Weatherman slept just fine in that room upstairs. Weatherdude sleeps easily through blowing winds...in fact, I think they sing him to sleep like mermaids from the rocks.
The downstairs living room is semi-circular with windows to the ocean view. It sits up on a cliff above the shoreline. I believe it sits on the rock foundation. As I lay on the couch after E finally fell asleep on hers, I felt the room shudder from time to time in the gusts. Lying down and quiet, it was easy to feel. As a weatherdudette, it doesn't concern me particulary. The house is snug and wind is wind. It's not a hurricane or tornado, it's a storm. But it's a sensation worth noting, that even a snug house can shudder in a Nor'Easter.
The master bedroom is on the third floor, the old attic, a large single room with windows on all sides, especially out to the ocean side (northeast). It must have been a wild ride up there.