A Little Slice of Southern Charm in the Inland Empire…
Crestmore Manor, a magnificent 10,830 square-foot colonial-style mansion, was built in the mid 1950’s by W.W. “Tiny” Naylor, a restaurateur and the state’s second-leading thoroughbred breeder of the time. Though the house was built to appease his wife’s desire for a home similar to those found in Kentucky horse country, Naylor and his family never actually lived in the manor. In 1955, he had a stroke and sold the ranch. Naylor’s son, W.W. “Biff” Naylor Jr., said that the fact that the mansion is now a site for weddings “is a great tribute to that home. My dad loved my mom dearly. He called her ‘dolly face.’ It was a pretty special relationship.”
This historic landmark, now owned by Riverside County Regional Park and Open-Space District, is a much-desired location for any type of event. Some highlights of the well-manicured grounds include brick paving, an expansive lawn, majestic old shade trees, and a picturesque pond, all of which create an ideal backdrop for wedding photos and exchanging vows. The courtyard also features a charming fountain and enough space to facilitate an intimate outdoor setting. The Carriage House, located directly behind the mansion, is perfect for hosting a beautiful indoor reception or party. The landscaped manor is able to accommodate up to 400 guests.
Crestmore Manor operates solely as an hourly rate location, allowing events to be customized exactly to client specifications. Examples of events popular at this venue are weddings, anniversaries, quinceañeras, sweet 16’s and corporate/business training programs. Whatever your occasion, our Special Events Coordinators will work with you to craft an event that meets your unique vision and needs.
Our venue does not allow amplified music outside during the reception of your event. All music must be contained inside the hall during special event.