Royal Victorian Manor
Our dedication to the Manor shines through in all corners of the Bed & Breakfast. From its individualized room decorations to the beautiful front and back yards to the breakfast offerings each morning. Staying at the Manor is a truly memorable and delightful experience.
Large and stately, our nineteenth century home reposes at the top of the hill on Fremont Street and looks out over the city like a Victorian monarch surveying her realm. Built in 1894 by Judge C.P. Barnes, a McHenry County judge, the house was occupied by the judge and his wife and two children until 1914.
An example of Victorian architecture with a Queen Anne rococo decor, our Manor has undergone a facelift, to bring back her former glory and adding a modern twist.
A Gracious Past . . .