Windows fill the pleasant dining room with light while French doors provide access to the covered arcade and breakfast room. In keeping with the Mansion's role as the family's "summer cottage," this room is only modestly, but tastefully, appointed. The original hand-blown glass chandelier, shown in both photographs below, is still in place.
below that is another view of the Dining Room, with the table set. Built-in china cabinets and buffets flank the double doors leading to the main hall. The outline of the hidden door to the adjacent butler's pantry can be faintly seen on the middle panel between the fireplace and the china cabinet.