We proudly announce the opening of the newest room at The Speckled Hen Inn Bed and Breakfast. The “Madison Lakes Room” is complete and ready to accept guests. Bookings are being accepted as of June 26, 2010.
The Madison Lakes Room is on the lower level of the Inn and has its own private entrance.
This has been a fun project to design and construct. We did the majority of the work ourselves over the winter.
The room has a more contemporary feel than the other four guest rooms in the Inn. Upon walking in through double French doors off the lower deck, the bedroom is sunken 12” below the tiled entry foyer/breakfast area. The King-sized bed is recessed slightly into one wall. There is a separate seating area with two swivel chairs. The room also has a gas fireplace with a 37” HDTV/DirecTV above the mantle, viewable from the bed and the seating area. The fireplace is nestled between a built-in bookcase and seating/luggage bench. The room is decorated with textured fabrics in shades of chocolate brown, bronze and pear green with a few sunset colors as accents.
There is also a wet bar and freezer/refrigerator in the room. For business travelers, there is a desk area built into the wall next to the fireplace. Free wireless internet access is provided. Breakfast will be served in the dining room of the Inn, or if you prefer, in the room at your private dining table.
The room also features an attached private spa-like bathroom. The Spa Room is elevated 6” above the main room. The shower is 4×6 feet in size with an all glass front. There is a two person bench built into the shower where you can enjoy a normal wall shower, an overhead rain shower and last but not least, a steam shower! The room also features a 2-person champagne-bubble air-jet tub. The Spa Room is fully tiled giving it a warm, luxurious feeling. There is an all glass vessel sink next to the tub bench, matching the glass tile insert in the wall tile pattern. There is a separate enclosed toilet room.
The art work in the room depicts scenes of Madison from the Lakes, and hence, the “Madison Lakes” room-name.
Soon there will be a small outdoor courtyard for guests of the Madison Lakes Room to enjoy and we hope to have pictures available very soon.