Boydville, The Inn at Martinsburg is a historic Georgian mansion in the greater Washington, D.C. area. This elegant venue is situated on over 13 acres features idyllic grounds and a stately white mansion for a couple’s wedding. Couples can find this venue, located in Martinsburg, West Virginia, approximately 90 minutes from downtown Washington, D.C.
Facilities and Capacity
Up to 200 guests can join couples on their wedding day at Boydville, The Inn at Martinsburg. The park-like property makes for numerous outdoor ceremony location options. Couples can marry in front of the mansion, framed by the venue’s iconic black lamp posts, or under one of many trees such as their horse chestnut which blooms mid May or the red maple which is gorgeous in the fall. They can also marry right on the front porch of the establishment, where they will find themselves framed by white columns as they kiss under the light of a black overhead lantern. Couples can find their own charming location for the ceremony on the grounds or they can choose to have a more intimate ceremony indoors. Receptions for up to 200 guests can occur in the tented courtyard area of the historic venue. Other locations, including smaller indoor rooms, are also available. In addition to the 40'x50' frame tent, this venue offers so much more that you would typically have to rent such as tables, chairs, tent lighting, Edison-style string lighting in the reception area, whiskey barrel bar and some other decor as available.
The staff at this mansion offer accommodating services to couples for their wedding day. These services include options such as:
Couples can celebrate any wedding-related event at this venue. This includes ceremonies and receptions, but also bridal showers, elopements, engagement parties, and rehearsal dinners. For any wedding occasion, Boydville, The Inn at Martinsburg provides optional event items including:
General Elisha Boyd purchased the land and completed the house upon it in 1812, at which time the Boyd family moved into the estate. General Boyd’s daughter Mary became the home’s next owner in 1841 upon her father’s death. Electricity was put into the home around 1890. Mary Boyd married Charles Faulkner, who purchased the land from his wife, and the Faulkner family owned the house and surrounding property until 1958. The house underwent minor renovations during this time, including the addition of a back porch in 1914 and the replacement of the Georgian front portico in 1900 with a long front porch.
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Beth · Married on 08/25/2018
Having our wedding and reception at Boydville Manor was the very best decision we made! This was the first and only venue we toured and my now husband and I fell in love with it at first sight! The mansion is gorgeous, the grounds are breathtaking, the garden patio with Edison lighting is what dream are made of, but truly the determining factor was the warmth and kindness that the owners, Jon and Meagan exuded. From the moment I messaged them and through the entire process they were nothing short of professional, down to earth, extremely helpful and flexible... SO easy to work with. They recommended our caterer to us and we just couldn't have been happier... we are still getting compliments on the food! Meagan, her mother and mother-in-law worked tirelessly behind the scenes all day to make sure everything ran smoothly... and always with a smile. Another unexpected bonus is that they are constantly improving and upgrading their venue. For example, we were planning on using the regular white folding chairs for our ceremony when we booked with them, but by the time our wedding came around they had added beautiful rustic benches as an included option! Over all, Jon and Meagan gave us a flawless experience and truly added to the special memories we made at Boydville that day. Thank you! (pc: Jonalee Earles Photography)Sent on 10/02/2018
Megan · Married on 08/18/2018
I couldn’t imagine having my wedding anywhere else. This was the greatest choice I made was picking Boydville as my wedding venue. Pick them and you won’t be disappointed I promise! Great price, super flexible and willingness to help, and great people that own the place. :)Sent on 08/26/2018
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Megan · Married on 06/30/2018
We had an absolutely incredible experience hosting our wedding and reception at Boydville! As soon as we toured the venue, we fell in love. There is so much charm and character at Boydville. The grounds are beautifully maintained and the owners have truly thought of everything to make wedding days special and memorable. From a beautifully appointed bridal suite, to a comfortable gentleman’s quarters, to the grand front porch, and the brick courtyard the WHOLE property is absolutely perfect for weddings.Sent on 07/02/2018
Meagan (the owner) and her family were nothing but warm, welcoming, accommodating, and incredibly professional. Through every step of the planning process, Meagan was uber-responsive, never hesitating to thoroughly answer my questions. On the day of the wedding, she and her team were with us every step of the way, working right beside us to ensure everything was perfect. I have never seen such a level of commitment from other venue owners. Truly, Boydville is remarkable.
My husband and I spent the day of our wedding surrounded by family and friends who love us and wanted nothing more for us than to share in a day of love and happiness. Meagan and her family fit in seamlessly with this scheme.
What a blessing it was to us to spend our wedding day with such lovely people! We can’t say enough good things about Boydville and it’s owners. It’s defintely a must see!
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