The Manor House at Raspberry Plain dates back to 1735 when Thomson Mason, son of George Mason III, was deeded land and built our Georgian Colonial style mansion house on these rolling acres.
Entering through the front door underneath the portico, you and your guests are met with sophisticated antique furnishings including century-old rugs, books, lamps, fireplaces, furniture and original hardwood oak floors throughout. We encourage your guests to mingle between the rooms, taking in the rich history of the manor.
The Drawing Room is a perfect place to peruse our collection of books and to set up seating arrangement cards, while the Dining Room with its inviting blue hues and antique oak table is an ideal spot for gifts and cards. The Victorian Parlor is appointed with burgundy accents, a fireplace and restored piano and is a great place to look "up" and see the original crown molding that holds the Mason family seal. The Governor's Room was originally for the gentlemen to smoke cigars after dinner and is now used as a coat check upon request.
Raspberry Plain has three restrooms to ensure your guests don't miss a moment of your event. The Manor House also includes the bright and airy Fountain Room which provides space for cocktails, coffee and desserts.