TRAVELER REVIEWS: On June 1, 2016, Tim Rougeau became the new property manager for the Manor. We wanted to make sure that the traveler reviews prior to that date are still on this website: Elspeth said... Perfect house for our group May 17, 2016-5 Star rating Diane S. said...Impressive property with lots of space and charm! March 17, 2016-5 Star rating Flo1002 said... Such a beautiful house! March 3, 2016- 5-star rating Derek B. said...Spacious, cozy, kid friendly February 7, 2016- 5-star rating Rebecca F. said...Exactly what it looks like December 29, 2015- 5-star rating Robert Q. said...A magnificent house, situated in the Berkshires. Easy access to hiking trails and nearby towns. December 2, 2015- 5-star rating Julie T. said...Amazing house! October 21, 2015- 5-star rating Leslie W. said...A perfect combination of beauty and location September 4, 2015- 5-star rating HJ L. said...Perfect for large families or multiple families August 3, 2015- 5-star rating Kurt H. said...a great space! August 11, 2015- 5-star rating Anonymous said...Amazing January 5, 2016- 5-star rating Falguni P. said...perfect peaceful getaway July 7, 2015- 5-star rating This is an ideal location to gather your whole family together for a weekend getaway or to celebrate the special events in your family life. The Manor is ideal to house a small wedding party and the lawn can be the setting for an open-air wedding ceremony. It can also host a business meeting, staff retreat or company gathering. There are many comfortable spots inside the house or find one outside on the porch overlooking the verdant lawn and tall trees. You can also take a walk in the historic cemetery. The gate is in the hedges below the garage. Stroll downtown and explore the streets of a Victorian industrial town. The Ashuwillticook bike path heads south for 11 miles eventually following the Hoosic River, crossing through wetland and skirting around Cheshire Reservoir. It’s mostly flat because it follows the former railroad route. In town there are a few small museums and historic sites: The Susan B. Anthony Birthplace Museum, Quaker Meeting House, Thunderbolt Ski Museum, New England Holocaust Institute Museum, and William McKinley Statue.