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Charles Champlin Suite

This adorable movie critic and writer themed suite is the original library reading area with fireplace, cozy bedroom with TV, large ensuite bathroom, overlooking formal gardens, landscaped grounds, and gorgeous century old Gingko tree.

From $195 to $275 per night.

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Charles Champlin

The Grandson of Jules Masson, Charles graduated from Harvard, went to work for Time Life Magazines; published books, and he became a highly acclaimed movie critic for the LA Times. In 1992 Charles became an Honorary Life Member of “The Directors Guild of America”. In 1996 Charles Champlin garnered a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
 

His brother Monsignor Joseph Champlin became a famous writer for the Syracuse Press of religious books for the Catholic Dioceses, and books on counseling and inspiration that can be purchased through Amazon.
 

This is the original Library of the home. “Charles stated, from his book, “Back There Where the Past Was“,” To this day, if I were to design a home office from scratch, I would make it as much like Uncle Victor’s study as I could”.
 

This adorable movie critic and writer themed suite is the original library reading area with fireplace, cozy bedroom with TV, large en suite bathroom , overlooking formal gardens, landscaped grounds, and gorgeous century old Gingko tree.
 


 

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