Room 2

Dan and I have slept in Room 2, and we like it for lots of reasons: 6 framed art pieces by photographer Randy Larson, the room’s large size (it feels like a studio apartment), one window looking into the woods, and the other window overlooking the patio and flower garden. The room also opens to the exit door and a deck where we could relax outside and “catch” some wildlife throughout the day. This is the only room with a south window, and so it’s bright, filled with sunlight until late afternoon. About the king bed – guests Tom and Anne told us that it was like sleeping on a cloud; we don’t disagree, but the bed was too darn big for us. We felt like we needed a megaphone to talk to each other.

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This popular 11’ x 16’ corner room contains walnut wood flooring, king bed, open dresser, free-standing towel rack, clock radio, chairs, night tables, writing desk, blackout shades, and swing-arm wall lamps. At the Walker House, all lodging room desks, picture frames, towel racks, and art rails are handcrafted on site, and the wood (maple, walnut, cherry, oak) is harvested within a 30-50 mile radius. You can control your personal comfort with a 3-speed overhead fan, A/C, or electric baseboard heat (screen panels available for windows).  You will feel right at home with amenities like extra blankets, night light, and room journal to record your thoughts. You can share your experiences with loved ones via complimentary Wifi throughout the Walker House.

Maximum occupancy-2.

There are three shared bathrooms on the Third Floor.


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