How will breakfast be offered with COVID-19 measures?

We will be offering to-go breakfast each morning. All guests should inform the team of any dietary restrictions prior to their stay (minimum 48-hours notice). Breakfast is served in the dining room from 8:30am to 9:30am. Tea and water are available in the Honor Bar 24-hours a day. Coffee will be in the dining room at 7:00am.

What does the venue rental include?

The venue includes access to our 12-acre property including the event barn and deck, adjacent lawn and pasture overlooking the pond, bathroom facilities and some parking from Friday to Sunday.
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Does the event barn have heat or A/C?

At this time, the barn does not have AC but there are plenty of large doors and windows that will allow for a comfortable climate. We do have kerosine heaters available for rent in the barn.
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Is check-in contactless?

We have resumed normal check-in, however, we can offer contactless check-in for those who prefer. Our check-in time will begin at 3pm. If checking in after 6pm, you will be moved to a contactless check-in.
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Do you have a restaurant on the property?

At this time we do not have a restaurant at the inn, however, there are several local restaurants we think you’ll love! We've provided a list of local recommendations in our local guide. Be sure to check out our events page for pop-up dinners and our summer pizza night schedule.
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What does the event rental fee include?

There is a 50% deposit due upon booking with the balance due 180 days before your wedding. The rental fee includes use of the 12 acre property, which includes the barn, the deck, the adjacent lawn, the pasture overlooking the pond, and other areas of the property.
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When was the property restored?

Our historic 1820’s barn has been recently renovated in 2018 to create a beautiful space. We have added a spacious deck across the back of the barn, opening it to an elevated overlook of our lush cascading grounds, as well as a cozy loft space that looks down over the main floor of the barn.
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