89 Main St, Cadiz, KY
Fairholme is a historic private-residence-turned wedding and event venue located in Cadiz, KY. With over a century of stories etched into its illustrious history, this venue offers a unique experience to couples seeking an ideal wedding destination. The attentive administrative staff here are dedicated to helping excited nearly-weds plan and implement their event designs. They invite couples and their guests to come and celebrate in style with all the necessary privacy and comforts one might need. The venue was built in 1885 by Mary and Edward Street. For more than 120 years it belonged to the Street family. Even after trading hands for a short 14-year period, another member of the Street family, John L. Street bought it back. He spent several years restoring it to its former glory and reinstating its Victorian appearance. From its exterior, Fairholme exudes character with its classic red brick walls and timeless architecture. A quaint manicured lawn surrounds the building with various species of indigenous trees found throughout the property. Here, couples can find a serene location to hold a memorable ceremony where they exchange vows in front of the towering house. Inside, guests will find a capacious dining room. This neatly appointed event space is ideal for receptions and is charmingly decorated with a vintage aesthetic. Get-ready rooms can be found within the house and offer a private and comfortable location to prepare in. Taking your wedding design from dream to reality is sure to feel relatively effortless with the help of Fairholme’s professional staff. The venue’s kitchen is available to your caterer. It comes complete with all necessary appliances to ensure the catering team can successfully prepare and serve all of your delicious meals. To give your experience a desirable stress-free element, the administration offers a wedding package option. This includes a list of curated services and benefits designed to give you the peace-of-mind that everything is taken care of on your big day.