New England Inn: The Walker Mini-Suite, Hampton Terrace

Posted on January 18, 2009 by Stan Rosen


After more than 60 years operating as an inn, Hampton Terrace’s guest rooms finally have names.   It is not that they needed names…Main House 5 was pretty descriptive…but we decided that this was an opportunity to help tell the history of the property in a colorful way.

William Walker Mini-Suite (prior to 1852)

Earliest recorded owner of this property, pre-dating 1852. Considering we are located on Walker Street, and that Lenox was quite rural in those days… could there be a connection?

This bright, cozy mini-suite consists of two side-by-side rooms and a bath. Encompassing the entire rear of the second floor, it has many windows but gives a sense of privacy. One bedroom has an heirloom iron bed with a down comforter and net canopy. Television/VCR. The other has a lovely iron day bed with down comforter. Both rooms display antiques and vintage fabric pillows and drapes. Original claw-foot tub with shower.  Air conditioning, iron and ironing board, hair dryer and bath amenity collection.

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Stan Rosen
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Stan and Susan Rosen have owned Hampton Terrace since 1999. He is the ultimate first-person authority on all aspects relating to the more
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