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Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Wisteria Bed and Breakfast was originally built for Silas Gardiner, one of the city?s most prominent residents. Gardiner owned the city?s largest and most profitable sawmill, the Eastman-Gardiner Lumber Company. Today, his historic mansion is located a stone?s throw away from the Rogers-Green House as well as the state?s oldest museum.

Visitors of the Wisteria Bed & Breakfast would have three suites to choose from, with all suites decorated in elegant and plush period furnishing as well as being equipped with their own private baths and en suites. Each day at the inn will also start off with a lavishly prepared complementary Southern gourmet breakfast. Complementary wi-fi Internet is also available as one of the various in-room amenities and services. All rooms are non-smoking and guests also get to enjoy private parking in off-street lots. Guests may get to know each other at the inn?s Breakfast Room, which is made more welcoming by its French doors. After meals, guests can then enjoy a relaxing walk around the inn?s courtyard and fountain.
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