With its garden-themed design, the Erlowest feels like spring. Named for the town of Westerlo, where original owner Edward Morse Shepard’s parents lived, this king suite’s sitting area doubles as a study space—perfect for reading by the fire, alongside an alcove that can be used for writing. The Erlowest also features a romantic four-poster bed. The bath is also exquisite, with its 2-person jacuzzi tub, separate walk-in shower, and chandelier.
The Erlowest Suite is a Deluxe King Suite, located on the 2nd floor of the Inn at Erlowest. Guests may enter the suite by taking the stairs or the elevator, but navigating a hallway is necessary to access the room. Entryway spacing may be limited, as the Erlowest’s door is right beside the door to the Jogues Suite.
A spacious ensuite is located off the left of the entryway’s narrow hallway, and features a single-stall, walk-in shower (with a portable shower seat available upon request), a 2-person jacuzzi (with small portable steps available upon request), an armchair, a sink-vanity combination, a toilet (with portable grab bars available upon request), and garbage can.
At the end of the short hallway is the Erlowest’s king bed and sitting area, featuring a loveseat, arm chair, a coffee table, a flat-screen cable television and DVD player, an in-room telephone, a fireplace, a smoke detector (with visual and audio aids), a CO2 detector (with audio aid), a small closet (with an iron, ironing board, and safe), a small desk space, and a mini-fridge with a handled ice bucket.
Also provided for guests of the Erlowest Suite are complimentary splits of Prosecco upon check-in, one reserved parking space, wifi connectivity, and a farm-fresh breakfast each morning of their stay.