Ely Manor is a historic wedding venue located in Linn, Missouri. The manor is nestled on a beautifully manicured landscape to create an elegant and breathtaking venue. The staff at Ely Manor are dedicated to helping you plan and design an unforgettable event for your loved ones.
Facilities and Capacity
This elegant venue boasts three stories of historic craftsmanship; high ceilings, crown molding, and wood floors can be found throughout the building. The first of the three levels features guest rooms, a sunroom, and a dining room. The second floor of the mansion, similar to the first, features mainly accommodations for guests. It is the third level of the building that functions as a beautiful event space. This bright and airy room boasts a dance floor and a bar for entertaining your family and friends. Meanwhile, the gorgeous grounds surrounding the manor can accommodate an outdoor cocktail reception or a stunning ceremony.
The venue provides clients with a list of preferred vendors to choose from, which enables cost savings for couples and helps alleviate their stress. Ely Manor offers multiple rental packages for couples, as well as a customized service option. The venue features an all-inclusive package that is designed to keep you and your partner as stress-free as possible throughout your planning process. This package includes the exclusive use of the indoor and outdoor spaces, consultation services with the venue's advisors, and staff for your celebration. The following amenities are also included in this all-inclusive collection:
You are welcome to bring in your preferred partners as well.
Ely Manor's first two levels feature guest accommodations. These quarters consist of a combination of semi-private and private rooms.
The venue is able to provide bar services for wedding events. The bar packages supplied by Ely Manor include a champagne toast, house liquor, and house wine, all accompanied by a bartender.
Ely Manor was first constructed in 1893. The building was originally called the Osage County Poor Farm. Now a nationally registered home, this historic building serves as a wonderful event space for couples hosting their wedding in Missouri.