Tuesday, February 7, 2012
They often say that history repeats itself, however; with the changes happening at the Mews we beg to differ. Once known as the stables and home to poultry houses, the Mews, while still maintaining its historical significance is undergoing quite the transformation. The most exciting changes we are looking forward to are the edition of three, ultra-luxurious, premium suites; which will all feature four poster king size beds with high quality eco-friendly Serta mattresses.
The Louis Baker Suite, named for the Graylyn poultry manager who maintained the property for nineteen years will feature a wet-bar, a spa-inspired bathroom with a beautiful soaking tub, oversized "tortoise shell finish" porcelain tile floors, and a large specialty six-head shower, and comfortable sitting area.
The Eccles Everhart Suite, named for the original architect of the Mews, is the combination of two sleeping rooms. The perfect location for our Graylyn brides to pamper themselves on their big day, this two-story suite will feature a downstairs living space, wet bar, and full bath. A private staircase leads to the second story which features an oversized master bedroom complete with a second bath.
The Silo Suite, perhaps one of the most popular locations at the Mews, was designed by combining the two, upstairs and downstairs, “round rooms”. A private staircase has been added to give this suite a castle-esque stair tower feel. Guests will enter to the lower level living area that includes a full bath with walk-in shower, and enjoy their nights slumber in the “upper chamber” that features a king bed with ultra-fine linens, and a half-bath. A large window gives guests an amazing view of the Mews courtyard.
French inspired, with a touch of historical enchantment, these suites are sure to delight the indulgence of all the senses.