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The Piper Room     Renovated 2018

When Mr. Piper introduced the Piper Cub in 1937, he had a dream that EVERYONE should be able to enjoy the freedom of flight. From then until now, Piper Aircraft has continued to keep that dream alive, building over 144,000 aircraft -- of which 90,000+ are still flying!

The Piper Cub was -- and, in many ways, still is -- the quintessential private airplane in the mind of many Americans. Developed in 1931 by the Taylor brothers, and refined during a Piper-sponsored redesign by 19-year-old Walter Jamouneau, the little yellow and black J-3 Cub remains near and dear to the hearts of pilots all over the world.

Designed as an affordable personal aircraft, the Cub almost instantly became the trainer of choice for flight instructors around the world. Over 80% of all pilots trained during World War II received their initial flight training in Cubs, and it was used in every branch of the military.

Even though Piper stopped building Cubs after the war, there are still thousands of them flying. It's successor, the all-metal Cherokee line, has been even more successful, with thousands flying, and Piper's Vero Beach, Florida factory still builds Cherokees out regularly.

Our pet friendly ($30/dog, per night, up to a maximum of $100 in any month) Piper room pays homage to the freedom of flight from start to finish. With two large queen beds, a mini-refrigerator, microwave, hair dryer and single-cup (Not K-cup) coffee maker, the Piper Room surrounds you in comfort, with artwork and memorabilia to match.

Your stay will include our signature "delivered-to-your-room" continental breakfast basket, made up of a variety of fresh bakery items, fruit-cup, granola, coffee or tea.

The Piper room is located directly across from the pool and grilling area. 

Note: This room adjoins with the Wright Brothers room. Reserve both, open the common inner door, and enjoy a giant 4-bed suite!

To specifically reserve the Piper Room, please call us at 361-416-1777.