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With a private exterior entrance separated from our other guest rooms, the likes of Hemmingway and Shakespeare would term this room “the perfect hideway”.
With your choice of a king bed or configured as one or two twin beds, your cozy and secluded retreat, accessible through a covered, semi-private porch, is festooned with a charming turn-of-the-century dresser, flat screen TV and matching chairs.
Finished in black, grey and neutral tones, and accented with artifacts of Annapolis history, you will find this room to be a true gem. As with all of our guest rooms, it features a full, en suite bath.
It is also approved as our only pet friendly companion(s) room, with a 40 lb. weight limit. Should you decide to bring Fido with you, there will be an additional pet fee that is contained in the Pet Friendly rate.
From the room, or on the porch build for two, there is a lovely view of our gardens and birdbath.
- King Bed — OR — Single Twin — OR — 2 Twins
- Private, en-suite Bathroom
- Hardwood Floors
- Custom Window Treatment
- Maximum occupancy, 2
- Pet Friendly! (some restrictions apply)
- Nighttime Reading Lamp
- Central Air
- First Floor Room (with 3 Steps)
Our room takes it’s name from a 24.23m ( a.k.a. 79′) luxury yacht, custom built by John Trumpy & Sons, here in Annapolis (Eastport). She was delivered in 1955 under the name Rumak III.
Rumak III had at least five owners after William “Mac” McKelvy. At one point this fine yacht was abandoned in a Florida river, and actually had a tree growing through the topsides. A former owner saved her, and subsequent buyers continued the healing. More restoration down south brought the boat, under the names Wind Song II and Osceola, to seaworthy shape. Finally the boat came to Maine, for the ultimate refit at the Hinckley yard in Southwest Harbor, where she was renamed Annabelle.
Her top speed is 12.0kn and her power comes from two 350.0hp General Motors 8V71N diesel engines.