A Premiere Wedding Venue!

Located in the heart of the Shenandoah Valley, our venue is just minutes outside of Harrisonburg. We’re delighted to host your outdoor wedding at our elegant and picturesque vineyard estate. Located on a private 160-acre farm with a stunning Jeffersonian buildings, we have a secluded site with a gorgeous brick pergola for your ceremony, an expansive open lawn to enjoy during your reception, and a stately reception hall that sits over 200. Panoramic Blue Ridge Mountain views and the region’s striking Massanutten Peak provide beautiful backdrops for your vineyard wedding, rehearsal dinner, reunion, meeting, or picnic. We are conveniently located 5 minutes from Massanutten Resort, 15 minutes east of Harrisonburg, 45 minutes from Staunton, 1 hour from Charlottesville, 1 ½ hours from Winchester, and 2 ½ hours from Washington, D.C.

Delight in your farm experience away from the rest of the world.

Consider this on farm experience as a chance to be involved with our agricultural heritage here in Rockingham County. The Harrisonburg and Rockingham County area in the Shenandoah Valley produces poultry, dairy, beef, corn and hay among other crops while our farm is especially known for its hay and Angus beef. Whether you are staying overnight as an inn guest or here for a wedding, the connection with our rural heritage is refreshing in this fast paced world. Your visit here will give all a chance to take a step back and relax while you recharge or celebrate with family and friends.

Enjoy the wholesome simplicity of farm-to-table dining.

Breakfast for our overnight guests will be a treat. For your breakfast we will incorporate ingredients raised on our farm or in the local area. For weddings, your caterer may incorporate some of our foods or other local foods for your reception.

Get ready in style in bride and groom dressing suites ideal for your big day.

The preparations on your wedding day before the ceremony take place in accommodations that are unbeatable. Brides have a beautiful, natural light filled suite to get ready in with their bridesmaids. The groom and his groomsmen have our game room and private theater to relax in while waiting for the ceremony to begin.

Our venue has multiple breathtaking locations for the ceremony and reception of your dreams.

Multiple locations on the lawn for your ceremony and reception allow you to create an afternoon and evening celebration that is simply magical under the open sky and stars. When you look at the whole package you have the most incredible valley wedding location you can imagine to begin your life as a married couple.

Latest News

From Veraison to Harvest

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