Named for the cabbage roses on the
exquisite hand-painted furniture, this cozy yet spacious room nestles
under the eaves. It features a slanted ceiling stenciled with American
folk art patterns, Dresden Plate quilts, wide pine board floors, and a
beautiful view of the Green Mountains. The room has two twin
beds that can also be made up as one king-size
bed and just across the hall, a private bath with shower.
A bright, sunny
room with a queen-size brass bed, wide pine board floors, and a beautiful
view of the Green Mountains, this room is named for the builder and original
owner of the farmhouse that is now the Millbrook Inn. The private bath
has a bathtub and shower.
The Waterfall Room
This room takes its name from the beautiful
Waterfall queen-size bed and matching
dresser. Another "under-the-eaves" room with a slanted ceiling
and wide pine board floors, it features warm deep rose and burgundy and has stencil trim around the
doors and window.
The private bath has a bathtub and shower.
This is one of our most elegant rooms,
named for the Double Wedding Ring quilt that adorns the antique
rock maple queen-size bed. A colonial pineapple stencil frames the dormer window. The Bentwood rocker and
lovely country pine antique furniture make this spacious room with its large closet truly special.
The private bath has a bathtub and shower and its own dormer window. The Wedding Ring Room is not
a pet-friendly room.
Named for the founder of the Inn, this
spacious and luxurious room has two windows that provide sun and cross-ventilation,
and an antique oak queen-size bed as
comfortable as it is beautiful. There is a large closet and lovely private
bath that contains a bathtub and shower. A rocking chair completes the
comfort; a room in which to relax. The Henry Perkins Room is not a pet-friendly room.
This room offers views of the Green
Mountains on one side and our gorgeous
backyard maple trees on the other. Inside, the beautiful antique
queen sized bed with its shell-shaped inlaid headboard and matching
mirror are complemented by stenciling combining a vine and berry motif
with a tulip border. The private bath contains a bathtub and shower.
Our only guest room on the first floor
is large and airy, with an antique maple king bed that separates into two
extra-long twins, an antique beech dresser, and a lovely
The willow tree stencil, for which this room is named, adorns the walls,
along with a floor-to-ceiling built-in-bookcase. The bookcase contains
Henry Perkins' "hidey-hole"- find it if you can. The private bath contains