Consistent with the manor house Robert Allerton built to be his home, the meeting rooms of Allerton Retreat Center feature their original antique wood paneling, quarter-sawn oak flooring, and expansive windows which capture natural light and afford pastoral views of the Park and natural areas. Built in 1900, today the Mansion is equipped with state-of-the art audio-visual equipment and wireless Internet access.
The two-story Library with doors to the adjoining terrace, seats 120 persons, theater-style, or up to 50 at classroom style tables.
The Pine Room
The Pine Room, with its long, rectangular table and bay window overlooking the pond, is perfect for boardroom-style meetings up to 20 persons.
The Butternut Room
The Butternut Room features an upholstered window seat, comfortable armchairs and a sofa for discussions of small groups up to 15.
The Oak Room
The Oak Room offers an oversized, round meeting table for 10. French doors to the terrace admit morning sun and invite attendees outside.