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Grace Manor is a beautifully restored 1901 Victorian Manor nestled upon a hilltop which sits on 10 acres in Cherokee County.

The home features wrap around porches, 12 foot ceilings, magnificent virgin heart of pine floors, Victorian fretwork and leaded glass windows.

The entry foyer boasts a beautiful wood grain scrolled staircase adorned with a gorgeous stain glass window.

The Manor is conveniently located near Tyler, Nacogdoches, Lufkin and Palestine. A perfect setting for your intimate wedding ceremony, reception or event.

Grace Manor Wedding Package Special

Wedding & Reception Package

Budget Package for up to 60 guests

Package Highlights: Read More Details Here

  • Wedding and Reception for up to 60 guests
  • Set up of Wedding Chairs at Pergola area
  • Two large tables with chairs (inside)
  • Wrought Iron table and chairs (outdoors)
  • Cake table (someone to cut and serve the cake)
  • Registration table and gift table
  • Two hour dress time/photo time
  • Four hour event time
  • CD music available
  • One hour rehearsal time
  • Punch and Coffee service
  • Coordinator on Day of Event

$1200.00 – Each additional guests $10.00/per person

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Step Back in Time with this Grace Manor History Highlight

Grace Manor, formerly known as The Guinn Home in East Texas was built circa 1901, for Judge Frank Benton Guinn. The third son of Robert Henry Guinn, who moved to Rusk in 1847 from Tennessee. A lawyer by profession and a horticulturist by avocation, Judge Guinn was an avid promoter of peach and tomato industries in Cherokee County. After serving terms as county attorney and county judge, Judge Guinn was elected to the state legislature. Among other accomplishments, he introduced the fruit and inspection bill, helped secure and amendment legalizing juror’s fees and led the state in the adoption of a uniform system of textbooks.