Carriage House Rooms at French Manor Inn
The Carriage House was constructed with the rest of The French Manor Inn in the 1930s but served much of its tenure as a storehouse for former owners Joseph Hirshhorn and later Samuel Henry Kress’ large art collections. In the 1990s, the Carriage House was remodeled into a guesthouse with two tastefully decorated rooms and two romantic suites.
The Carriage House Rooms are split between the first and second floors. The Geneva features a queen bed with country-style decorations, while the San Remo on the second floor harkens back to the Old World with inset windows and curved walls.
Both rooms offer the following amenities: Queen Beds, Luxurious Triple Sheeting with Down-Alternative Duvet, Air Conditioning, Walk-In Tiled Shower, Bath Robes, Free Local Phone Calls, Voice Mail, Hair Dryer, Iron/Ironing Board, Flat Panel Television, Cable TV, comfortable seating, desk, and a Complimentary Breakfast.
Regardless of which room you choose, you will enjoy the comfort and respite that the Carriage House is known for.