Connecticut Estate Weddings and Corporate Event Venues
Connecticut is a standout state in the middle of New England. Though relatively small, Connecticut has a diverse selection of destinations. It boasts quaint and charming rural areas, historic cities, and a cosmopolitan atmosphere that is carried over from East Coast giants like New York City and Boston. Like many wedding venues in New England, the estates that host weddings in Connecticut all have a strong sense of classic style and a healthy dose of historic grandeur. Despite its small stature, this state might actually be one of the best (and most convenient) places in the country for a destination wedding. It is close enough to the major East Coast metropolises that it can be reached via train, bus or car in no more than a couple of hours. While some of the cosmopolitan style carries over from the neighboring mega-cities, the elegant rural-but-refined environment found in most Connecticut wedding venues (as well as the lack of big city hassles and crowds), makes them perfect for hosting a memorable, romance-filled special event.
Thompson is a centrally-located town in the state of Connecticut. This place is perfect for hosting a special event because it borders both Rhode Island and Massachusetts and is within driving distance of major cities like Boston, Providence, and New Haven. Like most other important towns in New England, Thompson has a strong sense of history, which is evident in its well-kept buildings and classic small town East Coast ambiance. Many of the estates and event venues that host weddings and other special events in Thompson are renovated and well-kept buildings that were built a century ago (in some cased nearly two centuries ago). Because of its central location and rural and historic charms, Thompson is a poplar destination for people seeking a weekend wedding experience. Estates cater to this idea by offering onsite accommodations so that the would-be newlyweds and their wedding party can enjoy the rehearsal dinner and other pre-and-post-wedding events without having to return to their city at the end of the night.