Equestrian Room Description
The Equestrian Room is an accessible second-floor room with city views. The tall ceiling and green diamond-patterned fabric walls with matching striped drapes hung on rods with arrow and plume keep with the hunt theme of this charming room. Arrow & plume sconces above the white marble fireplace and a crystal chandelier add elegance. The bedroom offers a queen-sized bed. The large bathroom with intricate cut marble Roman pattern in pastel shades features a double whirlpool tub and separate shower with built-in seat.
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 bred, sold and traded horses. A member of the Jockey Club, Carroll was the breeder of Marius, a noted chestnut racehorse that improved the bloodlines of Maryland horses. He rode horses every day of his life & even in his 80’s continued to ride his favorite stallion, stabled in the yard behind the Carroll Mansion, often riding to the City Spring at Calvert and Saratoga.