Amerscot House Inn

The Gardner Room

Situated on the 1st (ground) floor, this room has a King Bed. The room looks out onto the garden on two sides, has a decorative fireplace, antique furniture, two comfortable armchairs for relaxation, as well as a flat-screen HDTV/DVD player with DirecTV HD service, K-Cup coffee and hot beverage maker, and a small closet. The spacious, private bathroom has a tub/ shower.

  • Beds & Bedding
    • Extremely Comfortable King-Size Bed with plush-top Mattress
    • Pure Goose-Down Duvet and Pillows (alternatives available)
    • 700-Count, Hand-Ironed, Cotton Sheets and Linens
    • Child Rollaway Bed and Crib available
  • Room Features
    • Individual Heating Controls
    • Air Conditioner Unit (summer months)
    • Decorative 18th Century Fireplace
    • 18th Century Pine Floor
    • Antique Furniture
    • Original Artwork
    • Foldaway Table for Working
    • Two Comfortable Wing Armchairs
    • Iron & Board
    • Complimentary Bottled Water Daily
    • K-Cup Coffee and Hot Beverage maker
    • Welcome Chocolates
    • Selection of Quality up-to-date Magazines
    • Fresh Flowers
    • Complimentary Laundry Bag
  • Bathroom
    • Combination Tub/Shower
    • Plentiful, Oversized (62"x32"), Fluffy Towels
    • Soft, Plush Robes
    • Gilchrist & Soames Luxury Toiletries (soaps, shampoo, conditioner, body lotion, sewing kit, shower cap)
    • Amenity Holder (with emery board, cotton buds, cotton pads etc.)
    • Hair Dryer
    • Shaving/Make-Up Mirror
    • Full Length Mirror
  • Entertainment/Communication
    • Flat-Screen HD TV with integral DVD Player
    • DirecTV with over 100 HD channels including HBO & most Premium Movie and Sport Channels at no charge
    • Extensive DVD Library in Guests' Sitting Room
    • AM/FM Clock Radio with iPod Dock
    • Free WiFi

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The Gardner Room is named after Henry Gardner who represented Stow in 1774 when towns of the Massachusetts Province defied the British Crown and paid taxes to a Provincial Tax Collector rather than the Royal Tax Collector.