The Thomas Jackson Room is located in the oldest section of the Inn which dates to around 1804. Very large and elegantly furnished the room was once a formal parlor. Furnished with a queen size cannonball bed, the sitting area has two large wing back chairs for reading or relaxing, a faux marble fireplace complements this exceptional room. A private ground level entrance leads to a private porch and the gardens. Amenities include cable TV, DVD and Wi-Fi.
Our Jackson Room is named for the brilliant eccentric General Stonewall Jackson, who having captured Harpers Ferry, enabled Lee to make a stand at Sharpsburg.