The layout of Davis House has been largely unchanged from the original 1840 clapboarded Inn. Lovingly restored and repurposed in 2008, it now hosts art exhibitions and executive retreats.

This is a perfect venue for presentations, group discussions and team work exercises.

The interior retains its charming 19th century character, with exposed hewn beams and broad old floorboards, while the exterior features a covered wraparound porch and two balconies.

The museum-standard lighting is ideal for art and photography exhibitions and the walls are finished in a neutral clay finish that enhances the displays.

The restoration of Davis House and the equipment sheds was completed with timber harvested from the forest on the property.

Meeting Spaces

The four rooms of varying sizes can be used for meetings or art exhibitions that require museum-standard lighting. The main meeting room accommodates 14 people. The open space with AV equipment accommodates 10-12 people.

Dining Room

Up to 36 guests.


Large covered porches with views to the east and south. Large deck on the west side of the building ideal for informal dining and entertaining Patio with fireplace shared with the Carriage House.

Presentation equipment

Fully equipped for Audio Video presentations All rooms have professionally designed and installed exhibit-standard lighting.


Available throughout the building.

Audio System

Available throughout the building and outside.


Four bedrooms. One bedroom with a study, en-suite bathroom and balcony. Three guest bedrooms with shared bathrooms. One of the bathrooms has a steam room/shower. This suite is particularly convenient for conference facilitators.