“In terms of décor, Ralph Lauren would be jealous.” – The New York Times Romantic and luxurious, equestrian yet refined. Built in 1796, the Ryland Inn is a former country home and stagecoach stop. Today, it is a redesigned space that boasts exposed wood beams, elegant chandeliers, and exceptional cuisine. The Grand Ballroom: With the feel of a country farmhouse paired with modern flair, the breathtaking 30 foot windows and matching stone fireplace play perfectly in concert with the glimmer and glow of our six chandeliers. The Coach House: Our newly refurbished 200 year old barn is nothing short of magnificent for your special day. Utilizing the original silo and materials from the original barn this new space is unique, authentic and dramatic.