There are Three Rooms in the Manor available for Guests
In Victorian times, this was the master bedroom. The room is 16 feet square with high ceilings and features a lovely ornate iron fireplace, large window, impressive brass chandelier and a unique hiding place for your gold! There is also an operational servants bell; which sadly no longer summons the butler. Features include a large wardrobe, Victorian lady's dressing table with lighted mirror and other comfortable furnishing.
This elegant bedroom was always used to entertain houseguests. The room is 16 feet square with high ceilings and features a walk-in, cedar-lined closet, ornate iron fireplace and huge stained glass window. It is a comfortable, private, second-floor room at the front of the house. Features include comfortable furnishings, a large writing desk and close proximity to the Jacuzzi.
A special place maintained in memory of a much-loved brother who served in the Canadian Navy through his working life and traveled all over the world. Whenever Harry visited this was his haven. The room is ideal for the single traveler/explorer. Situated on the third floor of the house it has the whole area to itself. Lots of sunlight streams in through the south facing window and there are many mementos of a life spent on the sea and in foreign lands.