The Delforge Place
The Delforge Place has been welcoming guests since 1985. And still, each day brings a new adventure, thanks to you -- our guests -- who've come from every corner of the world and represent so many unique personalities. Your suite inside The Delforge Place will be one of several inside an historic Victorian-style home, built as a one-room Sunday House in 1898 by German pioneer Ferdinand Koeppen. Originally situated on a tract of land near Barons Creek known as the "Company Garden," which was set aside as a communal garden by the German Emigration Company, it was moved to its present site and restored in 1975. Today, the home retains its unique character, with original wood floors, 12-foot ceilings, beaded board, and chandeliers. Especially striking are the windows and doors of beveled, stained, and etched glass -- all original and in excellent condition. There is privacy in this guesthouse and you are welcome to come and go as you please. Accommodations furnished with American and European pieces, The Delforge Place is accented with antiques and family heirlooms. Special features include a Belgian Dovre wood-burning stove and French doors leading to a shaded rock patio with seating and a Therapeutic Hot Tub. Guest rooms or suites offer a number of amenities, and are themed according to different historical periods.