The ash wood from Windhorse Farm in the Westmount Room is a fine example of hand laid wide plank flooring used during and before the Victorian era of Ashlea House. Cherry wood plugs numbering over 1000 were used to secure the flooring.
We support local artists as much as we are able: the headboard in this room was made by local wood worker Al Wells. The art is all original, including a large piece by Scott MacLeod, a long-haul trucker turned artist and local B&B owner. The Westmount Room is a large room on the third floor with air conditioning, easy access to the third floor deck and the reading nook in the Widow's Walk. Above the stairwell leading to the second floor, enjoy the sculpted Puffins from "Froggie", the Spotted Frog, a favourite folk art gallery here in Lunenburg.