56 Rodes Farm Dr, Nellysford, VA
Located in Nellysford, VA, The Mark Addy Inn is a bed-and-breakfast wedding venue. Couples and their guests can take in the property’s natural surroundings. This includes views of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains. There are plenty of nearby attractions for guests to explore. The happy couple can spend some quality time together at orchards, wineries, and more. Art studios and farmer’s markets make for an inspiring day out. This updated wedding venue features a choice of spaces for both the ceremony and reception. Couples planning a small gathering can choose from a range of spaces dotted across the grounds. The venue’s most popular ceremony site is the outdoor peristyle. This classical structure has room for slightly larger celebrations. Surrounding mountain views create a natural setting. For the reception, both indoor and outdoor options are available. The main house accommodates up to 100 loved ones. Antique furnishings can be seen throughout this 19th-century build. Well-appointed dressing rooms and overnight accommodations can also be found here. This gives the wedding party plenty of time together on the big day. Couples may also choose to host their celebrations on the grounds. The venue staff can set up tented receptions against the backdrop of the bed-and-breakfast. Outdoor events have a capacity for up to 250 guests. The team at The Mark Addy Inn has over 25 years of event and catering experience. These skilled professionals are committed to crafting memorable events. The venue’s staff will be on hand from start to finish to keep a close eye on details. The team offers assistance with planning and design. This includes creating a mouth-watering menu for the big day. The culinary team will deliver a delicious feast from hors d’oeuvres to desserts. Couples can book the property for a personalized wedding weekend. This includes two nights of accommodation between 10 guest rooms. Various rental items are supplied by the staff for a simplified setup. Couples can take a step back from the planning and take in the Virginia country views.