Today, I spent the day in the northern part of western Massachusetts touring two really amazing rustic wedding venues. The views are something unlike anything else you’ve seen. I was honored to have been invited up to see the venues by the owner, Jon. We made a great connection, and I’d love to show you the spaces if you’re considering a wedding or event at either.
The first venue isn’t a traditional venue, but a great one, nonetheless. Berkshire East is set in the mountains of Charlemont Massachusetts. Whether you are a thrill seeker or not, this rustic lodge with a mountain side backdrop is unique and fun. There are lots of property updates taking place, and the lodge was one of the first phases. The wooden tables and chairs and faux deer antler chandeliers add rustic comfort to the spaces. There several spaces on the property that can be used for your event. There are many other updates to the property taking place, including construction of the largest mountain coaster in North America.
If you are a thrill seeker, you’ll find skiing, mountain bike trails, the mountain coaster, zip lining, white river rafting and so much more at this location. I had the pleasure of taking a backstage tour of this amazing wedding venue option.
Aside from weddings, the location is great for corporate functions and team building events.
My second venue tour took place just down the street at The Warfield House. The owners of Berkshire East are going to be the new owners of The Warfield House beginning this fall 2014. They have begun renovations on the property inside and out, and have so many great plans. They’ll be adding new features to the property….as if it’s not already beautiful enough. The photos below are the “before” photos, and once the changes to the property have been done, I will be back up to see them, and, of course, I will do a follow up blog post.
Here are those photos from today…
There are so many beautiful things in the area. You and your guests will have no problem filling a wedding weekend with great things to do. On my way home from Charlemont, I stopped in Shelburne Falls to grab a bite and to see the Bridge of Flowers. What a beautiful display of so many different flowers. This is a pedestrian bridge like no other. There were some familiar flowers, and also flowers I had never seen before. See for yourself….
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