Built in the 1860s, The Manor House combines historic ambience with modern amenities. It is ideal for larger guest groups seeking privacy and personal connection, with immediate access to all that Cedar Creek offers. Manor House features five spacious and finely decorated guestrooms, as well as a kitchen, dining room and multiple living spaces. The Manor House also has satellite television and complimentary WiFi. (Maximum Occupancy : 18 guests)
Cedar Lodge is the centerpiece of the Cedar Creek property featuring 30 comfortable guestrooms, a recreation room, billiards room, exercise room, guest office center, and multiple meeting and conference rooms.
The spacious Cedar Lodge rooms are available with a king-size bed, a room with two full-size beds, or a single full-size bed, and all include a desk, comfortable sitting chair, & private bathroom
2 Story Cottage: (For 4 people, 6 max) The upper-level of this charming 2-story suite includes a bedroom, featuring two queen-size beds, and bathroom, while the downstairs offers a living room with wet bar and mini-fridge, second bathroom, and private screened-in porch downstairs.
Single Story Cottage: (For 2 people, 3 max) This charming 1-bedroom (king-size bed) suite includes a wet bar with mini-fridge and private screened-in porch overlooking the rolling hills.
Gate House 1 features two beautiful guestrooms, a living room, screened-in porch and wet bar. Gate House 2 is a great romantic cottage featuring a large, spacious suite, king-size bed, and clawfoot tub, it is perfect for newlyweds and others. Gate House 3 is a private suite that includes one Queen bed, private bathroom, mini bar with fridge, private screened-in porch.
Completed in the 19th century, this inviting cottage has three guest rooms, two full baths, and main level great room, perfect for groups and families. Full kitchen includes stove, microwave, refrigerator & dishwasher. Little Lodge’s screened porch and adjacent shade garden are ideal locations for peaceful relaxation. (Maximum Occupancy : 9 guests)
The charming, Rock House, is the most historic building on Cedar Creek’s property. It is believed to have been built in the early 1800’s by the family of the first recorded purchaser, French settler Baptiste Douchette. It features a rustic décor with a common living space and two spacious guestrooms.