This room features hand-ragged walls, a queen iron bed with fluffy down comforter, and gas-flame corner fireplace, perfect for your vacation in The Berkshires.
Enjoy a new Widescreen HD television featuring hundreds of Time Warner channels.
Relax in a private bath with a 72" Jacuzzi whirlpool tub and feel all the stress leave your body.
*This room has air conditioning
Why it's called the Maud S Room
Each Carriage House room is named after a racehorse owned by the Bonners, who owned Hampton Terrace at the turn of the century. They were the most famous owners of racehorses in the country at that time.
Maud S. was one of Mr. Bonner’s racehorses who broke the world record seven times between 1880 and 1885, lowering it from 2:11 3/4 to 2:08 3/4. She retired with the record, which was subsequently lowered by Sunol, another Bonner horse.
In 1885 she was permanently retired as a road horse and died on March 17, 1901, her obituary appearing on the front page of the New York Times. She is buried in Tarrytown, NY, next to the immortal, Dexter.
“What wonderful innkeepers you are! Our visit at your Hampton Terrace last weekend was most delightful and the breakfasts were outstanding and most delicious. Thank you for your most courteous attention and I enjoyed hearing your stories, Stan. Do write them down for the children.”
Montgomery AL Symphony
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