The Historic Lodge was built in 1892 as Senator Corbett’s vacation home. In the 1950s the second-floor Great Ballroom was converted into 4 separate suites, each with a private kitchen and bathroom and their own old-world charm.
A spacious and romantic one-bedroom apartment on the second floor of the Main Lodge. The kitchen overlooks the Meditation Garden with a dining nook. The main bed is privately nestled in an alcove with windows that view sunrise and sunset. The bedroom also houses a day bed, reading chairs, and antique rugs. This space has the most natural light. Art by Nancy Pryer.
A bright, cozy one-bedroom apartment on the second floor of the Main Lodge. The bedroom has white walls, hardwood floors, and a desk with a vintage typewriter. This space gets sunrise light through crystal prisms that fill the room with rainbows. The room is artfully decorated in a montage of red. Art by Nicki Kriara
A spacious one-bedroom apartment on the second floor of the Main Lodge. It is the only room with private access to a public balcony. The bedroom has an extra wide pull out leather couch and a large TV/VCR. With both west and south-facing views, this space is often filled with a pleasant, filtered light. Art by Nicky Kriara.
A roomy one-bedroom apartment on the second floor of the Main Lodge. This space is west-facing which boasts a beautiful view of the sunset. Access to the balcony is just outside the suite entry door. It overlooks the coastal forest. Art by Sid Deluca.