Nantahala Village is a hotel wedding venue located in Bryson City, North Carolina. This picturesque destination is situated in the Great Smokey Mountains, offering cabin rentals for wilderness getaways. There are a variety of lodging options ranging from rooms and suites to cozy cabins. Activities abound at this resort. Couples and their guests will be able to take advantage of whitewater rafting excursions, zip-lines, biking trails, fishing spots, and many other activities. The towns of Bryson City and Cherokee are both within a close distance of Nantahala Village. The present exciting opportunities to browse through handmade, authentic crafts from local artisans. This venue has been serving as a delightful nature's paradise since 1948, allowing adventurers from near and for to experience wildlife at its finest. In addition to the available lodging, meeting spaces, swimming pool, and horseback riding stables.
Facilities and Capacity
Nantahala Village offers seven on-site venues that couples may use for their wedding event. These include The Meadow, The Sky Deck, The Mountain Overlook Lawn, The Phoenix Deck, The Dining Room, The Banquet Room, and The Nantahala Bar. The Meadow is located next to a pond and offers space for 250 guests. The Sky Deck has stunning vistas of mountains and has a capacity of 100 attendees. The Mountain Overlook Lawn is perfect for 250 individuals, presenting mesmerizing views of the expansive sky. The Phoenix Deck allows 200 guests to enjoy your wedding celebrations The Dining Room is well suited to rehearsal dinners of up to 150 individuals. Both the Banquet Room and The Nantahala Bar can host up to 100 attendees and are great choices for indoor soirees.
Nantahala Village's resort wedding package includes white chairs, round receptions tables, setup, take-down, a get-ready room, preferred vendors, and room block rates. Catering packages are also selectable for inhouse catering or outside catering. All of their menus are curated to include fresh and delicious ingredients.
Recommended by 75% of couples
Beth · Married on 10/26/2013
Absolute joy to work with Kate and her staff. I believe I can call Kate a new friend who has the utmost professional approach and atmosphere in the mountains of North Carolina. I feel like I could talk with Kate (and Wayne) about just about anything we needed to make our daughter, Alexa's wedding absolutely perfect. And it was! Everything turned out absolutely perfect and to this day (yes - we still talk about it several times a day) I can't think of anything that wasn't exactly how I and Alexa envisioned her wedding to be. So thanks to ALL the staff - you all pitched in - Nel - the Chefs - Thomas - See? I was impressed with all of you! Pardon me if I've forgotten a few names, but I certainly have not forgotten how you treated us and our guests! I want to do it all over again!Sent on 11/08/2013
Rachel · Married on 10/05/2013
Kate and the staff at Nantahala Village were what set this venue apart. The area is so beautiful and the venue really show cases the beauty of the mountains. As a resort get away my guests were all very happy with their accommodations. The food was wonderful, great chef. Highly recommendSent on 11/08/2013
Becky · Married on 05/05/2018
We had our wedding at Nantahala Village last weekend. The views at this resort are amazing. However, they are about to build condos to block the view so it will no longer be there. A week before our wedding, I was informed of a managerial change. Which made things worse; it lowered my expectations for the weekend & they still weren't metSent on 05/14/2018
Our stay in the fireplace suites was good, except for the fact that the hot tubs were not working for any of the fireplace suites. Which I understand isn't really in many people's control with the winter. But when guests are paying for a room with a hot tub and they don't work, they shouldn't have still pay for the room at the same rate. I had guests complain that their rooms weren't clean, and even after I asked & they asked multiple times for them to come clean them, it never got done.
Neither our rehearsal dinner meal nor our reception meal was what we tasted in January. Yes, it was still chicken parm & pulled pork BBQ. But the chicken Friday night was completely different; there was no melted cheese on top & the chicken was insanely dry. The young bartender was brand new to bartending, to the point of my father had to get behind the bar & show him how to open a bottle of wine. It was a Cinco de Mayo wedding & he did not know how to make basic cocktails. A BRAND NEW bartender should not be handling a wedding. My father should not have to do that.
The cocktail hour nachos were awesome. The rest of the meal though, was completely different. The baked beans weren't what we tasted, the mac & cheese was cold & the cornbread was dry & hard as a rock. It was depressing having paid for a meal that we were expecting to love based off our tasting & not getting what we paid for. I'm not sure if there was also a chef change with the managerial change as well, which I would have understood because things happen. But it would have been nice to be given a heads up.
There are so many other venues with gorgeous views. Skip this 1.