The Manor House, our 3-bedroom original farm house, features a spiral staircase with a grand view of our beautiful lake through a two-story picture window. Built in 1823 as a log cabin, the Manor House, steeped in history, was used in 1864 as a field hospital in the battle of Trevilian Station – the largest all-calvary battle of the Civil War. With antiques on display in every room, down to the old wood-burning kitchen stove, the Manor House delivers a sensory experience with modern amenities.
Refurbished chinked log walls show at two levels of the house. The house was renovated in 1996 to provide a modern kitchen, a bathroom, and a third bedroom with bunk beds. The two bedrooms upstairs contain a king and a queen bed. Behind the Manor House is an 8-room bathhouse to serve not only campers but also guests of the Manor House.
The Manor House sleeps up to 8 happy campers with:
Our Manor House has most everything you need for a fun-filled stay at Small Country! We’ve stocked the kitchen with basic kitchen utensils (cups, plates, silverware, etc.), dish soap, one sponge, one trash bag, and one roll of paper towels for your stay with us. Your bathroom will have one roll of toilet paper in it for your convenience. Outside of the Manor House, you’ll find a picnic table and a fire ring!
YOU WILL NEED TO BRING all of your linens (towels, sheets, blankets, pillows, etc.). You might want to bring along a roll of paper towels and any specialty cookware, and if you’re a coffee drinker– we do have a coffee pot in the cabin, but be sure to bring coffee filters and coffee!
The Manor House is available to rent on a weekly basis. Pets are not welcome in the Manor House.