Stone Acres Farm is a historic outdoor wedding venue located in Stonington, Connecticut. This working farm has been in operation for over 200 years and boasts seasonal produce grown on site, ornate gardens, a historic manor home, and wonderful views. This property is steeped in history and has been lovingly maintained, creating a plethora of idyllic areas to host a variety of wedding events.
Facilities and Capacity
Stone Acres Farm offers a variety of outdoor areas to host a range of wedding events within the 65-acre property. This venue can accommodate everything from intimate elopements to elegant wedding soirees of up to 250 guests. Couples can choose to exchange their vows in the stunning ornamental gardens on site. The formal garden features a gazebo which can be utilized for your ceremony, surrounded by a fish pond, rose arbors and over 40 varieties of daffodils. The ornamental garden is naturally framed by a quarter mile of boxwood bushes and has been in existence on the property since the 1800s.
For a cocktail reception, Stone Acres Farm offers the historic croquet course, where your guests can enjoy specialty cocktails and hors d’oeuvres created using fresh, seasonal, ingredients straight from the farm.
This venue can provide tents and marquees to suit the size of your party, arranged on the grounds so that you and your guests can enjoy dining and dancing the night away surrounded by the natural landscape and beautiful vistas offered by this area.
Stone Acres Farm also provides get-ready rooms on site so that you and your wedding party can prepare for your day in comfort and convenience.
Stone Acres Farm aims to help each couple make the most of this stunning venue for their special day. They provide a covering such as a tent or a marquee on the grounds for your wedding reception and can supply tables, chairs, and other items to accommodate your needs. This venue is pet-friendly, meaning you can incorporate your favorite furry friend into your celebration.
Stone Acres Farm has been supporting local agriculture and the surrounding community of Stonington for over 200 years. Originally a thriving dairy farm in 1765, Stone Acres Farm has been in operation since before the Revolutionary War and provided its wares to the surrounding community during the steamship and railroad boom in the area. The stunning Manor house on the property is a shining example of late federal period Victorian architecture and was built by Dr. Charles Phelps in 1765. The house and property have been passed down for generations and is now owned by a group of investors who can link their lineage back to that of Dr. Phelps.
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