Guest Rooms at Mt Ada
The Grand Suite is a one-room suite with an expansive private balcony overlooking Avalon Bay. The bedroom was Mr. Wrigley’s with a fireplace, queen size bed, large writing desk, full bath and overlooks the former ballpark. The second room was the living room shared by Mr. and Mrs. Wrigley with French doors leading to the balcony overlooking the bay and a connecting door to Mrs. Wrigley’s bedroom and sitting room.
The Queen’s Aviary was Mrs. Wrigley’s suite and has a charming sitting room overlooking the bay with a connecting door to the Grand Suite. The large sunny bedroom also looks out onto the bay and features a queen-sized bed, fireplace and full bathroom.
The Windsor Room was reserved for Wrigley’s special guests. The Prince of Wales, who later became the Duke of Windsor, was a guest in the 1920’s. Situated at the corner of the mansion, the room has a wrap-around view of both the bay and Pacific. The Windsor has a step-up queen bed, fireplace and full bath.
The Bethany Glen is a lovely, relaxing room with a queen-size bed, full bath, sitting area, fireplace and a semi-private balcony. Both the room and balcony have a beautiful view of the hillside, down to Lovers Cove and out to the ocean.
The Morning Glory is a charming room with a wall of windows and glass doors looking out to the lovely eucalyptus trees and the ocean beyond. It has a queen-size bed, a ¾ bath, a small sitting area and a semi-private balcony.
The Garden Porch is a classic old fashioned “sleeping porch” with windows that when open, disappear into the wall leaving two walls of lovely open windows looking out to the ocean and hillsides, welcoming the wonderful fresh ocean breeze into your room. The Garden Porch has a queen-size bed and full bath. A small private outdoor sitting area is adjacent to the room.