Room 3

Room 3 tugs at our hearts (Dan and Kathy’s) for numerous reasons. It’s the biggest lodging room we have, by far, and that’s why we put in it two double beds, four night tables, large landscape art by Randy Larson, and four wall lamps. It’s the only room with three windows – one looking into the woods, another into the branches of a 75-year old black walnut, and the third at Brewery Creek and the stone buildings of Mineral Point. One of the windows is also an architectural marvel, only possible in a 200-year-old building (you’ll have to see it to believe it). Room 3 tugs at our hearts especially because in early 2012, after we purchased the Walker House, it was our first home. The House had no heat, no running water (23 busted pipes), and so we slept under two thick sleeping bags and kept a porta-potty by the bed. You could say we grew up in that room.

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This 14’ x 15’ corner room contains walnut wood flooring, two double beds, open dresser, free-standing towel rack, clock radio, chairs, walnut night tables (4), room darkening shades, and swing-arm wall lamps (4). At the Walker House, all lodging room night tables, picture frames, towel racks, and art rails are handcrafted on site, and the wood (maple, walnut, cherry, oak) is harvestedwithin a 30-50 mile radius. You can control your personal comfort with 3-speed overhead fan, A/C, or electric baseboard heat (screen panels also 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-4.

There are three shared bathrooms on the Third Floor.


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