Tour the Guest Rooms
Cafe Cimino Country Inn offers 10 luxurious rooms.
Upon booking your room, you also get 500 feet of uninterrupted access to the beautiful Elk River, an expansive wrap-around porch & countless outdoor spots to unwind.
The estate hosts 3 unique buildings with guest rooms:
The Brick Cottage
The Carriage House.
4 rooms ~ Lucia, Annabella, Silas, Logan
Built in 1898, the estate’s mansion features original mantels, stained glass windows, fireplaces and intricate woodwork throughout. All infrastructure has been upgraded to current code. The guest rooms are located on the second floor and named after a grandchild of the Inn's owners. When you book a room in the mansion, you have access to a spacious common area on the first floor with a coffee maker, board games and lots of seating options for reading, socializing or catching up on work.
The Julia Suite can sleep 3 guests easily with a queen bed in the master bedroom and a sleeper sofa chair in a cozy ante room. There is a door between these 2 rooms for privacy. This suite room is wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair or a walker; the bathroom is ADA friendly with pull bars at the toilet and in the shower. The shower also has a fold out seat to transition from a wheelchair into the shower if necessary.
The Brick Cottage
2 rooms ~ Julia Suite, Irma Louise Suite
Built in 1898, the Estate’s Cook House has been completely remodeled inside with all infrastructure upgraded to current code. These 2 guest rooms are named after the Innkeepers’ mothers and are the closest rooms to the river. When you book your room in The Brick Cottage you have a private balcony overlooking the lovely Elk River.
This private balcony provides ample seating options for reading, relaxing or catching up on work. Your room also has a mini-fridge and a coffee maker that uses K-cups.
The Irma Louise Suite can sleep 3 guests easily with a queen bed in the master bedroom and a fold-out futon sofa bed in a cozy ante room.
The Carriage House
4 rooms ~ Maggie May, Emma Rae, Miles, Benjamin
Built in 1898, the Estate’s Carriage House has been completely remodeled with all infrastructure upgraded to current code - 3 of the 4 guest rooms are named after a grandchild of the Inn's owners, and the Maggie May room honors a beloved family pet who was a mascot of the Inn for over 10 years.
When you book your room in the Carriage House you have a large private porch overlooking the estate’s grounds and the lovely Elk River.