Rooms & Rates
While staying at the Silver Star B&B Inn, we invite you to relax in your guest-room or in our many public spaces.
It is our pleasure to provide warm hospitality, exceptional food, and comfortable beds, all in our log lodge cabin.
• Air conditioning • Private baths • Clock radio
• Full Hot breakfasts • Complimentary Snacks & Beverages
• Personal soaps, shampoo & body lotion • Reading materials
|Room #||Cost||Type Bed||Bath||Sleeps||Misc Info|
|1 Stieglitz||$167||Queen||Whirlpool/Shower||4||Pull-out sofa|
|2 Szarkowski||$149||Queen||Shower||3||Can add twin cot|
|3 Aperture||$159||Queen||Shower||4||Pull-out couch|
|4 Cameron||$149||Queen||Tub/shower||3||Can add twin cot|
|5 Brady||$149||2 Twins||Tub/shower||2|
|9 Eastman||$154||Queen||Tub/shower||2||Deck, wheelchair accessible|
|10 Magnum||$149||2 Full||Shower||6||Children & pets welcome
All prices are based on double occupancy. A $3.00 discount off the room rate is given for cash or check payment.
Alfred Stieglitz founded the Photo-Secession, a photographic organization, in 1902, which published a magazine, Camerawork, and in 1905 opened a photo gallery at 291 Fifth Avenue, NY. The Gallery, which was referred to as “291″ was designed by Edward Steichen and directed by Alfred Stieglitz. Many photographers, most notably Edward Steichen, Clarence and Alvin White, Gertrude Kasebier, John G. Bullock, and many others, joined the Photo-Secession and exhibited at “291.” For the next twelve years, photographs by its members vied with paintings and drawings by Matisse, Marin, Harlley, Renoir, Cezanne, Manet, Picasso, Braque, and O’Keefe.
Our largest room has a foyer entrance, whirlpoolbath/shower, sitting area, four poster mahogany queen bed, antique writing desk, vintage dressers, hard oak floors, and sofa pullout. Enjoy!
Nestle into your white shutter style bed covered by a Bob Timberlake comforter. Large bathroom w/shower.
There are many fine issues available for our guests to enjoy in the library and several are on display in The Aperture.
Sleep well in your Queen canopy style bed. This room also has a sofa pullout in case you are traveling with others and want to share a room and a large bathroom w/vanity and shower.
This room features a Queen bed, vintage oak art deco dresser and private bath with tub and shower.
It took great strength of purpose and disregard of danger to coop oneself up in a wagon which invited a marksman’s bullet, and prepare glass plates in the semi-darkness for cumbersome cameras like the 8×10 inch view camera. To slow to stop action, Brady and his men trained themselves to see and take grim still-lifes that reflected the action frozen in death.
Ginny Lind style twin beds, perfect for friends traveling together. Floral quilts, antique dress and private bath with tub and shower.
Roy Stryker inspired the photographers “to give their fraction of a second’s exposure to the integrity of the truth.”
Features include a Queen bed with patchwork quilt, antique oak chair, small dresser and private bath with shower.
Some of Weston’s followers and a newcomer, Ansel Adams, who later gave these artistic imperatives detailed, quantitative expression, formed “Group F/64″ to promote Weston’s vision of photography.
Relax in your room featuring a Queen bed and Queen Ann dresser with antique chair. Private bath features octagon window and shower.
Although Daguerre did not invent photography, he did make it work, made it popular, and made it his own. Within a year after its announcement in 1839, his name and his process were known in all parts of the world. Honors were showered on him and wealth and security was his. However, the name of Joseph Nicéphore Niepce was practically forgotten. Daguerre’s principle of development of mercury vapor was original, a workable process based undoubtedly on knowledge he gained from Niepce. Niepce, however, contributed nothing further to the invention after 1829.
Daguerre’s process could not be multiplied or printed in unlimited numbers, as positives can be from a single negative; the negative-positive principle of photography was the invention of Henry Fox Talbot. It was Talbot’s invention of a paper negative from which multiple prints could be made that became the foundation of modern photography.
This eclectic room features a Queen antique brass bed, a primitive style armoire and side table and a patchwork quilt. Private bath has shower.
Enjoy your private deck, oak flooring, queen bed and private bath with tub and shower. This room is wheelchair accessible.
Two full beds and sofa pullout (Sleeps 6) interior entrance & direct access to rear terrace, desk, shower, tile floor, and braided rugs, Children and pets welcome (please inquire)