4 featured reviews
Member Since: 2/3/2010
This venue was perfect for our wedding. We had it at the Robinswood house. It was spetacular at night with their twinkle lights and beautiful landscaping. The venue was VERY affordable and we saved a great deal in decorating costs because the venue was so beautiful on it's own. Many people commented on how perfect this venue was.
Member Since: 9/20/2010
We were married at the Robinswood House in July 2011. We had a beautiful, sunny day that made the venue stand out. We fell in love with the foliage on the grounds and the rustic feel of the venue.
We did have a couple of times that the coordinator forgot to pencil us in for our rehearsal time, but other than that everyone was very helpful. The price is also very affordable. We would only change the hours, very short time span, we ended up buying extra hours so the wedding day didn't feel rushed.
Member Since: 6/22/2009
After finding my dream wedding location, and then having to start all over again with finding a new location because the other one wasn't quite available, we stumbled into Robinswood House, by Seattle Bride Premier Properties. I fell in love with the garden, the size, the different corners and options. We didn't have to think too long about it, and booked it for a June wedding.
We, and our guests were amazed by the looks, it was a true dream.
Enough parking space (the location is right by a big park, and it was a rainy day - I assume on sunny days parking might be a bit tougher, but they did close of the parking lot for our wedding)
Catering options are nice and diverse, Seattle Bride organizes tasting days, to present the 8 caterers that you can choose from for the wedding.
The weather forecast toyed with us, but with the tents and flexibility of our contacts at Seattle Bride, we got a last-minute rainplan well worked out.
Robinswood House was a big part of my dream wedding come true!
Member Since: 10/1/2006
I loved that it had indoor and outdoor space - but more outdoor space than anything. We were married in a gorgeous sunken English garden - surrounded by flowers and trees. There are two patios for the reception. We had tables, guest book table, etc. on one and cocktail tables and dancing on the other. I would recommend visiting the location!;The wine list is horrible! The wines on their list are cheap and not good - you definitely would not want to serve them to your guests! I would recommend spending the extra money and ordering wines off their list.
Historic Properties for Special Events
Robinswood House offers two spacious patios and sunken garden that offer a flower filled summer wedding site for up to 225 guests. Fireplaces, wood floors, paned windows, sweeping views of Robinswood Park, dancing under the stars, and privacy are just a few of the details you will find.
- Price Range: $$
- Outdoor Ceremony Area: Yes
- Indoor Ceremony Area: Yes
- Outdoor Reception Area: Yes
- On the Water: No
- Tented Area: Yes
- Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
- Onsite Catering: No
- Outside Caterers Allowed: No
- Kosher Available: Yes
- Liquor License: Yes
- Onsite Overnight Accommodations: No
- Onsite Parking: Yes
- Valet Parking: No
- Onsite Wedding Consultant: No
- Liability Insurance: No
- Site Fee: No
- Capacity: Up to 250
- Style: Botanic Garden/Park, Mansion/Historic Site
awards and affiliations
- The Knot Best Of Weddings 2011
Robinswood House/Seattle Bride's twitter
The Tulips are back! fb.me/6t7r6biyX
Silvia & Cesar got married at the Robinswood House this past Sunday. It was an absolutely beautiful ceremony and... fb.me/1264NRRNm
April: Silvia & Cesar! Tom Ellis Photography fb.me/1fACXMgsC
April: Silvia & Cesar Tom Ellis Photography fb.me/3aQJpV7J1
One of the original log cabins located in the Robinswood Park. Built back in 1884. fb.me/1kP9mi8lI