Sprawling brown stone mansion at the end of a large expanse of green grass

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. 

Stone courtyard with large silo and fountain in the center

The Mews

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. 

Small off-white cottage surrounded by green grass

Management House

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.

Large stone cottage with two chimneys, brown shutters and green landscaping

Bernard Cottage

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.