The Manor House began its life in the first part of the 20th century as a grain storage barn on what was then a diary farm. Toward the end of that century, it was converted to residential use with the addition of a massive stone thermal core incorporating a fireplace on the living room side and a forced-air furnace to heat the whole house. The originial flooring is yellow pine and many of the heavy oak posts and beams remain exposed.
Upstairs are two bedrooms and a full bath. The west bedroom has a balcony. There is one bedroom and a half bath on the main level as well as a large living room, separate dining room and a full kitchen. Entrance is through the east-facing sunroom. Off the west side of the living room there is a deck for grilling and outdoor sitting. Living room is meeting space for approx. 20 people.
Each bedroom has a queen bed. There are two folding single beds as well as two inflatable queen beds for extra overnight guests. There are sheets, blankets and comforters as well as bath towels, hand towels and washcloths. The kitchen is fully equipped or catering can be made available.