Construction Update: Mirbeau Inn & Spa

Opening this spring at The Pinehills in South Plymouth
The new Mirbeau Inn & Spa is just north of the Sagamore Bridge on Route 3 in South Plymouth. Photo by Middleton & Gendron Inc.

A unique new inn and spa just over the bridge

Mirbeau Inn & Spa is a bit of France in South Plymouth

Although it doesn't open until next spring, construction at Mirbeau Inn & Spa at The Pinehills is well underway.

Pictured on the left is the side view of the Manor House, including the addition of a witch’s hat roof on the building’s turret. Designed by Boston-based architectural firm Arrowstreet, the 50-room retreat will feature distinctive European design and décor, recreating the look of a romantic French country estate and utilizing elements from classic French architecture.

The new Mirbeau Inn & Spa is just north of the Sagamore Bridge at Exit 3 on Route 3 in South Plymouth and plans to be an intimate, year-round retreat for rejuvenation and romance,offering gracious hospitality, award-winning cuisine, and world-class spa treatments. Steeped in elegant French country style, this new 50 room inn will be graced by signature Monet-inspired pond gardens.

The original Mirbeau Inn & Spa is located in the storybook village of Skaneateles (skinny-AT-liss) in central New York State’s Finger Lakes Wine Country, about 20 miles southwest of Syracuse.

Mirbeau Inn & Spa is represented by Middleton & Gendron, avery upscale public relations and brand communications agency with offices in southern California and Los Angeles, and affiliate partners in London, Dublin, Frankfurt, Velden (Austria), Mexico City, Hong Kong, Singapore and Tokyo. We’re staffed by former journalists, corporate communications professionals, agency veterans and rising stars.


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