Howe is named for General William Howe, the Commander-in-Chief of the British Army during the Revolutionary War. The design of this quaint suite is welcoming, with a mahogany bed, bedside fireplace, and lounge chairs. The Howe is perfect for watching television, reading, or just relaxing while gazing at the surrounding foliage.
The Howe is a Standard King Suite located on the 2nd floor of the Inn at Erlowest, set at the top of the stairs. An elevator is located a short distance from this suite.
Guests will find a king bed, two end tables, two lounge chairs, a fireplace, a dresser, a small closet (with an iron, ironing board, and safe), a smoke detector (with visual and audio ads), a CO2 detector (with audio aid), a flat-screen cable television and DVD player, an in-room telephone, and a mini-fridge with a handled ice bucket.
The ensuite is small, with a jetted tub-shower combo (with small portable steps and portable shower seat available upon request), a small shelving unit, a toilet (with portable grab bars available upon request), a sink and mirror, and a garbage can inside.
The quaint size of the suite and ensuite may make for narrow room navigation.
Also provided for guests of the Howe 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.