Built in 1796, The Ryland Inn is a former country home and stage coach stop. Today, it is a redesigned space that boasts exposed wood beams, elegant chandeliers, and exceptional cuisine. The Ryland Inn is home to an à la carte restaurant with an outdoor patio and dining area, our own garden, private dining spaces, a chef’s room, two distinct event spaces on opposite sides of the property, and overnight cottages with a total of 11 guest rooms.
Nestled on 10 acres, adjacent to the Coach House, the Ryland Inn offers overnight accommodations. Our Breyer Barns consist of 3 unique cottages totaling to 13 guest rooms. Our Pelham House, complete with pool table, barber shop and bar; the Kimblewick House with hair, make-up and nail stations. Both cottages enjoy large kitchens, common areas, and outdoor patios. The Hayloft Cottage is completely separate and the perfect retreat for a romantic evening.
Come to the beautifully restored Duck Bar at The Ryland Inn to spend time enjoying wonderful cocktails, wines, and beers with friends and family. The bar is stocked full of Scotches and other spirits, and features a seasonal drink menu including homemade barrel aged cocktails. There is an extensive wine list including a strong selection of by the glass options.
Panoramic views of our four-star kitchen compliment the incredibly detailed vaulted ceiling and crystal chandelier. Watch from the comfort of your private room as our chefs craft your farm-to-table cuisine. Each course is then personally presented by Executive Chef, Christopher Albrecht.
Romantic and luxurious, equestrian yet refined. Built in 1796, the Ryland Inn is a former country home and stagecoach stop. Today, it is a redesigned space that boasts exposed wood beams, elegant chandeliers, and exceptional cuisine.