Indulge in romantic rooms and gourmet breakfasts at this gorgeous Italian renaissance mansion built in 1908.. The Scene This 16,000 square foot Italian Renaissance mansion was originally built for John Cotton, an attorney for John D. Rockefeller. With hand-carved wooden accents, stained glass and Italian marble, the opulence of that grand era shines through. Each morning, a candlelight breakfast is served, and there's a nightly wine and cheese service between 4pm and 6pm.
The Amenities Five out of the seven guest rooms are suites with whirlpool tubs for two. Each of the rooms are decorated in a different style with queen-sized beds, private baths, CD audio systems. Several rooms have gas or wood-burning fireplaces. The house is a smoke-free environment, and children under 18 are not allowed.