From $100 to $180 a night

Queen-sized bed, memory foam mattress, marble-topped antique dressers, sitting area, Wall-to-wall carpeting, walk-in closet

The bathroom, with a deep bathtub suitable for soaking and a rainforest shower feature, is down the hall and is shared.

WiFi is available throughout the house.

This room is named for entrepreneur and inventor Perry W. Turner and his wife, Mary Houser Turner, who purchased Easter House from widow Delilah Brewer's heirs in 1938.

Turner was the founder of Turnerized Roofing Company, a patented weatherproofing system for roofs that involved metal, canvas and what the Ada Record, in a 1911 article called "a secret liquid preparation."  The company had offices in London and New Orleans.

The Ada plant suffered two major fires, one in 1911 and one in 1921.  

Mary was a singer from New York, "a musician of unusual ability," according to the 1921 Ada Record article about her engagement to Perry.