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The Liccardi Room owes its intriguing ceiling lines to the Queen Anne's distinctive architecture. This room features a desk, chairs, dresser and table - all in popular Victorian walnut - along with a reproduction iron bed, but you may spend most of your time in the room's whirlpool.

The room takes it's name from a part of the Redstone's history that is not far behind, but with almost no trace of his presence. Francesco Liccardi, a local artist, was one of the first to own and operate the Inn as a bar during the 1970's.

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