Thomas Duncan Room

Elizabethan style, ideal for important meetings or interviews.

The Thomas Duncan Room is Elizabethan with walls and floors paneled entirely in oak which was hand-crafted on the site and reflects a masculine decor. Portraits of Thomas Duncan and his wife, Sarah, hang in this room as well as a framed photograph of a landscape showing the birthplace of Thomas Duncan in Scotland. Furniture is primarily Romweber-Bates consisting of three upholstered chairs, sofa end tables and a coffee table. There are two Winthrop comb-back maple chairs, a solid oak carved hall table, two hand carved solid oak benches and a solid oak carved drop front English desk. Also this room contains a rosewood spinet desk, two small marble top tables, and two bronze table lamps 

The lighting consists of an elaborate ceiling fixture with two candle style lamps on the mantel. The fireplace is finished with limestone with elaborate cast iron andirons and tools. On the hall table is a large antique bowl and two elaborate alabaster candelabras. The linen drapes are of a floral pattern. An assortment of books and bronze accessories are displayed in this room. A tiled bathroom is accessed from this room. The Thomas Duncan Room will accommodate twenty to twenty-five persons. Food and drinks are not allowed in this room.


  • Basic Service: 2 hours $50

  • Additional Hours: $16/hour

  • Portraits of Thomas and Sarah Duncan

  • Carved oak paneling

Samantha LaBarbara