Val-Du Lakes Resort is also home to the Val-Du Manor, a historic country estate originally built in 1888. The beautiful manor features 8 bedrooms, 4 baths, and has been recently restored.
The manor house is available to rent throughout the season and features the original hardwood floors and authentic 1920s furnishings, reflecting its past as a turn of the century boarding house. Today, the Val-Du Manor comfortably sleeps 20 and has all the modern amenities of a resort home, including a full kitchen with appliances, a formal dining room, a living room, a front porch/sunroom, a large deck with a hot tub, and a spacious one acre yard with a gazebo and fire pit.
Upon your arrival, you’ll receive a starting supply of paper products, but you’ll need to bring your own bath towels, toiletries, and food. There is also plenty of parking for extra vehicles and trailers.
The Val-Du Manor is conveniently located just two miles east of Silver Lake and the sand dunes. Guests of the manor enjoy the close proximity of the Val-Du Lakes Bar & Grill which features exceptional food, a wide selection of drinks, and live entertainment on the weekends.
No other Silver Lake area rental homes or cottages compare to the stately Val-Du Manor in terms of size, amenities, and history. Call us today to book your ultimate Silver Lake vacation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you allow pets in the Manor?
No. No exceptions.
Do you provide bath towels?
No. You must bring your own.
Is there parking for vehicles and trailers?
Yes. We have ample parking for all of your vehicles and trailers.
Do we have to book the Manor for a full week?
During our peak season (July and August), yes. If you’re making reservations outside of peak season (May-June and September-October), please call us to discuss your desired time frame.
What if I have more than 20 people in my group that need accommodations?
Additional individuals are welcome to reserve a site(s) at the adjacent Val-Du Lakes Campground.
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