Carriage House - The French Manor

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.

Geneva Room

Located on the ground floor of the Carriage House Building, this lovely accommodation offers a Queen Bed with a pillow top mattress. Wonderful country furnishings and a newly renovated bathroom

The San Remo room in the French Manor Inn.

San Remo Room

Located on the second floor of the Carriage House Building, this room has a lovely Queen size pillow top bed and newly renovated bathroom with walk-in tiled shower. With its