A centerpiece suitable for the grandest of settings.
Frederick Law Olmsted, Jr. understood the concept of beauty inside and out. Along with the original Mountain Lake grounds, his prodigious design skills also grace the historic Colony House, our recently-refreshed 34-room private inn and the social and recreational hub of the community. Overlooking the golf course and sparkling lakes, this iconic example of Mediterranean Revival architecture has been in continuous service — with an emphasis on service and impeccable hospitality — since its construction in 1916. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.