Duff Green Mansion

circa 1856


Rich with history, the Duff Green Mansion has served as a Civil War hospital, boys’ orphanage and more. Its rooms are located within the main house, and every stay is complemented by a three-course seated breakfast.


Considered to be one of the finest examples of Palladian architecture in the state, it escaped destruction during and after the Civil War's siege  by serving as a hospital for Confederate and Union soldiers. 

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