Located in Dallas, Pennsylvania, Shadyrill Farm is a charming barn venue that can be used for wedding ceremonies, receptions, and rehearsal dinners. With scenic views all around and beautiful outdoor spaces to host ceremonies, this 27-acre farm offers both modern amenities and that relaxed country feel for the perfect barn wedding!
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Couples will find no shortage of outdoor areas to hold their personalized wedding ceremony. Some of the favorite areas on the farm include a waterfront location by the farm pond, a spacious spot in the field, or in front of the 200-year-old charming white farmhouse. The outdoor space provides plenty of room for extra seating, playing a game in the grass, toasting marshmallows in the fire pit area, or dancing the night away under the stars.
Although the beautiful red barn is nearly 200 years old, the amenities have been updated. A classic farm style is now supported through new, rough-cut lumber walls and ceilings, with four new gorgeous chandeliers in the 15-foot-high ceilings. The barn offers two restrooms, a bridal room, and a large kitchen along with room for up to 150 guests. We recently opened the second barn on the property which has been restored to its original glory. This barn can be used for your wedding ceremony in case of inclement weather or set up a bar for cocktail hour and hors d'oeuvres.
The Barn at Shadyrill Farm has been updated to include new amenities, including a heat supply to accommodate weddings in the colder months. The kitchen is a full catering kitchen, allowing vendors to prepare food for the cocktail reception and reception in a convenient area. The wedding party can use the bridal room before the wedding to get ready and relax.
The original homestead, built in the early 1800s, consisted of a three-story farmhouse, barn, and small tenant house. A large bank barn was added in 1900 to accommodate up to 6,000 bales of hay on the main floor. The farm and land were purchased by Pennsylvania Governor John S. Fine in 1950 with the idea of creating a showplace farm, complete with a Blue Ribbon Dairy herd. He is the one who added a basement to the bank barn for milking cows. The farmhouse was bought again in 1978 by the current owners, who began renovating the farmhouse and planting a fruit orchard. Robert and Janet Ciravolo used the barn as a cafe, bakery, and gift shop for a time before renovating the space and opening it as a wedding venue in 2016.
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Bob and Janet bought shadyrill Farm in 1976. They raised four children while farming the land, and restoring the farmhouse and barns to their natural beauty. In 2016 they started renting the barn for weddings and now love hosting weddings with amazing couples.
Karen is the youngest of Bob and Janet's four children and is the contact person for inquiries, questions and all things Shadyrill. She will work with you from the initial visit up until your wedding day.
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