Fairfax Hall Dining Room is a historic banquet hall wedding venue located in Waynesboro, Virginia. The dining room and three porches offer great flexibility for a creative wedding plan. In addition, there is now a beautiful outdoor space with a gazebo that can be utilized for outdoor ceremonies. You can avail of this elegant and characterful venue to realize your wedding vision.
Facilities and Capacity
The lovingly furnished Fairfax Hall Dining Room offers 2,800 square feet of open dining space and dance floor, adjacent to three enclosed porches with 1,500 square feet between them. Between the dining room and porches, 225 seated guests can be accommodated or 350 guests with lighter dining. All four rooms are fully heated and air-conditioned and the dining room offers a working gas log fireplace. The get-ready room is furnished with floor-to-ceiling mirrors so you can prepare in style. The well-equipped catering kitchen offers a refrigerator, coolers, warmers, microwaves, and a 500-pound ice machine.
Fairfax Hall Dining Room can host wedding events including your engagement party, bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, ceremony, and reception. You can access the venue for 14 hours on your big day, or add a heavily discounted extra day for decorating, wedding rehearsal, etc. The venue does the set up based on your specifications, and provide a hostess and two parkers for your event.
The venue staff can recommend numerous local caterers in Waynesboro, Staunton, Harrisonburg, Charlottesville, Fishersville, Verona, Stuarts Draft, and Christiansburg. Whatever your preferences for cuisine, they will point you on to suitable providers.
In addition to weddings, Fairfax Hall Dining Room is available to host other special events and celebrations. These include anniversaries, banquets, meetings, fund-raisers and parties, banquets, wedding receptions, civic events, large meetings and parties!
Fairfax Hall was originally built as the Brandon Hotel in 1890, in the Queen Anne Style as a premier railroad hotel. In 1913, it was converted to the Brandon Institute, a coeducational art and music school. In 1920, the building became Fairfax Hall, then a finishing school for grades 9-12 attended by young women from across the world. In 1975, Fairfax Hall closed that chapter of its history and was leased as an academy for staff development for the Virginia Department of Corrections. From restorations in 2000-2001, Fairfax Hall turned into 54 apartments and the lovely venue. Now the building hosts grand weddings in the Valley and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Fairfax Hall Dining Room is located a 4-minute drive from downtown Waynesboro. It is a 32-minute drive from Charlottesville and a 41-minute drive from Harrisonburg.
Recommended by 100% of couples
Kay · Married on 07/14/2018
Fairax Hall is beautiful with so much character and charm both inside and out. The affordable price helped us give our daughter the elegant wedding reception she was dreaming of.Sent on 07/20/2018
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