Logan Cottage features architecture from the early 1900s –
Transom windows, tall ceilings, gingerbread trim and a wide, entrance hallway. It has a spacious front porch and a back patio – perfect for a family or two couples. And don’t forget to try out the doorbell while you’re here!
This charming cottage has two bedrooms and two baths, a living room with a queen sleeper sofa, dining room, kitchen, and laundry room, all on one floor. It also has two wood-burning fireplaces, one in the living room and the other in the dining room.
Amenities: Fully-furnished kitchen, Keurig coffee maker and coffee, Elmwood Inn tea, spring water, wireless internet, TV and DVD player with movies, books, games, washer and dryer, iron/ironing board, hair dryer, full-length bathrobes, luxury bedding and linens, firewood for the wood-burning fireplaces, and Plainview Farm bath products.
Logan Cottage is named after Benjamin Logan, a pioneer and colonel in the Revolutionary War. This area was named St. Asaph in 1775 by a group of surveyors – including Logan – and later became known as Stanford. Logan built a stockade known as Logan’s Fort on the land. The fort is currently being rebuilt near the original site, just a mile from downtown.