Providence Manor House Inn
The story behind the
William & Kate B. Reynolds
Located in the heart of beautiful Tanglewood Park, the Manor House Inn has been restored to reflect its Victorian-era heritage. The William Johnson family constructed one section of the house in 1859. When tobacco magnate William Neal Reynolds and his wife Kate bought the tract of land in 1921 to be their country estate, they added the remainder. Today, guests can enjoy a mix of genuine antique and reproduction furnishings throughout the Manor House, including original staircases, crystal chandeliers, and ten bedrooms with unique charm.
Guests enjoy breakfast in the cozy rock fireplace room overlooking the beautiful grounds and have access to the library area and expansive terrace. All rooms have private baths, cable-ready television, telephones, clock radios, coffee makers, and mini-refrigerators stocked with bottled water.
The Manor House is also a magical place for your private meeting or reception. For more information on event spaces inside the Manor House, please click here.
Tanglewood Park is Forsyth County's largest park, encompassing 1,100 acres. Guests love to escape to some of the parks many amenities including an aquatic center, two golf courses, horse stables, tennis courts, and more. Providence also offers accommodations at the Cottage, Guesthouse, and Apartment. To learn more about what Providence and Tanglewood Park have to offer, click here.