In 1923, wealthy Ohio glass manufacturer and philanthropist Edward Drummond Libbey commissioned architect Wallace Neff to build a Spanish Colonial-inspired clubhouse for his private golf course that would live in harmony with the enchanting landscape. The result was at once sophisticated and secluded—a serene respite that evoked the feel of being on a private country estate. Homes for the Hollywood elite followed, and Neff became known for his signature “California style.”

In 1934, his vision was carried on, and 22 adjacent guestrooms designed from his original drawings were added to the clubhouse, which today lives on as the welcoming point to our inn. These rooms are now known as the Wallace Neff Estate Rooms. In 2020, the 22 guestrooms built in their namesakes’ honor were thoughtfully reimagined and renovated, through a luxurious transformation that both nods to the captivating charm of Neff’s vision, and captures the enduring allure of a bygone era.

Wallace Neff Estate Room

Wallace Neff Estate Rooms showcase a feature wall, custom tufted carpet and furnishings, Carrara marble bathroom and shower, Frette Italian linens, and art featuring celebrity guests from the past.

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Wallace Neff Estate Junior Suite

Wallace Neff Estate Junior Suites showcase a separate living room, feature wall, custom tufted carpet and furnishings, Carrara marble bathroom and shower, Frette Italian linens, and art featuring celebrity guests from the past.

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