The Valley Rock Inn, named by Conde Nast Traveler as one of the 9 Best New Boutique Spa Hotels, is a wedding venue based in Sloatsburg, New York. Nestled in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains, this venue is surrounded by 70,000 acres of forest land and is located 30 miles from the George Washington Bridge, as well as an hour from most of Manhattan.
Facilities and Capacity
When it comes to weddings, The Valley Rock Inn offers indoor and outdoor event spaces to accommodate up to 200 wedding guests. The gardens and historic buildings at Valley Rock Inn were designed with an eye for private events and can seat 200, while the new Rusticator Lodge seats 80 and overlooks the pool and garden. Serving as the inn’s lobby and great room, this space boats 22-foot-tall vaulted gambrel ceilings to give your event an elegant feel. Both the great room and the dining hall are each fully equipped with oversized fireplaces and their own bar. The VR Bar & Grill is a restaurant serving organic produce from their own fields in the Hudson Valley. This restaurant can also serve in the Rose Courtyard and Shade Garden for private events.
In addition to the ample indoor and outdoor event spaces, The Valley Rock Inn also houses a 75-foot pool, a 7,000-square-foot gym, and professionally-led hiking, biking and kayaking programs. Year-round wellness and fitness programs are also offered that incorporate healthy eating and exercise in the great outdoors.
There are four renovated guest houses on the property, totalling 17 bedrooms and 16 baths, along with an organic market and two restaurants that source organic produce from organic farm fields in the Hudson Valley. Each guest house has three to five rooms with their own AC and fan controls and ensuite baths. Every bedroom has Frette linens, down pillows and comforters (with non-down available upon request) and every house comes with a living room, complete with a 60-inch TV connected to Pandora, and a wet bar.
Each guest house, locally known as the historic Waldron Houses, date back to the mid-1800s when they were given to the Waldron brothers by their father. The Rusticator Lodge was a former hook and ladder firehouse, dating back to 1840.
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