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.

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, and the pasture overlooking the pond. It also includes use of the Dining Room, and Screened Porch.

There is also access to a covered Forno outside oven and patio, a bar area, and a fire pit on the back lawn.  We include 3 serving tables and lounge furniture for use at the reception as well as a variety of antique urns and vessels for flower arrangements.

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How many wedding guests can we accommodate?

We can comfortably host up to 125 guests at the Squire Tarbox Inn. 
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Do you allow children?

We gladly welcome well-behaved children! Most of our rooms, with the exception of room 7, are only able to accommodate a total of two guests max. Up to 4 guests can be accommodated in room 7 but we ask that the children are age appropriate to climb a ladder into a loft space.
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Do you have a brand ambassador program?

Yes! As our brand ambassador you can enjoy a monthly 10% commission, your ambassador account referral code, exclusive room specials, and more!
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What is your cancellation policy?

Being a small inn, we are greatly affected by cancellations, and while we are sympathetic to emergencies, we appreciate your understanding of our cancellation policy. All cancellations are subject to a $35 handling fee when charged on a credit card, no exceptions.
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How late can our event go on to?

We require that your bar close and the music end by 10:00PM and all guests not staying at the property have left the property by 11PM.
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Who is Samuel "Squire" Tarbox?

Samuel Tarbox (1780-1861) became known as the Squire probably because of his wealth and stature as a business man and founding father of the Town of Westport. He was born in Litchfield, ME. In 1806, soon after marrying Mary "Polly" Brown, he bought the land on Westport from Stephen Parsons.
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