Hoyt Dining Room
Spencer and Julie Penrose used this room as their common dining area when they were not hosting guests or holding parties. The dining room is named for American artist Helen Hoyt whose paintings hang in the room. Known as one of the best painters in the Pikes Peak region, these colorful painting heighten the dining room's 1920's Art Deco character. Hoyt Dining Room is available if reserved in conjunction with a half-day or full day meeting.
Accommodates groups of 10-18 people.