The Guest House is the Perfect Venue for...
Private Celebrations of all kinds...
The Guest House is available for a full array of private functions—We transform our cozy space to meet all the needs of your parties & events. Host small weddings, corporate team building, food & wine tastings, meet-ups, bachelor/bachelorette parties, bridal/baby showers, kids birthdays, memorials, engagement dinners, graduations, birthday parties, seminars, private concerts, workshops, fundraisers and company holiday parties – You Name It! The private event space can accommodate up to 60 guests.
Hold business meetings or conduct business from our day offices...
Take your business meeting to the next level at The Guest House. Enhance your creativity, boost your productivity and create a fresh experience for each and every attendee in our comfortable meeting space. With unique food and beverage choices and modern AV equipment, your meeting will be second-to-none. Our comfortable meeting room provides ample natural light, state-of-the-art technology, dining from a variety of quality local caterers and space for up to 60 attendees.
Special events are hosted here...
The Guest House will be host for many events such a Wine tastings, Business Shows, Seminars, etc. which will be open to the public. Watch our website for Dates and details of upcoming events.
Family enjoys Christmas get together at The Guest House
My Family had a fantastic time at the guest house. Plenty of space for a large family Christmas. The location had parking with no stress. Easy loading in and out for food. People from senior age to parents with newborns, toddlers, teens, and parents of all of the above were able to safely and comfortably enjoy the space.
The Guest House had free WiFi accessibility. Multiple bathrooms that were clean, comfortable and homey. There were very large flat screen televisions with either Pandora music for your choice of music. Or cable TV to play for the kids while the adults socialized.
There is a kitchen set up with a Keurig coffee machine stocked with both coffee and tea. Bottled water and the option to donate your recycling either to the guest house who donates to the girl scouts, or the guest has the option to take them themselves.
There are table set ups as well as an upstairs that is perfect for business meetings or community outreach meetings.
The guest house felt like an extension of one of our own homes. The staff was incredibly welcoming yet not at all intrusive.
Having rented spaces I personally found that this had the unique quality of not feeling or looking like a hall or bar. The perfect place to hold family reunions, bunco or game night parties, staff meetings or parties for retirement. It would be great for graduation parties, even after events for more somber events like a wake or funeral.
It would also be fantastic for baby showers, fund raising meetings, just about any event that needs a home style environment.
The Guest house was incredibly reasonable about the time starting and ending. Was so helpful with any questions. Took care of cleaning up after the event. All the enjoyment and intimacy of a party hosted in the house without all the stress of hosting the event before (cleaning after cooking) as well as after ( cleaning up after the exhausting getting your home ready to host, enjoying the event, then cleaning up days afterward or more pressure, the same night because you have to host again the next day).
With a large extended family that is used to having Christmas with the entire family (4 sisters with children who now have children of their own) the Guest house provided a perfect environment for everyone. We couldn't have been more happy with the way things were handled. With great appreciation I can happily say that my families Christmas was made brighter with the guest house being the location. Byob and wine. 5 stars plus!!
The Guest House In East Syracuse
A blog post by Mitchtheman
A few months ago my wife and I stopped at a place called The Guest House. She wanted to see the layout for how to present her dichroic jewelry for some kind of show where many people were going to be sharing their wares. I stayed in the car while she went inside, but within a few minutes she’d opened the front door and waved me inside and introduced me to Sharron Pearson, the owner.