Graestone Manor: Strange & Unusual Spotlight

Would you dare to check into a haunted bed and breakfast where the owner died tragically?

Graestone Manor was built in 1865 by Curtis Root and was home to the Root family and their thoroughbreds until the 1940s. Since then, two other families have called the manor home until Bob Mattison and Heather Rease Mattison purchased the property in 2017. The house is open for both private and public ghost hunts, and the couple has been hard at work transforming Graestone Manor into a bed and breakfast.

IMG_3918The most haunted B&B in Western New York can hold six people, three rooms with double occupancy. The Mattisons are hoping to transport guests back to a simpler time, offering all the charm of the Victorian era, from the food to the furnishings. Guests will just have to be okay with sharing the place with a few ghosts…

From shadow figures to phantom smells, the sensation of being strangled, and even full-bodied apparitions, Graestone Manor is a dream playground for both history buffs and paranormal enthusiasts… oh, and the Niagara Wine Trail is just down the road.

Learn more about Graestone Manor in our Haunted Atlas of Western New York coming Fall 2019.

If you’re anxious to know more about Western New York’s very own haunted bed and breakfast and simply can’t wait until the book release, you can check out their website. If you’re feeling brave, you can even book a room…

If you own a haunted bar, cafe, hotel, or restaurant and you’d like us to check it out, reach out to us on FacebookInstagram, or Twitter.  If you have a favorite haunted hot spot with great food and atmosphere and you’d like to share it with us, hit us up on social media or leave a comment below! We’d love to hear from you… Thanks for joining us, and Happy Haunting!

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