Rochambeau Suite


The Rochambeau Suite is named in honor of the Count de Rochambeau who marched his troops through Havre de Grace en route to Yorktown, Virginia from Brandywine near Philadelphia in 1781. A plaza dedicated to the Count lies only a block away on Green Street towards the waterfront. The French Provincial mahogany furniture (circa 1920) was acquired predominantly from an estate in Catonsville,Maryland. The television/ VCR cabinet is an old refinished Philco TV cabinet, while the desk is a walnut library table, circa 1880. The lamps are Italian Capodimonte-styled. The painting over the faux fireplace is a copy of "Full Cry" by Philip Reinagle (1749-1833, English). Three windows overlook Union Avenue and provide plenty of sunlight. A beautiful Strauss crystal chandelier hangs from a hand painted ceiling medallion in the center of the room. The partial testered bed is currently a double. The spacious bedroom even has a dresser, chest of drawers, and small sitting area. The private bath for this suite is located slightly into the hall (meaning one must leave the bedroom to go to the bath). We provide terry bathrobes for all of our guests. The bath is quite expansive with tub and shower enclosure and is completed in a beautiful magnolia wallpaper with majolica accessories. Both the bath and bedroom as all of our suites have privacy locks and/or deadbolts. Rochambeau Suite rental fee is $ 148.

Rochambeau Suite

Weekends with breakfast $148

Weekends/weekdays without breakfast $128

Photograph by Rob Otis - Havre de Grace, MD

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