The Samuel "Cut" Stevens Suite

(1750)
Steven Suite (View from Loft)

On the second floor, with its view of Gloucester Harbor, is the Cut Stevens Suite. Located in the oldest part of the house, this suite is perfect for the adventuresome of spirit and the young at heart, with a king-sized bed and a spiral staircase that wends its way between ancient beams and weathered eaves to an extra sleeping loft with twin mattresses.

The William Friend Suite

(1823)

On the East side of the oldest part of the house,on the second floor, is the William Friend Suite. Like the "Cut" Stevens Suite to the West, its sleeping area (with queen four-poster) and breakfast area have a panoramic view of the harbor. The inner sitting room contains a sleigh trundle and the breakfast kitchen. All four walls are enhanced by a floor to ceiling mural of exotic reeds, by Jeff Weaver.

Off this inner room is the bath for the suite, as well as an extra bedroom (with twin trundles) called the Bordello Room. This room can be added to the suite when appropriate.

Friend Suite Bedroom

The Fitz J. Babson Suite

(1850)
Babson Suite (front room from side deck)

The Fitz J. Babson suite is located on the ground floor. From its front parlor, you can see the hubbub of the harbor and the famous statue of "The Man at the Wheel." Its sleeping chamber and morning kitchen make it perfect for a couple.

Additional rooms allow us to expand this suite to accomodate a family, adding twin trundle beds in one room, a full bed in another, and a bit of adventure in the doorways.