The Cinnamon Hill House & Gardens is an elegant, intimate setting for your romantic occasions. Built in 1895, the venue is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The boasting front porch offers a Southern welcome to your guests. Upon entry of the house you’ll be greeted with the original heart pine floors, hand blown glass windows and beautiful fireplaces.
Facilities and Capacity;
The indoor space can seat up to 100 guests, 150 guests Cocktail reception with the use of the uncovered outdoor Maximum 250 guests with a tent added to the garden.
The Bridal Suite is located on the second floor with a private room and bath for the Bride and a seperate room for the Bridesmaids with 4 built in vanitis and a additional bathroom. There is also an optional Grooms Room for parties less than 100 guests.
The Venue is wheelchair accessible and has a handicap bathroom.
Cinnamon Hill House & Garden offers full service catering and plannning by Capitol City Catering. Leeanne and Amber will help you with menu selections, bar service, table layout and aditional furnishings needed to complet your event. Set up and clean up for the event is included. They can also help you with other venders like Wedding planers, DJ's, Florists , Lighting and Valet service.
The following event items are available for your wedding day:
Cinnamon Hill House and Gardens has partnered with Capital City Catering to cover all your catering needs. They offer a wide variety of menu options that provide something delicious for everyone. You can choose from services as simple as a buffet meal to unique hors d’oeuvres, serving stations, and more. The catering service also includes both bartenders and servers for your big day. Bartenders can serve signature drinks and a champagne toast, along with an open bar with alcohol you provide. They also help you plan for guests with special menu needs.
Food and beverage items available include:
The Cinnamon Hill House was built in 1895 by C.E. Corley and is listed the National Register of Historic Places. The homes unique features reflect the American Queen Anne style popular during the 1870's. Spacious rooms with original wide plank pine floors, blown glass windows and simple fireplace mantels are part of it's vintage charm. The home was restored in 1972 by the Marchant family where they raised their 2 sons. In the late 80 the home was turned into a gift shop that offered china, unique gifts and served their signature Southern Pecan Coffee in a pedestal style coffe cup. In the 90's the home was converted into a fine dining restaurant managed by the Marchant Sons and is still today remembered as the place that locals loved to come to celebrate special occasions. The Miller family purchased the home in 2007 and turned the home into a highend gift shop that offered Studio 56 porcelain Christmas houses, fine gifts and a tasty lunch menu. Once again the home was sold in 2014 to the LaRocque family and became a Mother and Son establishment that sold upcycled furniture and items made by local artisans. After hosting the wedding for one of the sons in March 2017 the LaRocque’s decide the home was best suited as a venue to celebrate special occasions.
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