This renovated 1856 Victorian mansion, a gift from the Gilmor sisters more than sixty years ago, offers to guests eleven accessible, beautifully decorated bedrooms with private baths, as well as two parlors and two dining rooms. The house is ideal for personal sabbaticals, family gatherings, or small group meetings, and can be combined with the lodges to accommodate larger groups.
The House has a professional kitchen and large, formal dining room where we can prepare special meals for your event at your request. There are two dining rooms and two living areas, plus a sunroom and wrap-around porches for small group conversations and meetings. There is a television in one of the living areas, and a computer in the house for guest use, as well as wireless internet. The house also has an elevator and two rooms that are fully accessible for persons with disabilities.
The accommodations were comfortable, beautiful and inviting. They way exceeded our expectations and we could not have asked for more! - Marjorie, AAP Steering Committee Retreat