Mansouri Mansion


Mansouri Mansion

About Us

The old rail fence, the pasture green The Colonial Mansion plainly seen it’s paradise where e’er I look, the woods - the pasture and the brook. ~ M. Sayers, 1942

Built in 1852 on 23 pastoral acres and known originally as The Farmer’s Hotel, the Mansouri Mansion was the first stage coach stop along the Old Indian Trail. The Flat Rock community was protected during the Civil War by the Confederate soldiers who were garrisoned at the Mansion and have left evidence of their presence in a secret room which is still accessible from one of the guest rooms.

Make your own history at this beautiful Mansion the perfect romantic getaway, special event or wedding. Rock on the veranda and imagine a time gone by in the idyllic view of the Blue Ridge Mountains while serenity settles around you. Stroll the lush grounds and experience the beauty of every season in a variety of romantic gardens. Relax in the pub by an inviting fire to recount your day exploring the treasures and pleasures of the region.

Discover what has drawn vacationers and travelers to the Mansouri Mansion for over 150 years. The eighteen beautifully restored guestrooms reflect authentic Victorian charm with the modern amenities of private baths, fireplaces and sweeping verandahs.



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  • Family Vacation Package
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Mansouri Mansion