Winter Weddings in Southern Vermont

Winter Wedding Snowbound - The Reluctant Panther Inn & Restaurant - Manchester Village, VT
Reluctant Panther Inn & Restaurant

39 West Road Manchester Village, VT, 05254 Phone: 802-362-2568 Toll-Free: 800-822-2331

Let it snow! This luxurious boutique inn makes winter weddings memorable

Winter weddings and Vermont go hand-in-glove, and nowhere is that more evident than at the Reluctant Panther Inn and Restaurant. Imagine a snow-covered boutique inn, lights twinkling from the windows, greeting your guests of up to 70. Brisk air, crunching snow, warming fireplaces: It’s all part of your snow-season affair. Reserve the entire 20-room inn to feel like you are marrying in a private estate, with gourmet meals provided by the Zagat-rated restaurant. Every luxurious room in this elegant inn has a fireplace, a marble path, antique furnishings and original artwork. Nearby winter activities include everything from skiing to sleigh rides, but you may just want to stroll through the winter-wonderland village of Manchester.
Winter Wedding Bridesmaids - Grafton Inn - Grafton, VT
Grafton Inn

92 Main Street Grafton, VT, 05146 Phone: 802-234-8718

Warm, inviting venues for winter weddings at this charming inn and scenic village

When snow settles over Grafton Village, it really does look like something out of a storybook: a lovely place for a winter wedding. At the historic Grafton Inn and at other village locations you have several venues to choose from for your big day, each of them picture-perfect. Across the street from the Main Inn is the Homestead Room, with a stone fireplace setting the stage for a wedding of up to 75 people. The Grafton Community Church and Brick Meeting House are also inviting spaces for ceremonies, and the Windham Parlor has a romantic atmosphere for elopement ceremonies. Have your reception at the inn’s rustic Phelps Barn, with two bars and a dance floor or, for more intimate gatherings, in one of the inn’s spacious guest houses.
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