221 B Baker st is The Tibbetts House Sherlock Holmes themed room. It is the only room where the bathroom is separated, but still private. The bathroom is located at the top of the stair way when coming up to the rooms. It is the most spacious of the three bathrooms and features a lovely view of the back yard and a wonderful shower with great water pressure. The window has simple currents and although the bathroom features modern amenities it has a much older fell to it. Once outside the bathroom one only needs to go down the hall about 10 feet on the left to get to the 221B Baker St room.
Inside the room on the wall to the left is the only light for the room and the closet. On the right side of the closet hangs a shelf with old vials and an old clock. In the window cove across from the door sits a comfy pull out couch and an end table with Scientific America magazines from the 1880’s. On the wall above the end table and opposite the hanging shelf is the silhouette of Sherlock Holmes on the wall about two feet tall. The two windows behind the couch look out on the side yard with the two large pine tress.
There is a second cove in the room to the right of the silhouette and this is where the full size post bed is tucked away. Above the bed on the far wall is a sign that says “Shhh…I’m in my mind palace!” On the wall at the head of the bed is a steam puck style clock with gears showing neatly. Next to the left side of the bed is a very old chest of drawers that holds up an oval mirror. On top of the chest of drawers sits 3 small elephants, a tiny reading lamp, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, and some small candies for snacking.
221B Baker St is a favorite among many because it is a darker room so it provides for later sleeping. It also is a much calmer room because of the time period in which it is set. Most guests enjoy the room just because of the Sherlock Holmes look and feel.