Carroll Suite Description
The Inn’s largest and most luxurious suite, the Carroll Suite, is located on the second floor. Satin amber brown walls with ivory trim create a decadent ambiance with tall ceilings and natural light from four skylights. Damask ivory and tan drapes highlight windows overlooking both the courtyard and city. The master bedroom boasts a four-poster king bed with canopy and chaise lounge and the sitting room with apricot marble fireplace, daybed and chandelier offers a charming spot to unwind. The spacious bathroom with Kashmir white and red mosaic granite features a large double whirlpool tub and separate shower.
The Carroll Suite is a popular choice for wedding night and honeymoon accommodations and special occasion getaways.
The name of each of the Carrollton Inn’s thirteen rooms and suites was inspired by a facet of the life of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the original owner of the neighboring Carroll Mansion. Charles Carroll of Carrollton married his cousin, Molly Darnall in 1768. Of the seven children, three survived past childhood. Mary Carroll married Richard Caton. Their winter home next door was shared with CCC. Carroll’s son, also named Charles Carroll, married Harriet Chew of Philadelphia. Their house, Homewood, is now part of the Johns Hopkins campus. The youngest daughter, Kitty, married Robert Goodloe Harper, a noted lawyer and Major-General in the War of 1812.