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Graylyn Estate earns spot on list of Top 25 Adaptive Use Hotels in the US

The enchanting historic property offers a unique experience for each guest.

WStoday: The Mews at the Graylyn Estate

The Norman Revival-style manor house was built in the late 1920s.

Photo courtesy of The Graylyn Estate

The Graylyn Estate is listed on Historic Hotels of America’s “2024 Top 25 Best of Adaptive Reuse” for its historic preservation and renovations.

The property was once home to Bowman and Nathalie Gray. The Gray family donated the home to Wake Forest University in 1972. It was renovated into a world class boutique hotel and conference center in 1984. You can experience how the Graylyn Estate transformed from a private home to welcoming guests through a special package which includes a historic butler tour.

You could also sign up for a Tour Pour Du Jour and travel back in time to learn about the story behind the estate. Mark these 2024 tour dates:

  • Sunday, July 21
  • Sunday, Aug. 25
  • Sunday, Sept. 22
  • Sunday, Oct. 27
  • Sunday, Nov. 10
  • Sunday, Dec. 8
  • Sunday, Dec. 29

The event is $25 per person and includes appetizers and a glass of wine. To sign up, call 336-758-2425 or fill out the online contact form (scroll to the bottom).