Point no Point Room

This room is large with a beautiful view of cherry blossoms in the spring and red roses at the window in the summer. This fully accessible room (ADA Compliant) has a king-size bed and a large accessible marble/granite bath. Swanendele Inn has an operational disabled lift providing easy access to the Point no Point room, the Inn’s wrap around decks and all main floor facilities. It also features a natural stone gas fireplace, ceiling fan, TV with Hulu, dressing room, and spacious marble/granite bath. Adjoining the room is a comfortable social area, TV, wet bar and a deck looking out over the gardens and St. Jerome’s Creek, a second, accessible deck faces west, surrounded by cherry blossoms in the spring, roses and other flowers in the summer and fall. The total Room is 320 square feet.

In recognition of the quality stay in this and adjoining suites and rooms, occupancy shall be limited to no more than THREE persons, independent of age.

Price per Night

$265 + $100 for extra guest of any age, plus applicable taxes

This room was named for the Point-no-Point, so named by Captain John Smith in 1609 and its famous Lighthouse. Many ships foundered in these waters, so in 1905, the lighthouse was constructed. With its octagon shape, Tudor style building, the lighthouse sits atop a 105 feet tall steel pipe with a 36-foot diameter and stands 52 feet above the water. The lighthouse is located two miles east, offshore from Swanendele Inn. On clear nights, the lighthouse can be seen from our east facing upper deck. It also marks a favorite spot for fishing. Bird feeders outside the Point-no-Point Room windows are a favorite stopping point for finches, hummingbirds, and other species. St. Jerome’s Creek is visible through the trees, except in the summer, when verdant foliage and abundant red roses limit the view.