The Manor House:
It is truly the crown jewel of Glenlaurel-the original home of the Laird. Its cheery facade of stone and stucco gives way to the fabled carved mantle in the parlor, three dining rooms, the Loch Ness pub, the Waif's Haven kitchen, two guest rooms, and two guest suites.
Situated on the first floor of the Manor House, this lovely room has a two-person whirlpool tub in the bath, gas-log fireplace in the bedroom, and cozy deck facing south with a view of the wedding garden and bird feeders. The Campbell deck is connected to the Grand Deck of the Manor House. A beloved feature is the three-part stained glass by Jill French titled: "Ode To Yesterday's Trillium." The window was commissioned to honor the beautiful wildflower, which grew so abundantly on the site where the Manor now stands.