The spacious guestrooms feature private spa like bathrooms, fireplaces, king, queen or twin beds, freshly pressed 1000 TC linens,  Matelasse coverlets,  contoured comfort gel pillows, and many other luxury amenities.


Conrad’s Haven               

The current Clevedale homestead was built for Conrad Pierce Cleveland Sr. and his bride Louise in 1913. Conrad’s Haven is decorated in grey and purple hues and accommodates all who are differently abled. It features a king size bed with sitting area; ensuite bath with separate shower, claw footsoaking tub, his and her vanities; flat screen TV with cable; and private porch. Check Availability

The Westmoreland Bridal Suite

The Westmoreland Bridal Suite is named for General William Westmoreland, a friend and schoolmate of Conrad Jr. The suite is decorated in soft shades of white,gold,  blue, and green and features an opulent luxurious king size bed, ensuite bath with an airjet tub, sitting area, and flat screen television. Check Availability

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Conrad’s niece, Elisabeth, who became the caretaker of the property following his death, utilized this trunk room for storing all of her art supplies for painting.  Look through the eyes of Elisabeth in the watercolor displayed. Although quaint, this suite is perfect for a young person traveling with parents or a girlfriend weekend. This is the only room without an ensuite bath but makes a bold statement in its muted blue tones, opulent three quarter bed, and sitting area with flat screen television.  Check Availability

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Ohana Suite

Ohana in Hawaiian culture means family and family means “no one is left behind or forgotten.” This queen suite is a reminder of a favorite vacation spot as well as the philosophy by which the Abernathys are guided. Bold colors, views of the rear tropical garden from the roof top porch, a gas fireplace, and ensuite bath set this suite apart from the others. Check Availability

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The Wren

The Wren is big on style and versatile as it features twin accommodations which quickly can be converted into a king suite. Named for the official bird of South Carolina, the Wren also has special significance as it is the name of the architect Sir Christopher Wren, of the chapel on the campus of the innkeeper’s alma mater, Westminster College in Fulton Missouri. It features an ensuite bath, gas fireplace, and roof top porch access overlooking the side gardens.  Check Availability

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