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The Inn at Little Washington has 18 rooms and each one of them is different from the other. Rooms range from standard queen to a separate two-story cottage and are spread out over several buildings (eight of the guest rooms are located within the main house). The intermediate rooms have either a queen or king bed and a full bath stocked with Gilchrist & Soames bath amenities. One of our favorites is Room 3, thanks to its beautiful window seat and ornate ivy-covered wallpaper. The superior rooms have a great add-on: a private balcony. Our favorite, Room 7, has a balcony that looks out onto a koi garden. There are junior suites with fireplaces, bi-level suites, a couple of private cottages and a two-bedroom, two-story house with a veranda overlooking a private garden.
All rooms are designed in unique ways, but a quirky Victorian-meets-early-American vibe runs throughout the Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star inn. Expect lush layers of fabrics, traditional furniture (tufted sofas, wingback chairs), thick drapes and lively patterns.