Sir Walter Scott’s ‘Lady of the Lake’

“With notable touches representing poet/novelist, Sir Walter Scott’s life are apparent in this warm and inviting suite. Pen memoirs on the writing desk while warming yourself in front of the cobblestone fireplace or browse the works of Sir Walter Scott as you continue your relaxing, peaceful respite. A queen cherry bed awaits you in this rich jewel tone decorated room. The comfortable sitting room offers a sofa; which converts to a queen sofa bed, sitting area with a small table and two chairs, TV and a dorm sized refrigerator. Stay connected with high-speed internet. Your ensuite handicap accessible bath features a five foot tub/shower combination with whirlpool jets and handheld shower. A shower bench and wall mount hair dryer are available for your comfort and convenience,” – More Info on the “Rooms” page.

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, Sir Walter Scott followed his family’s tradition and went into law; his heart, however, was with history and literature. He became an instant bestseller with historical narrative poems like “The Lay of the Last Minstrel” and “The Lady of the Lake.” When the popularity of his poetry began to wane, Scott turned to writing historical novels, which were immensely successful. You can read the full story about him at

The only thing about this room that is modern is the TV and the internet access. Everything else is outdated which makes the room so much more interesting to learn about, and also exciting to stay in. Not only does the Inn have a 4.9 star ranking on Google, the reviews on this room alone are drawing in lots of positive attention.

One reviewer who stayed in this room said, “My fiance and I stayed here on a last minute shopping getaway. It was wonderful. We stayed in the lady of the lake Scott’s suite. The room was spacious with a cozy fireplace next to the bed. The decor was nice throughout the hotel. The breakfast was perfect: eggs, sausage, fruit, and wonderful stuffed french toast. It was the perfect size for a nice start to the morning. Great coffee as well. The inn has plenty of room options and if they are all as nice as ours it is well worth the price. The owners are very nice and not intrusive at all, as some b&b owners tend to be, so don’t let that scare you off. Skip the normal days inn or best western and stay here instead. You won’t be disappointed.”

This annex is so full of rich history. Behind every door is a room that is modeled in its own time, focused around a historical person or event. Walking into this house is like going back in time. For booking and information please give us a call or visit the Reservations link at the top of the page.