Thorp House Inn & Cottages
Enjoy breakfast in the morning or a glass of wine in the afternoon on the Summer sitting porch.
The "Emma" also has a cozy reading nook and French doors that open to an opulent double whirlpool with skylight overhead.
The "Emma" room's reading nook - a sheltered spot to relax in Victorian style.
The "Jessie" room - high Victorian in every detail. Adjoining the bedroom through an arched entrance is the "dressing room" with double whirlpool. An ornate fireplace faces the bed.
The "Jessie" dressing room (as viewed from the "Jessie" bedroom) with its double whirlpool. The dressing room has an adjoining bathroom with shower.
The "Everil" room with its 16 ft.cathedral ceiling, double whirlpool,fireplace and balcony,is just the luxurious hideaway you've been searching for.
A private balcony off the "Everil" room provides a quiet and scenic getaway.
Serene shades of soft aquamarine and ivory lend a dreamy quality to this room. A hand-tied lace canopy covers a queen-size, four-poster bed. The furnishings are English scrubbed pine antiques. Windows are draped in creamy lace. A reading nook and glimpse of the harbor make this room a favorite of many guests.
The "Maria" room in serene shades of soft aquamarine and ivory has a reading nook and glimpse of the harbor.
The "Eliza" room is decorated in carved oak antiques from England and "rose chintz" wallcovering. Two wing chairs provide reading comfort.
Enjoy a relaxing breakfast at our farm table in the kitchen decorated in blue and white dishes.
The parlor offers a wood burning fireplace to enjoy during breakfast in the fall and winter and on cold evenings.
Enjoy a book from the extensive library.
Conveniently centered in the heart of Fish Creek village, just one block above Main Street. A dense forest and limestone bluff provide a natural backdrop for the property which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Inn was the inspiration for LaVyrle Spencer's bestseller "Bittersweet". The 5 Inn guest rooms are authentically detailed with antiques and documentary wall coverings. Our 6 cottages are decorated in country antiques - most with wood burning fireplaces and whirlpools. Upon arrival, guests may not want to get back into their car for days. The waterfront and beach are just a block away and Peninsula State Park...just another 2 blocks. The many attractions within Fish creek include: fine dining, boutiques, galleries, live theatres, Eagle Bluff Lighthouse and the Historic Noble House (both open for touring in summer). The Inn and its Cottages are open all year and host the first stop on the "Fish Creek Historic Inns Progressive Dinners" held on the first three weekends of December and also on the first weekend of January. Please see our website for more information.