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“What I love about this property built in 1897 is its ability to transport guests and provide a true country house experience. Service to meals to décor, privacy, peace & comfort all flow seamlessly from your being greeted at the front door until the day of your departure. One guest told me that she almost expected to encounter Dame Maggie Smith descending the staircase delivering one of her well-considered bon mots.”
“As you round the bend on the final stretch of the drive to St. Andrews, you can glimpse some of the steeples and towers on the highest points of the peninsula jutting into the sea. It is a magical scene unfolding into an unspoiled 19th century seaside village. The 1783 port with its complex American Revolutionary War history offers specialty shops, bustling galleries, social and natural history museums and stately period homes along the waterfront. Many come for the thrills of maritime adventures on the high seas.”
“An abundance of produce we put on our summer dinner table comes from our organic green house, vegetable and herb gardens. I’m proud that guests can enjoy our garden driven cuisine each evening. And I’m always happy to provide a tour of the gardens as well as a word about a fine ornamental perennial a guest may encounter during a stroll with a cocktail before dinner.”