Guest Rooms at the Hood House
The Hood House is truly a place of comfort and relaxation. Each of our four guest rooms is named after a previous owner and features unique decor, designed with comfort in mind. Three of the guest rooms have a queen-size bed and one guest room has two twin-size beds. All rooms are non-smoking.
The four guest rooms share two bathrooms (a bath room and a toilet room situated between each set of two bedrooms). Because we value your privacy, we will never ask you to share a bathroom with guests you don’t know. Whole house bookings and groups will likely share bathrooms. Each situation is different, so please discuss your needs when you call to book. Please be aware, the stairs to the second floor are very steep and narrow. Whole house bookings may wish to use our Futon couch, which becomes a double bed, in our spare room on the first floor.
CANCELLATION POLICY: No Charge for Cancellations 24 hours (before 6pm) ahead. (3 days for the whole house). No Show's will be charged the full amount. Invalid billing information will void the reservation.
The Burrell room is named for colorful Dr. Adam Guthrie Burrell, who purchased the home for $1,000 in 1894, but left Saratoga after just one drama filled year.
Our most spacious room. Named for Mr. and Mrs. William E. Tilton, who left the historic One Bar Eleven ranch, and owned the Hood House from 1923-1934. Shares facilities with the Burell Room.
The Wilcox room is named for schoolteacher turned postmaster, Clara Wilcox, who married George Fryer in 1934. It shares facilities with the Fryer room.
The Fryer room is named for George and Clara Fryer, who owned the home from 1934-1980. It is joined to the Wilcox room through a small hallway. Two twin beds in the Fryer room make it and the Wilcox room together an ideal setup for friends on a budget, or families with children.
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