Normandy Farm Hotel Reveals Grand Opening of $5 Million Dollar Rebuild of Historic Carriage House

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Normandy Farm has re-opened the all-new Carriage House building, two and a half years after a devastating fire caused substantial damage.

The contemporary Carriage House has been reconstructed from the ground up and features 21 hotel suites spanning over 18,268 square feet and three stories.

The expansion includes 12 additional guest rooms, bringing the overall property capacity to 153 rooms.

In March of 2021, a building fire caused tremendous destruction, requiring a complete rebuild. The project commenced in July 2022.

But the property’s story began in 1834, when it first opened its doors as a tavern called “The Franklinville House.” Its proprietors offered food and lodging to travelers on the newly constructed State Road.

The new Carriage House architecture complements the other historic buildings onsite with its red-and-white barn theme. New upgrades include:

  • The all-suite Carriage House has received stylish furniture, art, laminate hardwood floors, and modern wall treatments
  • Select suites offer private patios, and/or state-of-the art fireplaces, lounging areas, and bridal vanities
  • The exterior grounds will feature a beautiful terrace and firepit area
  • 1GB Internet with enhanced WiFi speed, with expanded coverage to all corners of the Carriage House

This new building will further enhance the guest experience for bridal parties, families, and corporate groups desiring connected rooms or booking the full farmhouse.

Learn more about the hotel on Normandy Farm’s website.

Normandy Farm Carriage House Grand Opening.

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