Combsberry is currently accepting Bridal Couples for the 2014-2015 Season.
Thank you for considering Combsberry as a possible location for one of the most important days of your life. We are situated on 35 acres of private, exclusive waterfront property on the outskirts of Oxford, Maryland. There is no wedding party in front of you or behind you, dictating your menu or your wine list. We strive to accommodate your wedding party with very few constraints, allowing you to make the wedding of your dreams a reality.
Rich in history, and architectural beauty, Combsberry is a majestic venue. Our site includes: The 1730 Manor House, The Carriage House, The Oxford Cottage and The Barn. These various locations provide ample venues for the: rehearsal dinner, the bridal tea, ceremony, reception and morning after brunch for guests staying at the Inn . You and your guests will enjoy full access to our property for two full days.
We provide six rooms with a full country breakfast including: an assortment of juices, coffee/tea, a seasonal fresh fruit platter, and freshly baked breads and pastries for a total of 15 people night, with a two night minimum stay required.
Combsberry has three local regulations that we need to abide by: the guest list does not exceed 100, all events must end at 10:00 pm each evening and portable restrooms must be brought in. If you wish to continue the party later in the evening, it is very simple to arrange an after party at one of Oxfords loval waterfront restaurants. Other than that, let your imagination be your guide when planning your event. The bride may arrive via horse and carriage, boat, vintage car or helicopter.
The only true way to experience the beauty of Combsberry is to come and see it. I would be delighted to give you a tour of this one of a kind property. We offer bridal tours on the weekends by appointment only between the hours of 11am and 1pm. Please feel free to contact our Innkeeper to schedule an appointment or for further information. Like us on Facebook to view additional photos of our property and past weddings on site: https://www.facebook.com/combsberry
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Bobbe · Married on 04/20/2019
Combsberry was the perfect setting to host our family & friends for our wedding! Charming, warm and welcoming!
We could not have wished for a better setting than Combsberry to have our wedding. Between the Manor house, Cottage and Carriage house we were able to have our entire family stay on the waterfront property to enjoy it's beauty and share in the joy of being together. We plan on it being an annual family tradition sans the wedding! :) From the moment our friends walked in thru the side garden - they relaxed and knew it was going to be a wonderful time! We had our ceremony and cocktail hour by the water, and the reception in the Barn. Everything was magical! Angela at Combsberry was responsive throughout and kept everything flowing! We never had to worry! We stayed on the property thru Monday and were able to enjoy the pool, yard games and the tranquility of Combsberry!
It was Easter weekend and we had a Easter Egg Hunt & Brunch on Sunday for family & friends to swing by before heading home! EVERYONE truly enjoyed Combsberry - simply magical!Sent on 05/05/2019
Beth · Married on 10/01/2011
Combsberry is (and was) my dream wedding location. It had everything that I was looking for and more. One of the most important things to me was a private venue that I could have for the whole day (even the whole weekend). My entire family and all my bridesmaids were able to stay at this bed and breakfast for the whole weekend. We had the rehearsal dinner in the barn and the wedding was under a tent by the water. The venue is dog friendly which was an attraction. However, we ended up not bringing our dog after all. The staff was more than accommodating and the breakfast was fabulous. My husband and I look forward to returning for our anniversary and many special occasions in the future.Sent on 11/27/2011