The Audubon Room, a distinctive ground floor guest accommodation

Named for the American ornithologist, naturalist and painter, John Audubon, The Audubon Room is as connected to our feathered friends as he was. Prints of native birds adorn the walls of this sunny ground floor guest room with private bath, antique sleigh bed, dresser, handcrafted laurel oak chairs, individually controlled heat and A/C, ceiling fans, a walk-in closet and a gourmet breakfast for two!

John James Audubon 1826

John James Audubon 1826

Large windows offer a view of the azalea garden and an ancient apple tree where guests are entertained by Chickadees, Carolina Wrens and Tufted Titmice. The Audubon Room also features a private entrance that offers easy entry from the parking lot as well as access through the inn – an advantage for guests who may have difficulties negotiating stairs.

While each of the luxurious accommodations at The Oaks Bed and Breakfast has its own unique personality and charm, The Audubon Room could possibly be the most distinctive guest accommodation at The Oaks!