Moonstone Manor

Inside the Mansion

Virtual Tour of the Mansion

Using Google StreetView Technology, you are able to ‘walk’ through the interior of the mansion to explore the public rooms included with your reception package and the 9 beautiful bedrooms available exclusively to bridal couples and their designated guests.
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Parlour

Elegant and sophisticated, the parlour is dedicated to customized use by Moonstone brides and guests, for inclusion in their wedding reception.
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Study

Experience quiet and solitude in front of the fireplace amidst the rich leathers and warm woodwork of the study.
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Conservatory

Glass walls enable exquisite views of the gardens and creek while sipping a glass of champagne or enjoying a freshly-brewed cup of coffee or tea.
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Dining Room

Where intimate mealtime conversations have continued through the passing of time from candles to gas lamps – from gas lamps to electricity.
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Emma's Attic

So named in honor of a housekeeper from centuries past who may have devoted her life to caring for this beautiful structure. The current bathroom stairs served housekeeping as access stairs to the upper floors over a century ago.
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Grandma Laura's Room

Laura longed to come and visit her sister Mamie here at the Manor, but it was a long journey from Lawn, PA to Conewago Station. The roads were rough and the only means of transportation was a spring wagon. Although they were few, reunions at the Manor were a joyous time for all.
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Master Hagar’s Chambers

In the 1900's, prominent Harrisburg attorney James Hagar and family resided at the Conewago Manor Farm (as the manor was named at the time). Master Hagar converted the stone barn into stables for horses and set up riding rings in the meadows.
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Mount Vernon Retreat

In the 1800's the humble Conewago Manor Farm was acquired by Iron Master Henry Bates Grubb. He significantly remodeled the stone mansion and renamed his new home Mount Vernon Estate.
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The Tiffany

Named for our daughter in honor of her namesakes – Louis Comfort Tiffany the Victorian stained glass artisan and the eminent jewelry store in New York City. The beauty and craftsmanship of both have proven timeless and served as a source of inspiration.
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