Fire. The main Inn burned to the ground a year ago and the pile of ashes remain. It is visible from every from almost every room and cottage. The stench of wet ashes permeates the grounds with every rain or snow melt! Any photographs taken have to be carefully planned, or Photoshopped, to avoid or remove remnants of the fire.
An elegant mountain setting for a honeymoon or special anniversary..
Mountains and woods surround this trio of buildings. They feature just 37 suites in The Mansion, Croquet Cottages and the Garden Pavilion, which are connected by lush gardens. A mountain brook winds along the front path, and forty adjacent wooded acres offer prime hiking. The setting is extraordinary.
The Mansion is a lovely Victorian that was built in 1889 for statesman Richmond Pearson. It features a porte-cochere with an antique lawyer's coach in place. The award-winning Gabrielle's restaurant is located on the first floor, along with the library and ballroom; the second and third floors are reserved for guest rooms. In the Pavilion you'll find nice touches such as soaking tubs beneath skylights. Cottage rooms offer extra privacy and are tastefully done in lots of white with dark wood accents. A lovely nine-foot waterfall flows between the rear of The Mansion and the Garden Pavilion.
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