Romantic and Rustic

Are you newly engaged or know someone who is?
The Herb Garden is a seasonal outdoor venue that offers a charming rustic and unique location to host your special event.

The Herb Garden’s main building is the gorgeous historic Heritage barn, built in the 1820’s where we can host receptions of up to 80 people for a sit down dinner. Tables and chairs are included. The Heritage barn also has a bar area where you can serve your own choice of alcohol provided you have the correct permits and insurance. The Herb Garden uses the Mixing Bowl as well as several other local caterers (cost on this to be determined depending on your customized menu – no minimum). 

Should you need more to accommodate more than 80 for a sit down dinner you will need to rent a tent to host your dinner.  You will need to consider the additional costs of a tent rental depending on your needs and configuration.  We can discuss this further if you choose. We have a maximum capacity of 120 guests on our property and an evening curfew of midnight.

You will also have the use of the smaller Bergamot Barn, with a verandah and patio seating area. The patio area is often used in between ceremony and dinner by guests to socialize while you are busy with photos, etc. Up the stairs of the Bergamot Barn is the Loft, which is a comfortable place for your use before the ceremony.

There are a number of beautiful/photogenic sites on the property for you to choose as the location for your ceremony. We provide wooden benches for the ceremony location.

Our Open House for engaged couples will be held May 19 tickets to be available in the Spring

The Herb Garden with its unique sense of history and place, is devoted to creating relationships with our guests by providing gracious hospitality and care in a casual comfortable setting surrounded by nature. As a small family operated business we support and partner with other small local business’ to help ensure the health and longevity of small businesses and their irreplaceable positive impact on communities.