Decorated in smooth cream colors that blend well with the floral design of the wallpaper, the
Dorothy Parker Room represents a more feminine style within the guesthouse. Pine
and wicker furniture, a large gilded mirror and the only bath tub in the main house make this
room a tasteful accommodation.
Dorothy Parker was a short story writer, poet, critic, and screenwriter and was a legendary figure
in the New York literary scene. She worked as a critic for "Vanity Fair" and had many sketches and
short stories published in the "New Yorker". Parker was also a key member of the Algonquin Round
Table, a group of New York literary types, where she often displayed her infamous cruel humor and