Nestled in the heart of the rolling Appalachian Mountains only a few miles from Murphy, Payne Meadows offers ones of the finest venues for a rustic barn wedding in western North Carolina. Providing a secluded feel with its charming location, Payne Meadows is known as one of the premier country style wedding venues in Cherokee County. Nestled on scenic acres of property divided into idyllic pastures and a babbling stream, this stunning property offers a rural backdrop for saying your “I do’s.” Rolling mountains and lush farmland also offer breathtaking settings for unforgettable wedding photos. Celebrate your union with your nearest and dearest in the Payne Meadows barn, a stunning space complete with towering wood-beamed ceilings strung with lights, raw wood floors, and massive barn doors. This unique space is ideal for a laid back yet elegant reception filled with dinner and dancing. If you have been searching for the perfect rustic wedding venue in North Carolina, look no further than Payne Meadows!
Recent Wedding comment by Rhonda Millsaps Peterson..... The wedding was absolutely perfect! God sent a sweet, cooling breeze in the air to cool it down just long enough to have the ceremony! He poured his blessings down in the form of rain while we were inside for the reception and then he painted the most beautiful shade of blue in the skies for pictures! Without question it was the best reception ever! A great time was had by all! It was absolutely perfect!
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I have been the co-owner of Payne Meadows since we opened in 2016. I took a vision of preserving my grandparents farm in a way to share this beautiful property with others to enjoy. In addition to running Payne Meadows, I am a middle school teacher, track & basketball coach, father to three, husband and multitasker at its best. Thank you for viewing our storefront!
I have been the co-owner of Payne Meadows since we opened in 2016 with my son Robert. We took an idea and made it a reality in 2016 after refinishing our barn that was almost ready to fall down. A lot of sweat and hard work has gone into keeping our property in such beautiful shape for all to enjoy. We hope you enjoy your time viewing our storefront.
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Love this place, trickling stream in the background, farm house & barn... owners are fabulous
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- Bridal Suite
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- Covered Outdoor
- Uncovered Outdoor
- Scenic Views
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- Bridal Shower
- Engagement Party
- Rehearsal Dinner
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- Event Rentals
- Get Ready Rooms
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