rooms & rates

Decorated in a manner to reflect the spirit of the 1900s, rooms include private bathrooms, custom soaps, televisions and DVD players. Rooms are named after famous sister acts from the Jazz Age – The Dolly Sisters, The Dodge Twins and the Lorraine Sisters. Tastefully decorated rooms include all the modern amenities you require for your home away from home.  Listed rates do not include 12% combined sales and Innkeepers taxes.

Two night minimum stay in the Dolly Twins and Lorraine Sisters rooms required on weekends.

the dolly twins


A deluxe suite that includes a spacious bedroom with a queen bed, private bathroom, a private sitting room and a TV with a DVD player. A daybed in the sitting room can be converted to a queen providing sleeping options for up to four. This suite is the perfect setting for a family get away, a girl’s weekend, or a couple wishing additional privacy.


The Dolly Twins were the celebrity darlings of the 1920s on both sides of the Atlantic. A pair of identical twins – these cabaret queens were more famous for their stunning good looks than their talent. Jenny and Rosie Dolly were the first people in the world who were famous simply for being famous.


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dodge sisters


Queen bed, TV/DVD, private bath and separate access to the expansive side balcony. The most economical of our rooms, guests in the Dodge Sisters rooms still have access to all the outstanding amenities 2 Sisters has to offer.


The Dodge Sisters, Beth and Betty, were known in Europe and America as ‘the two birds of Paradise’. They emerged seemingly out of nowhere in the mid-20s with an act were they sang, danced, dressed like birds and whistled.


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lorraine sisters


Spacious room honoring Paris in the 1920s.  Queen bed, twin-sized daybed, electric fireplace, seating area for enjoying coffee. Private bathroom, TV/DVD and separate access to the expansive side balcony. 


The Lorraine Sisters, Edna and Della were a glamorous vaudeville sister act who found fame in productions staged by the great George M. Cohan. The sisters were described as ‘tall, slim and attractive dark haired girls’, they gave ‘simultaneous whirls amid white feather and frills’ and their graceful and clever dancing introduced some of the best body bending, kicking, and twisting.


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