Celebrate a romantic occasion in beautiful King room with a view. The colors of the sunset welcome you when you enter this elegant corner room. A high mattress king with white down comforter adds a plush touch. A beautiful fireplace, along with antiques and vintage fabrics complete the mood. From the front window, look down on historic Trinity Church. The bathroom features an antique claw-foot tub with shower. Television/VCR. CD player with romantic classical CDs. Air conditioning, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and bath amenity collection.
Your reservation confirmation includes a list of our recommended restaurants, as well as a list of activities and links to help you plan your stay. Rates do not including 11.7% tax | $25 for each extra person | 3-night minimum on weekends during July & August. 2-night minimum on weekends in October. No extra gratuity charges.
Why it’s called the Struthers Room
Main house rooms are named after former owners of this property. John and Virginia Bird Struthers bought this property in 1896 and built the current home in 1897, which they called "Wynnstay." Virginia's father, Thomas Jefferson Bird owned and captained the Universe, a New York to Liverpool ocean liner. John Struthers owned William Struthers & Company, a third generation marble and contracting business in Philadelphia, whose commissions included the United States Mint, George Washington's sarcophagus and most of Philadelphia's most important monuments, including The Merchant's Exchange, the Philadelphia Exchange, The Pennsylvania & Reading Railroad Building, and the Mechanic's Bank.
Praise for Hampton Terrace
..."It was the first of December, all covered in snow..." Those words from James Taylor will forever bring me back to your place and the wonderful, warm time spent there. We arrived in the Fall (Nov. 30), when I awoke the next morning from a very restful sleep and looked out my balcony window, I knew the beauty James sings about. Quiet, white, home...the Berkshires did seem dreamlike on account of that frosting! The entire stay from beginning to end was full of wonderful images enhanced by your family's warmth and hospitality. The ride back to New York City with Peter Reigert and Ylva Edlestein was dominated with talk about how we all felt we had just experienced a very special, magical few days, thanks in large part to your generosity. That is saying something coming from a bunch of jaded actors.
Ray Abruzzo, "Little Carmine," The Sopranos