Privately placed at the south wing of the Main Lodge, Morningside was originally the bedroom of the Rockefellers' two sons. Sunrise illuminates the paneled walls, flooding the room with champagne light. A beamed cathedral ceiling arches over the king bed (or two twins, if preferred).
Deep armchairs and an ottoman reside before the robust wood-burning stone fireplace. Attractive dressers are original to the guest room. Some windows face the lake, while others have a view down the wooded hillside.
The white and black tiled bathroom has a clawfoot tub and a walk-in double rain shower. Sunlit and charming, it has the feel of a sumptuous cottage in the woods.