Amenities in Our Accommodations

We do like to pamper our guests and help restore them to their most glamorous selves. Each room in our hotel is supplied with high-quality and luxury amenities.We offer a variety of complimentary gourmet breakfasts in picnic boxes which are delivered every morning between 8:30 and 9:00 to your room or cottage. Should you wish to have a personalized breakfast such as a gluten-free, dairy-free, vegan or vegetarian, we will be delighted to offer one for your pre-order with a modest charge of $15 per breakfast.

Inn Amenities

  • Enhanced internet connection anywhere on our property
  • Complimentary Breakfast Delivered to your accommodation
  • Makeup mirror
  • Hairdryer
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Luxury beds and bedding
  • Gilchrist & Soames soaps
  • Soft bath towels and waffle robes
  • Hypoallergenic pillows and bedding are available upon request

Gourmet Breakfasts in a Picnic Basket

To the delight of our guests our complimentary gourmet breakfasts are delivered to your accommodation each morning between 8:30 and 9:00. The menu changes daily; but the menu is fixed and what is served is the choice of our morning Chef. With advance notice, we welcome special requests from our guests such as gluten free, dairy free… We will do our best to fulfill them. There will be a $15.00 charge per breakfast for any menu change inclusive of special dietary requests; a request for breakfast outside of our delivery window; a request for china and glassware; and any other special service request. After all, it is complimentary, it is gourmet, and it is delivered without a “room service” charge. Once delivered to your accommodation, we do wish to point out that the picnic nature of our delivery enables our guests to choose most anywhere on our property to enjoy their breakfast.

Examples of our complimentary breakfasts are:

  • Vidalia Onion Quiche, rosemary fennel potatoes, fresh fruit selection and cranberry juice.
  • Egg Souffle, ham and cheese croissant with orange marmalade, brandied poached pears, freshly squeezed orange juice.
  • Bananas Foster French Toast with maple syrup, cherrywood smoked bacon and freshly squeezed orange juice.

“A top flight country inn …flush with a playful elegance equal parts Martha Stewart and Grandma’s attic.” – National Geographic Traveler

We are the only hotel in the Mid Atlantic, and possibly beyond, which offers a uniquely romantic experience – a garden bath for all our adult guests to enjoy. The garden bath is a unique amenity that starts with a small, winding path that leads to the most wonderful of outdoor showers, complete with a claw foot tub and sink in a totally private setting. The elaborate showering apparatus came by way of The Breakers in Palm Beach, circa 1942.

“There are few ills that being shampooed by moonlight can’t cure” – National Geographic Traveler – commenting on an evening experience in our outdoor garden bath

The fenced garden bath at our hotel is tucked away among verdant shrubs to provide thorough seclusion. The very meandering of the serpentine brick walk slows the pace and sets the first tone of relaxation. The air is filled with the sweet smell of colorful chameleon plant (Houttuynia) and lavender. There’s even a moon garden which is in peak bloom and fragrance in the evening, just in time for late night picnics and assignations.

Have you ever taken a bath outside with trees, birdsong and bay breezes – it will prove to be one of your most incredible experiences of your life – Sia Alexander,

“Musing upon the words “we’re on this earth about a minute and a half, and I want joy. I want to feel good about our collective lot in life. Such thoughts are hard to resist as my wife and I soak in warm suds in a claw-foot outdoor bathtub, which is part of Hope and Glory’s open-air shower, cloistered by an eight foot fence and a huddle of old maples. We stare at a sweet crescent moon and listen to Ella Fitzgerald tunes that drift from the main house. The hideaway is about the size of a couple of tool sheds, with retro sinks, antique mirrors and a 1950s era shower that sports a head the size of a hubcap. Divine accents include candles, strings of white lights draped across the fences and the whiff of honeysuckle. Bathing under the stars is primal, a reminder to our bodies that they are, in fact, cousins of the chickweeds that climb from underneath the tub (okay, distant cousins). Just when I’m about to quote Whitman, I notice two yellow rubber ducks standing guard on a shelf to our left. Unblinking with painted grins, they’re begging to dive into our party. Only those without Hope and Glory could say no.” – Michael McCarthy, Travel Writer