Rillhurst Events is a historic farm wedding venue in Boston, Virginia. The farm is characterized by shrubbery and idyllic views, evoking a tranquil atmosphere for couples wishing to unwind on their wedding day. With a vibrant green landscape and tranquil lake, it is possible to plan the scenic outdoor wedding of your dreams at this beautiful location.
Facilities and Capacity
Covering 550 acres of picturesque agricultural land, Rillhurst is a working farm with stunning mountain and lakeside views. They offer a variety of options for ceremonies and receptions so couples can choose the site they love the most. Weddings can be set up in the large barn, renovated farmhouse, or outdoors by the lake. The farmhouse contains a loft, dressing room, and sun deck for the wedding party to relax in as they prepare for the big day. Following renovations in Spring 2020 the property can sleep 12 guests, allowing you and your loved ones to celebrate together for longer.
Rillhurst Events has a number of wedding packages available. The full package includes complete access to all sites on the venue from Friday to Monday. Couples can set up well in advance and have ample time to clean up afterward. Alternatively, the venue can offer setup and cleanup services. For those who know exactly what they need to create their vision, the partial package allows couples to choose the facilities and time required. Finally, those simply seeking a beautiful lakeside space to make their own can avail of a third package. The venue can also provide a planner to assist in event design, and is happy to allow outside vendors for catering and other services. The farm can host various other events in addition to the wedding day, including engagement parties, bridal showers, and rehearsal dinners.
The old farmhouse was originally built in 1750 and has been in the Alphin family for over ten generations. Their family-run business evolved as an ingenious way to continue the farming tradition. By turning their functioning cattle farm into a wedding venue, they are able to keep working the land while sharing its rural beauty with others.