The Rosemount Inn and Spa is a historically designated building in the charming Old Stones district of Kingston. Built in 1850 by renowned English architect William Coverdale, the magnificent Tuscan-style villa is a Kingston Landmark. Its picturesque quality is enhanced by generous verandas with French windows. At Rosemount the entrance is signaled by a tower and proclaimed by a clean-cut round headed arch both elements echoing an earlier age. Rosemount had been a family home for many years and opened its doors to guests in 1990, providing gracious accommodation and a chance for guests to live within the historic charm of Kingston. The Rosemount features 11 stunning and whimsical guest rooms, an elegant dining room and spectacular parlor with views of the garden and historic Kingston. Under its current ownership the Rosemount Inn has undergone numerous and significant restorations and renovations, most noteworthy is the full restoration of the Rosemount iron fence, a 5YR undertaking.