The Mansion InnThe Mansion Inn bed & breakfast is full of striking details, such as the six fireplaces with massive mantelpieces, original brass and copper gas chandeliers with Waterford glass shades, etched-glass doors, parquet floors of three varieties of wood, 2″ thick pocket doors and even an unsigned Tiffany chandelier in the gracious main entrance parlor.Dining-Room

In keeping with the period, both the public rooms and bedrooms of The Mansion have been tastefully and elegantly furnished in fine Victorian antiques. You can sip wine or party with friends in one of the two formal parlors.

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Magical weddings and unique celebrations are our specialty here at The Historic Mansion Inn. Our experienced, top-notch event team is passionate about working with you to create an event that reflects your personal taste & style. Our team will be by your side every step of the way and work with you to find florists, musicians, photographers and any other resources that you may desire.

  • Mansion: Intimate celebrations of 45 guests or less inside our Venetian, villa-style 1866 mansion.
  • Barn: Rustic & unique celebrations in our mid-19th century restored barn for 100 guests or less
  • Tent: Majestic outdoor tented celebrations for 150 guests or less

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History
The Mansion of Saratoga is now a historic Saratoga Springs area inn, but it was originally built as an imposing 23-room Venetian, villa-style estate in 1866 by Hon. George West. We are proud to be recognized by The National Register of Historic Places – the Nation’s official list of cultural resources worthy of preservation. The Mansion served as the West family primary residence until the family relocated in 1875 to a larger residence located on Milton Avenue in Ballston Spa, New York. That home, now razed, was part of the John westHowey estate located across from his primary paper bag mill, also purchased by West. Thus in 1875, the building that is The Mansion Inn became the summer home of George West.