Charmed by character and history? You’ll love our Wyndhurst Mansion rooms and suites, all named for writers, artists, and creatives from this culturally significant period. Each is recently renovated for our guests’ comfort—with reverence and respect for the storied building and for John Sloane’s original vision.
Wyndhurst Mansion is a great choice for golfers who want easy access to our historic golf course.
The second-floor Vanderbilt Suite features a Juliette balcony overlooking the Great Lawn and golf course and a separate living area featuring a dining table and comfortable lounge furniture. The suite includes a spacious guestroom with a king bed and sitting area. Enjoy a recently renovated bathroom with a walk-in glass shower and dual sink vanity.
This suite is named for the Dutch-American Vanderbilt family, who gained prominence during the Gilded Age. Their success began with the shipping and railroad empires of Cornelius Vanderbilt; the family eventually expanded into other areas of industry and philanthropy.
Stay in comfort in this second-floor suite, which offers a spacious, naturally lit bedroom with two queen beds, a separate living area with a comfortable couch and armchair, a large bathroom, and a white marble fireplace. The suite’s stunning stained-glass window reveals views of the Great Lawn, Rose Terrace, and wishing well.
Namesake Frederick Law Olmsted is widely considered to be the father of landscape architecture in America. He is famous for co-designing many well-known urban parks, including New York’s Central Park. Other notable projects? The property that is now Miraval Berkshires.
This second-floor suite includes a king bed, a sitting area with a decorative fireplace, and a newly renovated bathroom with a walk-in glass shower and marble tile.
Herman Melville was an American novelist, short story writer, and poet of the American Renaissance period. He is best known for his sea novels, including his most notable masterpiece, Moby Dick.
This second-floor suite contains a bedroom with a king bed and a separate living area. Enjoy a recently renovated bathroom with marble tiles and glass walk-in shower, and a decorative fireplace. This suite is named for Norman Rockwell, a painter and illustrator whose works continue to have broad popular appeal for their reflection of American culture.
Named for American essayist, poet, and philosopher Henry David Thoreau, this suite includes a guest room with a King bed, a separate living area with comfortable seating, a decorative fireplace with elegant tile and carved mantle, and a recently renovated bathroom featuring a marble tile and a glass walk-in shower.
With a golden-tiled decorative fireplace and charming, diminutive windows, this cozy third-floor room features two queen beds, comfortable armchairs, sloped ceilings, and a spacious, newly updated bathroom.
This room’s namesake is Ralph Waldo Emerson, an American essayist, lecturer, philosopher, and poet who led the Transcendentalist movement in the mid-19th century.
Rest well in this historic third-floor room, which features one king bed, a decorative fireplace, a sitting area with sloped ceilings, and a recently updated marble bathroom.
This room’s name comes from Massachusetts native Nathaniel Hawthorne, who wrote the American classic, The Scarlet Letter, and other novels and short stories.
Come home to this second-floor room with one king bed and turn-of-the-century décor, including a decorative fireplace, a renovated bathroom with marble tiles, and a walk-in glass shower.
This room’s name refers not to its temperature but to celebrated American poet Robert Frost, whose Pulitzer Prize-winning poetry touched on numerous New England locales, identities, and themes.
This second-floor room offers a spacious, naturally lit bedroom with one king bed, as well as a separate living area with comfortable seating, a decorative fireplace, and a large marble bathroom with a walk-in glass shower and arched stained-glass windows.
Edith Wharton, for whom this room was named, was an American novelist, short story writer, and designer. Drawing upon her knowledge as an insider in upper-class New York society, she was able to portray life in the Gilded Age realistically. In 1921, she became the first woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for her novel The Age of Innocence.
This spacious third-floor room features one king bed and an elevated soaking tub with a shower head in the bathroom.
The room’s name was inspired by Massachusetts’ own Emily Dickinson, who was little-known in her lifetime but is now considered one of the most important figures in American poetry.
Amenities included in all accommodations
- Tibetan singing bowl & meditation cushion
- Zents Bath Collection
- Single-cup coffee maker
- Complimentary high-speed wifi
- In-room meditation channels
- Plush cotton robes & slippers
- Mini-refrigerator with Soma water carafe
- Miraval’s signature cloud-like down bedding
- DryBar hair dryer
- Iron & ironing board
- 65” LCD TV
- In-room safe