At a Glance
- the spa's hot tub is stunning
- high-end toiletries in bathrooms
- property is exquisitely maintained
- some room have quirky configurations
Modeled after a castle in Scotland, this supremely elegant 1902 manor house sits amid nearly 117 acres of manicured lawns and woodlands. Its lavishly decorated rooms in the main house have hand-carved four-poster beds, overstuffed chaise lounges, and Victorian bathrooms; rooms in the carriage house are well-appointed, but can't compete with the formal grandeur of the main house, though they are close to the spa and pool and are less expensive. The restaurant serves upscale country-house fare—no cream or heavy sauces, light on the butter—and a typical meal might feature Long Island duck breast with melon-basil salad, beef tenderloin with pea puree, and Key lime soufflé.
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