The Captain Farris House is an historic Greek Revival Sea Captain’s home, built in the 1840’s. It listed on the National Register of Historic Places under the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470 et seq.) or is designated as historic under State or local law (§ 36.405 Alterations: Historic preservation.) Consistent with the prevailing architectural norms, the inn has stairs outside and within the building and does not have an elevator. Certain features may provide complications for wheelchair access and may provide some restriction to certain guests depending on physical abilities. We will do our best to communicate accessibility specifics when details are requested so please do not hesitate to call and ask if clarification is needed.
- 4 steps provide access to the front porch where there is one step into the main foyer.
- 2 steps provide access to the back door, with one step into the inn
- Access to 5 rooms requires the use of stairs, the inn does not have an elevator.
- All rooms, except one, has a whirlpool tub with shower combination.
- There are railings in the bathrooms but these bathrooms may not be suitable for Guests with disabilities given the whirlpool tub.
- We have one room on the first floor of the inn that has a walk-in shower with railings that may be suitable for guests with some disabilities not requiring wheelchair access.