In 1898, Charles Spofford, Director of the Northern Pacific Railway, commissioned architect E.K. Rossiter to build a Victorian Tudor mansion in Norfolk, CT, as a summer home for his family. This elegant mansion is now a relaxing getaway for guests from all over the world.
The Manor House’s stunning architectural details include a grand main staircase of native cherry wood leading to a landing with three Moorish arches and a bright dining room with exquisite Tiffany windows overlooking the gardens. The baronial library and great room with large wood burning fireplace provide a warm and cozy place to enjoy a glass of wine or read a book. Sitting on 5 acres on a quiet street, the Manor House offers a quiet respite in its beautiful sun room, gardens and private balconies.
Come relax in the luxury of a bygone era, and recharge in the natural beauty that surrounds our inn.