The Manor House
The Manor House meeting spaces all have a story of their own. From the spiral staircase that leads to the Main Conference Room to the private pre-function space that adjoins the Seminar Conference Room, formerly the porte-cochere and garage of this grand estate.
Originally designed as a working farm, the Gray family named this element of the estate the Mews. Today, the Mews is nothing less than magnificent with the cobblestone courtyard and the architecture features of a French cottage.
With its four meeting spaces, terrace courtyard and dedicated break area, the Management House is perfect if your meeting calls for a larger general session and several adjoining breakouts.
Bernard Cottage, the temporary residence of the Gray family during the construction of the Manor House, is now the ideal place for a private meeting or social reunion.