The Royalton at Roslyn Country Club is a colonial mansion from the early 1900s set on 10 acres of wooded arbor and English Garden, it’s been completely restored to its timelessness and glory, combining tradition of perfection and modern sophistication. Upon entrance a mahogany doorway opens to a two story lobby, adorned by a crystal chandelier, wood floors dressed in oriental rugs, and a wood carved, curved master staircase. A plush carpeted hall takes you to a Coventry stone patio and rich wood-paneled rooms, ideal for cocktails with their two fireplaces. The Grand Ballroom is elegantly decorated with beautiful sconces, hand carved crown moldings and Brazilian hardwood floors. The Mahogany Library features floor-to-ceiling mahogany walls and moldings, arm chairs, plush couches, a fireplace and mahogany barrister bookshelves. The bridal suite is in fact the original master bedroom of the mansion’s first owner Edward Moore; it features a mahogany four post bed, gas burning fireplace and a luxurious master bathroom. The Conservatory, complete with coffered ceilings is another perfect setting for your cocktail hour; its large windows offer incredible views of the English-styled gardens and fountains. With its green Coventry stone walls, a wrought iron lamp post and a gate, the Ivy Courtyard is perfect for a romantic ceremony. This is a true Long Island mansion, and even with all this opulence the people there are warm and friendly, with a genuine desire for your wedding day being everything you could dream of in their hearts.