The Whitman Room has opened. A suite – with separate bath, hallway, and outside patio seating area with beautiful views of the llamas. It’s our third room, joining the Walden and the Barbizon. It’s simple, with marquee furnishings. Treasures of the highest calibre adorn the Whitman, like the buttercream roses on a Sylvia Weinstock cake.
We’ve had a few guests already experience the room. With three windows facing the evening’s sunset, you can relax in bed and unwind after a busy day of site-seeing, before heading into Granville for a memorable dinner.
Tomorrow we’ll also be unveiling our llama viewing area. A raised deck, with adirondack chairs. A perfect location to enjoy a glass of wine and watch the barnyard antics. Tonight we stood with some friends for 20 minutes and just watched Bacon follow the alpaca around the yard. Snorting, smelling, and grunting up a storm. Like Charlotte’s Web, only without the Yoda-like spider. And our pig isn’t such a pushover. Bacon has confidence. He owns the barnyard.