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The Graylyn Estate

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The Graylyn Estate

1900 Reynolda Road
Winston-Salem, North Carolina 27106

243Largest Group
25Meeting Rooms
123Overnight Guests
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  • Manor HouseManor House
  • Living RoomLiving Room
  • Main Conference RoomMain Conference Room
  • Management HouseManagement House
  • Mews Conference RoomMews Conference Room
  • Living Room PorchLiving Room Porch
  • Main Dining RoomMain Dining Room
  • Graylyn Signature SaladGraylyn Signature Salad
  • Bowman Gray SuiteBowman Gray Suite
  • Silo SuiteSilo Suite
  • Estate GuestroomEstate Guestroom
  • Estate Guestroom DoubleEstate Guestroom Double
  • Grille RoomGrille Room
  • MewsMews
  • White GardenWhite Garden
  • LibraryLibrary
  • Seminar RoomSeminar Room

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The Graylyn Estate is Winston-Salem’s only luxury boutique hotel and conference center. With 86 uniquely decorated guestrooms, 11 private dining rooms and 25 distinct meeting spaces, this 55 acre historic estate is the ideal venue for weddings, special events, meetings or a leisure get-away. We’re sure to stay with you long after you’ve gone.

Nearby Cities & Number of Miles:
Greensboro - 25
Winston-Salem - 5
Charlotte - 85
Nearest Airport/ Number of Minutes:
Piedmont Triad International / 30
All space available year-round.
Room Type(s):
Estate, Premium, Antique and Suites
Bath Type(s):
Largest Group:
Number of Meeting & Event Rooms:
Largest Classroom Style:
144 Schoolroom
Largest Theatre Style:
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State-of-the-art a/v equipment. Teleconferencing & videoconferencing. High speed internet access/wireless technology in all meeting rooms.
Food & Beverage:
Conference guests will enjoy extensive buffets during breakfast and lunch while dinner is table service with a specially designed meal.
Complete Meeting Package:
Ropes Course / Team Building:
Special Rates and Packages:
See website for Package Information and Promotional Rates
Ideally suited for:
Corporate Social Events
Leisure travel
Outdoor Event Space
Social/Special events
Wedding Ceremonies
Wedding Receptions

Event Spaces

Meeting RoomDescriptionsSquare Footage
The Mews Conference Rooms Meeting spaces include: Mews Conference Room, Mews Breakouts 1, 2 and 3, Mews Dining Room, and Mews Hospitality.

Bernard Cottage Contains 10 private rooms and a small conference space- Bernard Conference Room.

The Manor House The largest selection of meeting facilities immersed with beautiful surroundings includes: all dining rooms, Main Conference Room, Seminar Room, Atlantis Room, Breakout 1, and Boardroom.

Management House Offers 4 meetings rooms (Management 1, 2, 3, and Boardroom), a terrace, courtyard, and a dedicated break area.


Facility# of Rooms# of BedsRoom TypeBath TypeA/C
Guest Rooms 86 123 Hotel-Like Private yes


  • Mews Dining Room
    The Mews Dining Room
    Seating Capacity: 30
    806 sq ft dining room can accommodate up to 30 people banquet style.
  • Living Room
    Seating Capacity: 70
    1,066 sq ft dining room can accommodate up to 70 people banquet style.
  • Living Room Porch
    Seating Capacity: 50
    667 sq ft dining room can accommodate up to 50 people banquet style.
  • Main Dining Room
    Seating Capacity: 44
    667 sq ft dining room can accommodate up to 44 people banquet style.
  • Persian Card Room
    Seating Capacity: 16
    256 sq ft dining room can accommodate up to 16 people banquet style.
  • Grille Room
    The Grille Room
    Seating Capacity: 75
    Located in The Manor House, this room can accommodate up to 75 for receptions and 40 banquet style.


Technical Support Graylyn's Manager of Technical Services works with conference coordinator to offer assistance and provide additional information to guests for all technical needs.

Guest Services Guest Services offerings include: Express check-in, personal wake up call, dry-cleaning, butler escorts, turndown service, fresh flowers, concierge services, newspaper service, coffee/tea service.

Conference Coordination Graylyn's conference coordinators are dedicated to ensuring the success of every meeting. Through personalized service and individual attention to every detail, these meeting professionals serve as a single point of contact for all aspects of the conference.


Technology Graylyn's meeting rooms offer wireless high-speed Internet access. Portable data carts offer multiple Ethernet connections for all attendees simultaneously with consistent speed and dependability. Wireless capabilities are also available to provide access throughout the property. A state-of-the-art, podium-based touch screen panel allows user-friendly access to a variety of audiovisual capabilities and Internet access.

Area Attractions

On-site Activities Jogging/walking trails, fitness room, volleyball, softball, bicycles, outdoor pool, tennis court, croquet, badminton, billiards, croquet, horseshores, bocce.

Tanglewood Park The combination of its streams, woodlands and grassy pastures and traditions of its architecture, horses, gardening and wide range of recreational activities make Tanglewood an ideal countryside park to visit over and over again.

WFU Museum of Anthropology The Museum of Anthropology at Wake Forest University creates awareness of global cultures by collecting, protecting, managing, and exhibiting archaeological artifacts, ethnographic objects, and visual arts of past and present peoples, and providing opportunities for intercultural learning.

Reynolda House Historic house museum filled with masterpieces of American art and surrounded by formal gardens, shops and restaurants.

Old Salem Museum and Gardens The living history town that recreates the town of Salem, NC from 1766-1840.

Historic Bethabara Park Visit Historic Bethabara Park for an imaginative journey to the Carolina backcountry of nearly 250 years ago