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Welcome to

The Hayloft

From the tree lined drive, criss-cross board fence, and tranquil water features, to the towering colonial pillars and lush landscape, The Hayloft sits on a rambling 150-acre homestead that champion cattle and sheep used to call home.


Now, the picturesque property plays party to many weddings and special events each year. We invite you and your guests to celebrate with us. 

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The Barn

Built in 1886, the historic barn at The Hayloft features hand-hewn beams and original plank floor. With seating for 200+ guests, ample room for dancing, and a front and center stage that's ideal for bridal party seating, guest speakers, or musical and theatrical productions, the barn brings rustic elegance to any event.

Enjoy panoramic property views, sip, and socialize on the sprawling deck - fully under roof - where you'll find the bar, buffet, and more. Recharge at the coffee bar, rest your dancing feet in one of many sitting areas, or cozy up to the fire under cover of a repurposed grain bin.

Downstairs, the spacious Bridal Suite welcomes all the wedding day glam. Gather and get ready here with floor-to-ceiling mirror, generous hanging space, and a private half bath.

Find convenient access to handicapped-accessible restrooms from multiple points in and around the barn, open seasonally May through early October. 


The Ceremony

Exchange vows with family and friends gathered around within the Labyrinth. A lush arbor provides a picturesque backdrop and clear views of the couple, no matter where guests are seated. The open air green space, bordered by mature trees, creates the perfectly private space to say, "I do."


The Grotto, located in the lower level of the barn, is the epitome of intimate environments, whether your first pick or your inclement weather plan B. The soft glow of twinkle lights complements original stone walls and wood beams while padded chairs and vintage church pews provide a place for guests to take in the ceremony.

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