History and hospitality blend at the friendly Inn at Duck Creeke. Guest rooms are located in three separate buildings on the five-acre complex.
Rooms are decorated in two styles to preserve the warmth and antique charm. Some of the larger rooms and adjoining rooms are suitable for families and friends traveling together. All rooms have either ceiling fans or oscillating fans if not air-conditioned.
Continental Breakfast is served to our guests in the Morning Room with its open views of Duck Creek. Screened porches provide areas for reading or conversation. Care is given to your privacy and enjoyment during your stay. Our rooms are not equipped with telephones or televisions. WiFi hotspots are located in the Lobby and and at various spots on the property for your convenience. A representative sample of rooms is shown below.
~Differences in Room Styles~
Captains House has fourteen rooms on the First and Second Floors in the antique 1800s style with wallpaper, hardwood floors, area rugs, painted wood work and wainscoting, most with older claw-footed tubs with shower surround.
The four rooms on the Third Floor are air-conditioned because of being close to the roof. Families and groups of friends enjoy the third floor rooms because they are somewhat larger and some of the rooms can sleep more than two people. The style is rustic Cape Cod with exposed beamed ceilings. The walls are partly painted and partly rough-sawn wainscoting.
Carriage House is off to the side of the Captains House and has four rooms with private bath in a style more contemporary, that being from the last century. The style here is also somewhat rustic Cape Cod with exposed beamed ceilings on the second floor. Ceilings on the first floor are painted. The walls are partly painted and partly rough-sawn wainscoting. Click to view Carriage House rooms
Saltworks House is an early 1700s home with five smaller rooms. It sleeps ten people. It is small, charming and like going to Grandmother's Summer Cottage. The one room on the first floor has one queen bed and private bath. On the second floor three rooms each have one double bed and the fourth room has two twin beds. There are two baths to share with each other between each two-room setting. There is a small entry lobby and a larger inviting wicker seating Sunroom area to gather in with a small guest beverage fridge. This building is for the exclusive use of the ten guests staying there. Click to view Saltworks rooms