Marsden Hall sits in the center of the property where the original cotton gin once sat. This beautifully transformed space can seat up to 279 people for wedding ceremonies, but can be used for any type of event. The building consists of the main room with a gorgeous chandelier and built-in stage. Adjacent to the main room is The Attendant's Lounge. Complete with a soft-seating area, a baby grand piano, and white brick walls- this room is the perfect backdrop for photos.
The Banquet Hall
The banquet hall is the largest building on the property holding four separate rooms including the main room, The Caldwell Room, The Savannah room, and The Groom's Lounge. It runs parallel to the train tracks and has exterior courtyards on each side. Complete with 3 custom locally-made iron chandeliers, The Banquet Hall can be used for any type of event and can hold up to 436 guests! This building also has it's own satellite kitchen so the in-house caterer, Hallie Jane's Catering, can serve with ease.
The Bridal Suite
The bridal suite is the most modern of the all the buildings. This tiny building once served as an office. Since, it has been transformed! The front room is carpeted and has multiple couches, and mirrors as well as a full length mirror. The bridal party has the option to do their makeup and hair here if they choose. The back room we designated specifically for the bride. It has a chaise lounge and a vanity and offers a more secluded space for the bride to get ready. The bridal suite, like the grooms lounge also comes with a complimentary mini fridge and a Keurig with accompanying pods.
The Groom's Lounge
The Groom's Lounge is located at the very end of the banquet hall, separated from the main room by The Savannah Room and The Caldwell Room. It has an upstairs loft area complete with a flat-screen television and a leather couch so the groom and his groomsmen can relax in style. The downstairs of the groom's lounge has multiple seating areas as well as a complimentary Coca-Cola refrigerator and Keurig with accompanying coffee pods.
The Interior Courtyard
The front courtyard sits comfortably between Marsden Hall and The Banquet Hall. With strung edison lights, adirondack chairs and a few highboys tables, this scene sets the perfect tone for cocktail hour. After the ceremony guests will mingle outside before entering into The Banquet Hall for the wedding reception. Did we forget to mention the massive warehouse that sits behind the courtyard and offers the perfect picturesque backdrop? Without a doubt, this is our favorite location on the property.
The Pasture-Side Courtyard
The pasture-side courtyard is nestled between the banquet hall and the train tracks. The courtyard is complete with antique syrup kettle fire pits, adirondack chairs, strung edison lights, and the original blacksmith shed! Aside from offering countless picture opportunities, it offers extreme privacy with nothing but pastures past the tracks. The blacksmith shed can be used for anything including another bar location- the possibilities are endless.