Indoors or out, this location is beautiful! The Cloisters is nestled amongst 60 wooded acres with luscious gardens.
Far from the beaten path, this stone mansion seems mysterious. It looks as though its hundreds of years old, when in fact, it was built in the 1930s. The original owners were inspired by 16th century European architecture. They built their dream home with antique building materials imported from Europe and salvaged wood from antique furniture.
The facility can accommodate over 170 guests. Go take a look during their next open house, Saturday March 6th 11am - 6pm.