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Mahogany Manor was built between 1902 and 1905 by William Cross, a local Saint John businessman who was a deacon in the Germain Street Baptist church next door. The house is a mixture of Queen Anne and Craftsman architectural styles. Mahogany Manor is located on Germain Street, a quiet tree-lined residential street in the heart of the uptown area. Here the homes boast rich Victorian elegance with fine woodwork, spacious rooms, ornate carvings and stained glass.
Mahogany Manor features spacious living areas in a turn of the century home, lovingly restored to the classic elegance of its period. Careful attention has been paid to the quality and craftsmanship of the original appointments of a bygone era. Treat yourself to a unique experience in comfort. Our five guest rooms are tastefully appointed with a queen or king-sized bed, antique or heirloom furniture pieces, and decorated to reflect the unique character of each room. Each has a private bath. The morning will greet you with the aroma of home baking and freshly brewed coffee which are served with chilled juices, a selection of seasonal fruit, home-made jams, and wholesome main course breakfast choices. Special diets may be accommodated. We have many other amenities to ensure that your stay is a pleasant one. Call the Mahogany Manor today for more information!