Vermont Estate Weddings and Corporate Event Locations
Vermont’s rural charms stretch through all four seasons. Winters with skiing and cozy New England fireside ambiance give way to warm springs, green summers, and color-filled autumns. There is never a bad time to host an event in the Green Mountain State. The best of Vermont’s wedding and event venues capture the quaintness and history of this region without sacrificing the amenities and features necessary for a comfortable and carefree wedding celebration, family reunion, or other special event. Many of the estates and Barn wedding venues that host events and celebrations were first built over 200 years ago and have been lovingly renovated so that the original timeless charms remain intact.
Vermont is a great place for a destination wedding because of its scenery and universally rural surroundings. The best estates in the state are surrounded by some of the most postcard-worthy scenery in the entire country. The lush forests, the green mountains (that earned Vermont its nickname), and the snow-covered winter landscapes provide the perfect backdrop for making once-in-a-lifetime memories during a wedding celebration.
Chester is a history-rich and scenery-filled town in southeastern Vermont. It has a history that dates back as far as the 1700s and features a variety of historic sites, including a stone village, made from local granite, that is included in the US’s National Register of Historic Places. Yes, Chester is a wonderful town for history buffs, and it is also a great place to host a wedding or special event. Event venues in Chester make it possible to tap into the scenery and history of Chester without having to give up any of the modern amenities that are needed for a successful wedding, reunion, retreat or other special event. The lush mountains, fast-moving rivers and rolling pasturelands provide the perfect setting for an outdoor event, though some of the area’s most historic buildings can bring 250 years of classic elegance to an indoor special event. Many event venues double as inns, providing a comfortable and luxurious option for people who want to spend time in this naturally beautiful and historically significant section of New England.
Pittsfield sits almost directly it the center of the state of Vermont. Nestled in valley amidst the famed Green Mountains, this is a very scenic small town that is framed by forests and gentle slopes. With a population of well less than 1,000 residents, Pittsfield is a undeniably quaint place. For people who want a natural setting for their wedding or special event, it is an obvious choice. The town boasts event venues with rustic charm and plenty of amenities to make a comfortable, enjoyable and memorable wedding reception, family reunion, or special event possible. Most estates can host outdoor events, so you can get even closer to the scenery that makes this part of New England such a popular destination. Vacationers coming to appreciate the nature or perhaps the history of this region may also find an array of estates that have been converted into inns and bed-and-breakfasts. These places provide a complete Green Mountain experience, with meals, furnishings and settings combining to create one of the most memorable destinations in the entire state of Vermont.
Richmond is a Vermont town with a history that dates back to the late days of the 18th Century. Located in the north-central portion of its state, Richmond is a haven for scenery-seekers. It sits in the foothills of the Green Mountains, and also features winding rivers and classic New England forest and pasture landscapes. Some of the town’s buildings, originally constructed in the 19th Century, give Richmond a strong historical ambiance. The venues that host weddings and special events in Richmond are also infused with this sense history as well as plenty of rustic charms. Most estates that host special events also have a kind of elegance that makes them a perfect setting for a wedding reception or important luncheon. But no matter what is inside these attractive estates, the star of the show is always going to be the scenic panoramas that characterize this part of rural Vermont. The rolling foothills, classic forests, and gurgling rivers mean that nature will always be the central part of the Richmond experience.