Good morning! Wake after a deep and refreshing sleep in this east-facing room with morning light. The attached covered porch has two comfortable chairs and is just for you. Located on the first floor, Keewayden has a wicker headboard. The antique mantel came from a Bar Harbor estate and is a magnificent addition to this large room.
Apparently of interest to New York City residents, the New York Times reported on July 20, 1901, that Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner Sherman gave a dinner for Countess Lagagrene at Keewayden. Other guests included George B. Dorr, Charles T. How, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Coles, and Mr. and Mrs. J. Pierrepont Edwards.