New bed and breakfast at Dennison Depot takes guests back to 1920s

The Dennison Railroad Depot Museum was held on Wednesday for the open house for its new Pullman Bed & Breakfast.

DENNISON – Starting next year, visitors to the Dennison Railroad Depot Museum can experience what it was like to spend the night in a 1920s Pullman sleeper.

Then the new Pullman Bed & Breakfast opens to customers.

Depot officials held the open house on Wednesday to showcase the project, which cost nearly $ 1 million.

The bed and breakfast will have three suites and two compartments that are bedrooms only, said Depot Executive Director Wendy Zucal. It could potentially sleep up to 16 adults at a time.

“But it’s not like staying in a typical hotel,” she remarked. “It’s a specific experience, smaller compartments, smaller beds. It is what it used to be This is from the 1920’s but I think they’ll have a really fun time experiencing and immersing what it was like to ride a Pullman in the 20’s. “

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