Ferry Watch Inn is a waterfront barn wedding venue located in Grand Isle, Vermont. The barn was originally constructed in 1790 by Dr. Simeon Clark, the paymaster for the US Army. In search of gold coins during the War of 1812, British soldiers invaded the property. They left with no gold, but a few geese for dinner. Since then, the barn was completely renovated in 2009 and is ideal for hosting couples looking for a charming facility. The sprawling grounds offer an opportunity for you and your loved ones to enjoy beautiful sunsets over the Adirondack Mountains of New York and historic Lake Champlain. The gorgeous natural setting paired with the updated barn can provide you with several backdrops for photo opportunities.
Facilities and Capacity
The historic property is ideal for hosting both your wedding ceremony and reception. Ferry Watch Inn offers indoor and uncovered outdoor spaces, and can accommodate 150 guests or fewer. The venue is wheelchair accessible. It is also pet-friendly, and parking is available.
Ferry Watch Inn offers all-inclusive packages to streamline your planning process and keep it as simple as possible. Before the event, the team is happy to assist you with set up to ensure that everything runs smoothly. There are several event items available for your use, including:
Bar services are available from Ferry Watch Inn. The bartenders can run an open, cash, or limited bar depending on your personal preference. Outside alcohol is welcome, and the facility has a liquor license. House, specialty, and premium beer, wine, and liquor are available. If you are looking for an extra special touch, you can select a champagne toast and/or signature drink. For catering, the staff at Ferry Watch Inn is happy to offer tastings for you and your partner to ensure that the catering menu fits your personal taste. Outside cake can be accommodated. There are several meal options available, including:
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