Trappers, tucked into the hillside behind the Pub, feels like a cabin in the woods—a rustic, delightful, deeply comfortable room. Rough cut pine lines the walls, a fireplace of river stone stands opposite the sofa and pair of armchairs.
Birch trees form the posters of the king-size bed; a fox fur blanket is thrown across the sofa, a crimson carpet warms the floor. From the wide bank of mullioned windows, all that can be seen are woods and water.
Trappers has a dressing room and a wonderful bathroom, where a double soaking tub stands next to the shower, and a long slate vanity with double sinks.