The Dulany Inn is distinguished by its art glass windows preserved from the home of lumber merchant Daniel Dulany, a mansion that stood on the corner of State Street and Garfield Avenue.
Capacity and Seating Configurations
48.6' × 46.1' × 15'
1,651.9 square feet
- Built-in sound system
- Cable TV
- Crestron wireless control
- DVD player (Blu-ray)
- iPod docking station
- LCD projector
- Wireless lavalier microphone (2)
- Permanent projection screen
Constructed in 1910, the Dulany mansion was purchased by the Davies administration in 1946, becoming the college’s first residence hall — Memorial Hall. When Memorial Hall was demolished in 1970, Davies Center retained these 12 light screens.
Reservations for The Dulany Inn may be made for Monday through Friday between
4 p.m. and 11 p.m., and all hours of the weekend. Only events that require catering services through Blugold Dining will be scheduled.
Reservations must be made at least two weeks — ten working days — prior to the event. Approval by the catering director or the director of Blugold Dining must be received before reservations are confirmed. Account numbers or billing processes must be in place, and security deposits as determined by the Blugold Dining office must be processed in order to complete the reservation. All reservation requests will be regarded as tentative until this information is received by Event Services.
All food and beverages provided in The Dulany Inn must be catered through Blugold Dining. User groups are not permitted to bring their own food or beverages.
The Dulany Inn must be used as is. Moving any tables, chairs or other furnishings will result in the user group being charged a $45 labor fee to cover the setup adjustments. Events requiring specific adjustments will incur all labor charges for setup and strike, and will be billed to the appropriate account.