Each of the rooms at the Kingsley Inn is arranged with comfort and style in mind. The Victorian combined with the modern is done very tastefully. The colors and materials are chosen to complement one another.
Chief Wapello - Wapello was a Chief of the highest rank of the Fox Tribe and was an important American in Southeastern Iowa.
This room is located on the 3rd floor and offers a plush queen bed and a recessed window. This comfortable room with soothing colors is accented by a sink in the room with sconce lights on either side of the mirror. Unique antiques adorn the room including a treadle sewing machine table.
Keokuk - Keokuk was the chief of the Fox Indian tribe. He was known as an orator, graceful and skilled at communicating with his people. He attempted to cultivate friendly relations with the American people.
This room is located on the 3rd floor and offers a plush queen bed and a striking Victorian style carpet to accent the room. The furnishings are soothing and tasteful with beautiful window coverings.
Potowonok - Potowonok is an Indian word meaning "Lone Chimney". In 1812, after a year of attacks, an army of Indians made an attack on the Fort, and for several days kept up an incessant fire. When the soldiers retreated to the river, they set fire to the Fort. The Fort was reduced to rubble except for the Settler's Store chimney, which remained as a landmark for many years. A memorial was built in 1908 to commemorate this event and is located in front of the Sheaffer Pen Company.
Located on the 3rd floor, this room offers a plush queen bed and a sink with beautiful light sconces. A window shelf accents the tastefully decorated room.
Blackhawk - was the chief of the Sac Indians. At an early age, he distinguished himself as a warrior and was the chief responsible for the attack on Fort Madison in 1812. Ironically, he was the guest of honor at the 1838 4th of July celebration in Fort Madison. He attended Presbyterian services and gave what became his farewell speech. He died in October of that year.
This room is located on the 3rd floor and offers a plush queen bed and an in room sink. A recessed window and wainscoting make this delightful room unique.
Kalewequois - Kalewequois was an Indian Princess. Her mother was a member of the Sauk Tribe and her father was an early French Trader. Kalewequois was born in the village of Wosenack, which stood on the present site of Montrose. Just north of Montrose, alongside of the road, is a gravesite marked "Kalewequois 1837, princess of Sac and Fox Indian Tribe".
This spacious 3rd floor room has a striking curved wall. The comfortable queen bed, beautiful gold brocade wallpaper and tasteful décor provide a decadent experience. The Victorian style merged with modern amenities offers visitors a unique stay.