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Vermont Destination Wedding

From the beautiful countryside to historic inns, Vermont has a lot to offer a couple seeking the perfect wedding destination. Whether you're planning a fall wedding, winter wedding, spring wedding or summer wedding, Vermont has something for everyone. Below are listed several venues for you to consider:


Blueberry Hill Inn
Goshen, VT
Addison county
(800) 448-0707

Want an isolated setting that offers lots of amenities and activities? Give The Blueberry Hill Inn a consideration. The Blueberry Hill Inn is located high in the Green Mountain National Forest, offering their guests 45 miles of hiking trails, a spring-fed pond for swimming, gardens, croquet lawn, wood-fired sauna, volleyball and horseshoes. The Inn has 12 rooms, each with a private bath. The Inn requires wedding parties to book the entire inn for Friday and Saturday night, with a minimum of 24 guests per night. They limit parties to 200 people. You can choose between a sit-down reception or a buffet. Call (800) 448-0707 for more information.


The Waybury Inn
East Middlebury, VT
(802) 388-4015 or (800) 348-1810

If you have ever seen the Bob Newhart show (the one where he was an innkeeper), you'll recognize the Waybury Inn, which was the inn used during filming. But, that's not the only thing that distinguishes this fine inn. It's also on the National Register of Historic Places, and, according to their website, was a favorite dinner spot for Robert Frost. If you choose your wedding during the colder months, you can choose an intimate ceremony in front of the fireplace. For warmer months, you can choose a wedding in their garden. If you wish, you can let them handle the details: wedding, cake, flowers, meal and room requirements.


The Governor's House
Hyde Park, VT
(802) 888-6888 or toll free: (866) 800-6888

This historic inn was built in 1893 by Vermont Governor Carroll S. Page for his family. The house has been restored, though many of the original details are intact. If you and your partner are eloping in Vermont, be sure to check out their "Elope to Vermont Special," which includes two nights with full breakfast, one candle-lit dinner for two, champagne, cake, flowers, a wedding ceremony inside or out, and all the paperwork, including the Vermont marriage license. All this for only $585 plus tax.


The Commodores Inn
Stowe, VT
(800) 447-8693

The Commodores Inn, located in Stowe, Vermont, is situated on a tranquil 30-acre lakeside setting. They offer weddings during any season. In the warmer months you can have your ceremony overlooking the lake, while in the colder months you can have your ceremony by their fieldstone fireplace. The Commodores Inn provides weddings and rehearsal dinners for up to 125 people. How close are you to a New England wedding in Vermont? If you live in Boston, you're only 3.5 hours away. If you live in New York City, you're only 6 hours away.


Brandon Inn
Brandon, VT
(802) 247-5766

How about having your wedding in one of the oldest inns in the Continental U.S.? The Brandon Inn goes back more than 200 years to 1786. That was the year Jacob Simonds opened a one-story tavern on the Brandon Village Green. Today the Brandon Inn beckons you with the Pier Mirror Ballroom, a very special location for your very special day, with pillars, high ceilings, paddle fans, hardwood floors and spectacular mirrors. The Seeley Estabrook Dining room combined with their Wicker Room and Garden Room can accommodate up to 280 people. Their restaurant has won the Grand Award, a gold award at "the Taste of Vermont" competition.


White Rocks Inn Bed & Breakfast
Ethan Allen Highway
Wallingford, VT
Toll Free (866) 446-2077

The White Rocks Inn Bed & Breakfast was built around 1845 and is listed on the National Registry of Historic Places. What makes this inn so special? Well, for one, they have an antique limousine that will add that extra touch of elegance. The house itself is surrounded by ancient trees—sugar maples, white pine and black walnut, offering views of the Green Mountains. They can provide a special wedding for 2 to 200 people, so if you're planning on eloping to Vermont, do check them out. When you call ask about their all-inclusive elopement package.





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