Rooms at the Inn

Guest Room One

Cairo, Egypt theme

Co-owner Kent Beck lived in Egypt two different times for most of the 1980’s. First time, straight out of Goshen College, Kent lived in Tanta, a rural overgrown “village” (tallest building five floors!) of nearly a million people situated in the Nile Delta between Cairo and Mediterranean city of Alexandria.  Kent served as director of Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Egypt program, (a volunteer service & development agency of the Mennonite Church) comprised mostly of North American teachers and health professionals.

Kent traveled extensively within Egypt & the Middle East visiting MCC personnel and relating to schools, hospitals and programs supported by MCC.  Following graduate school (MS in International Education from Indiana University in Bloomington) and a semester of Mennonite seminary in Elkhart, Kent returned to Egypt and lived in Cairo in the area known as Heliopolis.

Ground floor access

This main floor room is the largest of all the guest rooms. The spacious bathroom has a large walk-in shower and a unique vanity sink.