My husband’s grandparents owned the now Edgewood Manor in the 1940s. He lived there with his parents and grandparents for several years when he was very young. He has vague memories of life there as well as a number of photos. My daughters and I decided it would be a great Christmas gift to book a room there for him and me. We stayed there two days after Christmas and what a treat. We spent a great deal of time exploring the inn and taking photos. Andy, the innkeeper, booked us in the Victorian Room which was lovely. Andy told us it was originally a master bedroom and we imagined that it was most likely my husband’s grandparents’ bedroom. The next morning Andy met us and gave us a personal tour of the inn explaining much of its history. My husband remembered that the third floor had a ballroom with a small orchestra pit. When the Catholic Church took ownership in 1950 it was turned converted to a convent and the ballroom became bedrooms. My husband shared old photos with Andy who was delighted to see them.
The original architecture was a special treat to see in all its glory and the antiques Andy has carefully chosen to furnish the inn are amazing. It is evident that this inn is a labor of love for him. Edgewood Manor is truly a magical step back in time. Would love to return.More
- Free Wifi
- Free parking