The Burgess Cottage

Named for the owner of the third portion of the house, which was built as the connection between the Marin House and the Burgess Cottage in the 1800′s, this first floor room offers an entry sitting area with two comfortable chairs overlooking the courtyard and an electric fireplace. Step up to the hardwood floors to your Queen Rococo bed and large marble top dresser. The bath is separated by French doors, and will spoil you with a romantic double corner Jacuzzi and separate shower.

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