When you stay at The Old Dam Inn you have exclusive use of several acres of land and 3,200 square feet of living space, with eight bedrooms and four and one-half bathrooms. The kitchen is well prepared for large groups, with two refrigerators, two stoves (ten burners, two ovens and two broilers) and two dishwashers.
There are three bedrooms on the main floor, including one with a full private bath (Newt's Nook). There is also a shared full bath adjacent to the other two bedrooms (Sunrise and Sunset) and the kitchen. The main floor has a formal dining room and living room, as well as a large three season porch adjoining the living room and a covered deck off the dining room.
The second floor has five bedrooms and three baths, two of which are in private suites (The Crow's Nest and Raptor's Roost). The third bath can be shared or used as a private bath if the Lava Lounge and Inner Sanctum bedrooms are used with the Whitetail Point and Raptor's Roost bedrooms as two suites. Altogether, the Inn can very comfortably accommodate 20 overnight guests - our maximum overnight capacity is 25 guests.
The kitchen, garage and four of the bedrooms (Newt's Nook, Raptor's Roost, The Crow's nest and Lava Lounge) have televisions with Netflix and other internet based programming (not antenna/broadcast or cable TV). High speed wireless internet service is complimentary throughout the house and grounds.
Heating & Cooling: Central air conditioning was installed in May of 2018. The Inn uses a large tankless hot water heater to provide endless hot water for all five bathrooms and the kitchen. This water heater also feeds a hot water "forced air" central furnace to heat the entire house, even in the coldest of months. Six of the eight bedrooms have ceiling fans and there are two ceiling fans in the kitchen. At least six other portable fans are available.
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