The large trees in front of the Manor House had snow flakes hung high up in the top branches. They looked beautiful alongside the year's only full supermoon.
The Music Room had multiple trees and numerous other decorations.
Stan Hwyet is staffed mostly by volunteers, without whom the place could not function. This gentleman was directing to flow of visitors inside the house and was answering questions as well.
One of the many decorated Christmas trees inside the house. Each one seemed to be prettier than the last. This one is in the Great Hall.
The house and lights shined brightly in the reflecting pool.
Bonus: There is a courtyard by the Carriage House that was setup to look like an old village square. A large, decorated Christmas tree was set in the center and little chalets surrounded it, selling all sorts of treats. In the window of the Carriage House was decorated to look like a bake shop. The children seemed to love it.
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