We stayed in the Toves, but our hosts were gracious about allowing us to look in the vacant rooms after checkout time. The Mome Rath is the other Jacuzzi tubbed room at the inn; it is on the 2nd floor and has a modest view of the ocean. The Mome Rath room has a more spacious and elegant air than the Toves, which has a "cozy" feel.
On the third floor of the Jabberwock, there are two garret rooms plus a small parlor named the Mimsy and the Wabe. At $140 and $115 per night, respectively, these rooms are a steal! They share a bathroom with shower, which is adjacent to the parlor, but would be perfect for companions in need of separate beds who are traveling together. The parlor lets Mimsy and Wabe's guests spend private time together without invading each other's bedrooms. These rooms are less spacious than the others at the inn, but no less comfy-looking and no less decorated and attended. Even having stayed in Toves already, I would book the Mimsy and Wabe if traveling with friends and not feel deprived or that I was missing out on the best experience of the inn. These rooms are available for separate booking if you don't mind a shared bath. Cleverly, this bathroom has what looks to be a vintage "vacant/occupied" knob so that there will be no anxiety about surprising another guest with a knock.