This charming room was named for a man that was both scientist and spy, Thaddeus Lowe. He used the hot air balloon during the Civil War for intelligence-gathering. Hired by Lincoln in 1861, Lowe and his crew made more than 3,000 flights. Lowe had designed a generator that produced the necessary hydrogen gas on the battlefield. This mobility was unprecedented.

Come dream of floating over the country in a hot air balloon, just like the Civil War spy from whom this room takes its name. The Thaddeus Lowe features twin beds that can be converted into a Kennedy king. Large walk-in shower in the en suite bathroom. Located on the ground floor for extra convenience. Amenities include a hair dryer, iron and ironing board.

$150/night plus 10% tax. 2 Night Minimum on Weekends
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Ellen Showell
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Thaddeus Lowe
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