The Westover Inn sits on 19 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds. Our small-town, riverside location guarantees complete quiet and privacy for our guests. We have 22 guest rooms housed in three distinct buildings:
The Manor is the original old estate home and was built in 1867. Our renovations and upgrades combine modern luxury with nineteenth century charm. The Manor has five king-bedded guest rooms. Each Manor room is different in design, has original moldings and eleven-foot ceilings. The luxury suite is in the Manor, but has a private outside access. This large, king-bedded suite has a balcony overlooking the grounds, a large living room with a wet bar and a bath with a whirlpool tub. This is the preferred suite of Christopher Plummer when he stays with us. The Manor houses our dining rooms, meeting room and our lounge with a wood burning fireplace.
Thames Cottage was built in 1985 and has a total of four unique guest rooms. The Cottage is nestled at the rear of the property on a small hill and has a patio that surrounds the building. The Cottage offers two queen-bedded rooms and two queen-bedded suites. The first floor rooms are also adjoining and are a favourite of travelling families and/or couples. All four of the Cottage rooms overlook the teahouse and surrounding gardens.
The Terrace was originally constructed in the 1930s as part of a seminary, which operated from the property. Originally renovated in 1985, the Terrace has nine queen-bedded rooms, one king-bedded room and two twin-single rooms. These rooms are smaller in size, but decorated with the same care and comfort as the Manor rooms.