Named for Joseph E. Davis,
early pioneer and patriarchal brother to President Jefferson Davis.
The wealthy planter, who made Anchuca his last home, died here on
September 18, 1870, at the age of 87. With 12-foot ceilings, the bedroom
is furnished with period antiques and the windows and bed are lavishly
decorated. The suite includes a private dressing area, private bath
with shower and a tub, a coffee center, mini refrigerator, and a sitting
area with cable TV, HBO, VCR and DVD player. (queen-sized bed)
Twin room - This bedroom can be added to the Davis Suite for an additional
charge of $86.00 per night. Eliza’s room is named in memory
of the Wilson’s three-year-old daughter who died in 1864. This
room is an extension of the Davis suite and is accessed through a
private connection. This bedroom shares the Davis suite bath and
is only available to guests that are occupying the Davis Suite. (two
Named for Victor and Jane Wilson, who purchased the mansion in 1840, the suite provides a sense of what the words Masterís Suite are all about. Richly printed red and brown wool carpeting, elaborate gold drapery and bedding adorn the room with period furniture and a comfortable seating area finishing out the space. Guests are provided a mini refrigerator, coffee center, cable TV, VCR, DVD player, and Gilchrist & Soames bath amenities. The bath features marble floors, double vanities, soaking tub, and walk-in shower. (queen-sized bed)
This upper level room overlooks Anchuca's courtyard and is located in the house's original servant's quarters built in 1842. The bedroom contains a king-size bed, flat screen cable television, seating area, coffee service, mini refrigerator, and a full bath with a walk-in tiled shower.
This upper level room overlooks Anchuca's courtyard and is located in the house's original servant's quarters built in 1842. The bedroom contains a queen-size bed, flat screen cable television, coffee service, mini refrigerator, and a full bath with a walk-in tiled shower.