The Library Bed

The Library

Set off of the foyer, The Library Room was the original library in the mansion. Barons of politics and industry met here to discuss the day’s events before influencing the local, state and national discourse on any number of topics. Carnegies, Rockefellers, senators, and congressmen all met within these walls. This room is now a gracious, small guest room as quiet as it was in its days as a library, despite its convenient location at the front of the house. The closet still contains some of the orangewood cabinetry constructed from wood harvested from the family’s orange groves on Fairbanks Avenue in Orlando. The 43-inch TV adds a modern touch to this tranquil room.

Rate: $275

Room 1: The Library

Maximum occupancy: 2


  • 1st floor
  • Queen bed
  • Decorative carved soapstone fireplace

Bathroom: Walk-in shower


  • 43” flat panel TV
  • Hair dryer
  • Coffee maker
  • Iron

1800’s Use: Library