Elbert Hubbard Suite

This large suite for two people is in the front of the house on the first floor.  It is uniquely painted in the deep earthly colors of the Arts and Crafts era.  It offers a bedroom with a Queen size bed, a kitchenette and cozy breakfast nook and a living room with a striking leather sofa. After a full day of walking the boards, pamper yourself in the Suite's opulent Jacuzzi Tub. 

$175/night without breakfast or $195/night with breakfast

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Sea Gypsy Bed and Breakfast Inn Elbert Hubbard Suite Bedroom

The Bedroom
Sea Gypsy Bed and Breakfast Inn Elbert Hubbard Suite Bathroom

The Bathroom

Sea Gypsy Bed and Breakfast Inn Elbert Hubbard Suite Bathroom

 

 

 

Sea Gypsy Bed and Breakfast Inn Elbert Hubbard Suite Living Room

The Living Room

 Sea Gypsy Bed and Breakfast Inn Elbert Hubbard Suite Living Room/ Kitchen
Sea Gypsy Bed and Breakfast Inn Elbert Hubbard Suite Living Room/ Kitchen  

Sea Gypsy Bed and Breakfast Inn Elbert Hubbard Suite Living Room/ Kitchen

The Kitchen


THE SEA
by Elbert Hubbard

The sea knows all things, for at night when the winds are asleep the stars confide to him their secrets. In his breast are stored away all the elements that go to make up the round world. Beneath his depths lie buried the sunken kingdoms of fable and legend, whose monarchs have long been lost in oblivion. He appropriates and makes his own all that is - dissolving the rocks that seek to stop his passage - forming, transforming, rearranging, never ceasing, tireless. Tireless ever, for he gets his rest in motion. With acute ear he listens along every coast and lies in wait for the spirit of the offshore wind. All rivers run to meet him, carrying tidings from afar, and ever the phosphorescent dust from other spheres glimmers on his surface. It is not to be wondered that men have worshiped the ocean, for in his depths they have seen mirrored the image of Eternity - of Infinity. Here they have seen the symbol of God's great plan of oneness with His creatures, for the sea is the union of all infinite particles, and it takes the whole to make the one. Men have fallen on their faces to worship the sea. Women have thrown him their children to appease his wrath. Savagely yet tenderly has he received the priceless treasure and hidden it away where none could recall. He has heard the dying groans of untold thousands, and drowned their cries for help with his own ceaseless roar; but still his ear has not failed to catch the whisperings of confession that have come from souls about to appear before their Maker. And yet how beautiful and kind is he in his apparent relentless cruelty, for he keeps only the transient part, and gently separates the immortal and wafts the spirit back to God who gave it. And what does the sea do with all these secrets, mysteries, and treasures? Go shrive thyself, and with soul all in tune to the harmonies of the Universe listen to the waves and they shall tell thee the secrets of life.  

Hubbard and his wife were lost in the Irish Sea with the Lusitania May 7, 1915  

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