The Tracy Room
1 King Bed with En Suite Bathroom
Named for the original resident of this home, Charles L. Tracy, and his wife, Eliza Frances Holcomb Tracy, the room once served as the master bedroom of this roomy home. It features a King Bed, chair for relaxing or reading by the window, and a desk for business or other work. The En-Suite Bathroom features a double vanity, mirror sized for its location above the double vanity, tile loors and a walk-in glass shower
The Bradford Room
1 Queen Bed with Shared Bathroom (down the hall)
Being in Bradford County, what better name could there be for a bedroom. In October 1812 the county was separated from ycoming County and renamed for William Bradford, who had been a
chief justice of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court and United States Attorney General. The room features a King Bed, chair for eading and relaxing, and shares the bathroom down the hall.
The Sullivan Room
1 King Bed with Shared Bathroom (adjoined)
Bradford County’s neighbor to the south and the boyhood home county to one of the Bed and Breakfast’s owners, this bedroom is named for Sullivan County Pennsylvania. Also, separated from Lycoming County, Sullivan County was created in March 1847 and named for Charles C. Sullivan, leader of the Pennsylvania Senate at the time and instrumental in establishing the county. The room features a Queen Bed and shares the adjoining bathroom with the Bradford Room, just down the hall.
Interior and Exterior
The Tracy Room…
The Bradford Room and shared bathroom…
The Sullivan Room and shared bathroom…