The Enchanted Manor is located minutes off of the 101 Freeway and easily accessible from the Burbank and Los Angeles Airports. This 18,000+ square foot facility is situated on a quiet cul-de-sac in Valley Village which allows for comfort and privacy.
This unique facility features a variety of areas for your party, celebration, gatherings or meetings. Along with hosting individuals, couples, families, businesses, and organizations, The Enchanted Manor has served as a location for films, music videos, and productions including Lifetime’s movie William And Kate.
Georgia has a wonderful home full of fun and character, an amazing back yard, and was a very sweet hostess. She made me and my family feel very at home. The property is really impressive and the theme of the house makes you forget you're in a big city. The pool was warm, the hot tub was perfectly hot, and we had a nice time lounging in the many shaded sitting areas. It's quiet, romantic, and a lot of fun. I'd definitely recommend it for out of town guests or a quick staycation.
My wife and I were looking for a relaxing private weekend at a beautiful property and we found exactly that at "The Enchanted Manor"! This property is amazing. The backyard is incredible, very large and has a resort style rock pool with an elevated spa Jacuzzi. The pool can be heated for a very reasonable fee per day. The spa can be turned on by texting the owner. It was nice and hot in 20 minutes! A lava rock fire-pit, great for having a drink at night. The backyard at night is something to see. A lot of little lights in the trees and around the backyard, multi colored lights in the pool. It really looks enchanted. The pictures in the listing are accurate.
The guest house is great for a couple. Comfortable bed, stone counter vanity bathroom, large shower. Kitchen has everything you need to make any meal and a stainless steel Bar-B-Que that we used several times.
We were looking for peace and quite. Really enjoyed laying by the pool during the day and using the spa at night.
The owner is a very friendly women who is interesting to talk to. She has written a book about her life "The Company She Keeps". My wife got the book and could not stop reading it!
The owner gave us the privacy we wanted. She lives on the property and we did not see or hear her unless we texted her. We did not have any issues, everything we used worked. She responds immediately, great communication.
We loved our time at the manor and we highly recommend this property. We are already thinking of booking another stay!
We loved staying at this beautiful home - it is truly stunning and felt like a luxurious retreat. The building is beautiful and the gardens are just out of this world. The loveliest pool I’ve ever swim in, and the hot tub is just, wow! We got to sit around the stone fire with Georgia and get to know her. Such an interesting and special person who became a friend.
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