MEAD HALL & COURTYARD
This room seats 80 guests for dinner, this hall reflects the regions earliest English heritage with it's brick floors, murals, tapestries, rough sawn paneling, and soft gas lighting. Mead Hall is one of the most popular halls, overlooking the gardens and ponds sheltered under stately Carolina Pines.
WINE CELLAR WALKWAY
Guests are encourages to enjoy the Wine Cellar Walkway. They will experience the feeling of being outdoors with plants and the trees that the Country Squire is famous for. Wine racks accommodate some of our wine production and guests can make a selection to enjoy with their meal.
Offers a smaller secluded setting for small parties and romantic dinners. The Pantry is a transition room bridging two rooms featuring separate histories. The Pantry bracing distinctly, features hand hewn logs, many from the old Bowden Hotel in the port city of Wilmington. Some guests claim that one of the squire's ghosts inhabits this pantry seeking the return of the timbers to rebuild his old haunt.
In the medieval period, the court jester was summoned to entertain the manor board and his guests around tables ladened with the best from the manor kitchens and cellars. The Jester's Court reflects this full tradition of warmth with it's rich exposed beams and traditional pine floors. The Court provides ample room for 160 guests for dinner and dancing.