Iroquois is a quiet, private and elegant room in the same building as the Great Hall. This room was originally the Rockefeller's daughter's bedroom. A hand-made, plush queen bed faces a fieldstone fireplace. The impressive giant stones were hefted from local fields a century ago. Wing chairs and reading lights flank the fire and enticing hardcovers line the bookshelves.
Beautiful leaded windows open eastward to the water. The white-tiled bathroom has a walk-in, waterfall shower.
Iroquois has a Dutch door to the outside that can lead down to the Boathouse or the front terrace.