The Moses Eaton Room is named for Moses Eaton Jr., who is one of the best documented stencilers of New England.
The room is located on the third floor, once the ballroom used for dinner parties and dancing for groups of thirty.
This room overlooks the front patio and the entrance to the Inn. The room hosts two queen beds featuring handcrafted headboard, as well as a daybed that pulls out to two single beds for larger families. In the bathroom there is a claw foot bathtub and a separate shower.
The room comfortably sleeps six, and has a private bath, seasonal heat and A/C, and wireless internet.