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CAPTAIN JAMES WALKUP SUITE 1 night for $189.00
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This inviting attic suite with its spacious sleeping quarters and fireside seating is ideal for romantic get-a-ways. Many call it the "honeymoon suite." These quarters feature exposed original overhead beams, and offer spectacular views of Kilburnie's surroundings.

The luxurious bathroom features a pedestal sink, a large hydro therapy whirlpool bath, and an enclosed shower.
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ROBERT MILLS/PALLADIO ROOM 1 night for $169.00
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The furnishings include a comfortable four-poster king-size rice bed, a circa 1840 chest of drawers, a gas log fireplace flanked by comfortable wing chairs, and heart-pine mantle.


This room also contains a writing alcove with a nineteenth century writing table and window view of the woodlands surrounding Kilburnie.


The spacious and luxurious bathroom has a large hydro therapy whirlpool bath, and enclosed shower separated by a pocket door for privacy.

Guests lodging in this room have direct access via French doors to comfortable rocking chairs on the private back porch, overlooking the back garden and woodlands.

The old prints in this room are all architectural, and include many of Palladio's villas in northern Italy, as well as English dwellings of the 18th century built in the Palladian style. A marble bust of President Thomas Jefferson is a reminder that his Monticello and University of Virginia creations were drawn from the Palladian mold. On the mantle you'll find a piece of art glass made by Dale Chihuli.



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ANN BEARD CRAWFORD ROOM 1 night for $169.00
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This room is dedicated to Kilburnie's second owner, who purchased the home in 1834, added a second story and piazza, and probably gave it its name, after the ancestral home of the Crawfords in Scotland. Ann Beard Crawford was the widow of John Crawford of the Waxhaws, a cousin of Andrew Jackson. The Crawford family was prominent in Lancaster's history, producing Revolutionary and Civil War heroes, and several country physician.

The furnishings include a circa 1840 chest of drawers, two inviting wing chairs set in front of the gas log fireplace; a heart-pine mantle original to the house, a mid-19th century blanket chest, and a comfortable four-poster king size rice bed. The room contains a collection of original prints and engravings depicting Revolutionary, Civil War, and 19th century domestic scenes. Of particular note are the etchings and drawings of famous women of the Revolution. The painting on glass in the bathroom is Italian. The spacious and luxurious bathroom has a large whirlpool bath, and enclosed shower separated by a pocket door for privacy.

Guests in the Crawford room have direct access via French doors to comfortable rocking chairs on the private back porch, which overlooks the back garden and woods surrounding the house. Steps from the back porch lead to the surrounding woods. Guests are encouraged to explore the woodland paths meandering across branches and springs among native flora and fauna.
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GOVERNOR WILLIAM RICHARDSON DAVIE ROOM 1 night for $169.00
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Furnishings include a comfortable four-poster queen-size rice bed, a circa 1840 chest of drawers, a cherry wood armoire, and two cozy fireside wing chairs.
The gas-log fireplace has the original carved mantle and the floors throughout this suite are the original heart-pine.

The spacious and luxurious bathroom has two pedestal sinks, a large hydro therapy whirlpool bath, an enclosed shower, and a gas log fireplace with the original heart-pine mantle.

The collection of rare old prints in this room depict Revolutionary War scenes, including two unusual colored etchings of the massacre by British Colonel Tarleton of local partisan troops at Buford battleground, maps of the battle of Camden, and a Courier and Ives print of the announcement of the surrender of Cornwallis. Guests lodging in this room have easy access to the comfortable rocking chairs on the second story front porch, which has a grand view overlooking the bucolic Craig Farm and historic Craig House.


This room is dedicated to Governor William Richardson Davie, who grew up in the Waxhaws just a few miles from Kilburnie. General Davie played a leading role in the nearby Revolutionary War battles that led to Cornwallis's loss of the Carolinas and retreat to Yorktown, VA. Davie became governor of North Carolina, founded the University of North Carolina, and was U.S. Minister to France after Jefferson. He is buried at Old Waxhaw Presbyterian Church cemetery.
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PRESIDENT ANDREW JACKSON ROOM 1 night for $169.00
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The room has a comfortable four-poster queen-size rice bed, two gas-log fireplaces with original mantles - one in the bedroom (where the mantle is finely carved), and the other in the large bathroom. Furnishings include a circa 1840 chest of drawers, a cherry wood armoire, and two cozy fireside wing chairs.

The luxurious bathroom is equipped with two pedestal sinks, a large hydro therapy whirlpool bath, and an enclosed shower. The wood floors of this suite are the original heart-pine of the early 19th century.

This room is dedicated to President Andrew Jackson, who was born about 10 miles north, and whose father is buried in nearby Old Waxhaw Presbyterian Church cemetery, which also has a statue of Andrew's mother Elizabeth Hutchison, who died and was buried in Charleston. Several families in the area, including the Craig's, are descendents of Andrew Jackson's aunts, and thus this room is also known as "Cousin Andy's". Jackson's birthday in March is celebrated annually at nearby Andrew Jackson State Park. A portrait of the seventh President is by famed Jim Shore, a local artist.



The room features a large collection of old Jackson prints and etchings, including a rare colored print of his wife Rachel.

Guests have easy access to the comfortable rocking chairs on the second story front porch which overlooks the pastoral setting of Craig Farm and historic Craig House.
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