Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the Inn was built by John D. Hedges for his bride, the village belle and beauty, Caroline Isabella Homan. As a gesture and proof of his love, he built her a large boarding house and set his newly wedded wife to work running it. In a short time, Mrs. Hedges’ Inn became famous for its warm hospitality, and magnificent breakfasts.


We feature 13 newly renovated guest rooms, each one with en-suite bathrooms. Each is unique offering flexibility with fine accommodation. Cozy and charming, our sun-filled rooms offer every comfort with an airy and restorative atmosphere.

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