2 Decks. Medium (30%). Mostly Luck.
To move all the cards to the .
|•||8 piles (across bottom) - build from the founding Aces to Kings. At the start of the game the Aces are dealt here.|
|•||4 piles (middle) - top card is available for play on the . No building. At the start of the game 12 cards are dealt to each pile (the top card is face up).|
|•||12 piles (left, top, right) - each pile contains cards of the same , starting from Twos in the lower left around to Kings on the lower right. The top card of each pile is available for play on the .|
|•||After the piles are dealt, the remainder of the cards are dealt to 12 piles, one for of each of the from Two to King. The number of cards in each of these piles will vary depending on how many cards of that remain after the piles are dealt. The top card of each Reserve pile is available for play on the Foundations.|
|•||Play consists entirely of moving cards to the .|
|•||Since the cards in the are always available, you should play to remove as many cards from the piles as possible.|
Lady of the Manor is also known as La Chatelaine. The game Archway is an open version of this game.