203 Hayward - Click here for Rates and Availability
This second-floor room in our bed and breakfast in Burlington was named for one of the original neighbors in the Hill Section of Burlington.
The Hayward room’s signature piece of furniture is the black pencil post queen bed (with no footboard). At the foot of the bed sits an antique trunk. Above the headboard, a framed depiction of Italian-styled cherubs is mounted on the wall. There are matching antique burled oak armoire and chest of drawers.
An overstuffed, chaise longue and wing back chair offer guests quiet and comfortable ways to relax or read. The Hayward room departs from the warm palette of the main house’s guest bedrooms. It is painted a cool and calming blue color scheme. The gold, velvet curtains offer a warm-color accent.
The Hayward room has three, very large windows and is located at the back of the house.
Leading into the adjoining, private bathroom with shower is an original pocket door, discovered and restored during the 2000 inn renovation.