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McNeill Stone Mansion B&B
1282 C Ave E
Oskaloosa, IA 52577
USA
Phone: +1--6416734348
Cellular: +1--6419903520
Cellular: +1--6419903521

Gary and Virginia Walker

"Old Car" Language, English

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McNeill Suite - This grand room has a king size canopy bed draped in gold and ivory giving it an elegant feeling.  The down pillows and high count Egyptian cotton sheets will have you feeling so comfortable, you'll want to sleep in.  Adjoining this room was once a "sleeping porch" and it has been converted to a luxurious two-person whirlpool tub room.  The adjoining bathroom has a full private bath with shower.Royal Red room - This spacious room showcases an antique (1850's) 9' tall Walnut queen size bed and matching 8' dresser with gold and raspberry bed linens and drapery that will have you feeling like royalty.  The down pillows and high count Egytian cotton sheets may have you wanting to stay for a week. Wait until you see the beautiful private bath with the large original platform tub and pedestal sink.  Lie back in the tub and let that stress float away. On the other side of the room is a window benth where you can curl up with a great book.
As you walk through the door, you’ll be transported back in time to a slower, more elegant era, a time when there was beautiful woodwork throughout the house.  That beautiful woodwork on the massive fireplace mantel and crown moulding in living room is Mexican Tabasco mahogany, said to be mined out of the Gulf of Mexico in the late 1800's - early 1900's.  The construction of the McNeill Stone Mansion was started in 1908 and took over a year to finish.  It had every known convenience at the time and included a central vacuum system.If you like exotic wood and unusual architecture, you’ll want to stay in this room.  With a flair for the Far East, the beautiful Birds Eye Maple woodwork with gray stain will draw you in.  Upon entering the room, you will see the Tiffany-styled copper hood over the fireplace.  The large china tub and sink are original to the home and has a shower.  From the bench under the window, you can enjoy the very large old Magnolia tree when it blooms or lie back on the fainting couch and enjoy the fireplace or a book.  The 1920's bedroom outfit is queen size.