Stonover Farm is happy to host your wedding.
We regret that we have a very limited number of opportunities each year.
2015 is completely booked.
Please contact us about weddings for 2016.
Stonover Farm is truly a magical wedding setting. We’re situated on 10 beautiful acres with a duck pond. The wedding couple has a choice of a 4-acre field for a tented wedding or a magnificent haybarn for a barn wedding. The hay barn can accommodate up to 200 for dinner and dancing. The field is large enough for any size tent, and the ceremony is typically held on the barn ramp, with guest seating on the lawn.
The lawn by the duck pond is perfect for a post-ceremony, pre-dinner champagne or cocktail reception.
Our luxury suites can accommodate up to 14 guests, with the bride and groom enjoying the spacious, private and superbly appointed School House Suite. Wedding guests may stay in our other suites or at any number of local hotels and B&B’s, all within a few miles.
Stonover Farm is just two and a half hours from New York or Boston. It combines generosity of space with a feeling of intimacy – we’re connected to a full complement of wedding service people, caterers, rental, tents etc. and we’re happy to help you plan a unique and memorable country wedding.
All photos for this page taken by Jason Houston.
Stonover Farm looks like it’s straight out of storybook with its detailed, blue-trimmed hay-barn and lush, manicured grounds. As if the setting couldn’t sound sweeter, we’d like to point out the charming duck pond (!), greenhouse + grand country inn (perfect for guest accommodations for the big day). Since they only host a few weddings each year, availability is extremely limited, only adding to this place’s appeal. If you’re getting hitched in Massachusetts in 2016, reach out…
Takes a Village: Country-chic weddings created with DIY style. Excerpt from Berkshire Magazine, September 2014, by Jessica Provenz.
Lily Thorne and Simon Davenport wanted a modern/country wedding but had a strict budget of $20,000. So, Thorne’s family got creative. “For months, my family went out into the woods to forage for moss for the centerpieces,” says Thorne, a West Stockbridge native and merchandise manager at Bird, a Brooklyn-based fashion boutique. She wanted to get married at the Barn Gallery at Stonover Farm in Lenox.
Your Hand in Marriage Excerpt from The New York Times, MAY 7, 2014 by JULIE LASKY Lily Thorne and Simon Davenport wanted a modern/country wedding but had a strict budget of $20,000. So, Thorne’s family got creative. “For months, my family went out into the woods to forage for moss for the centerpieces,” says Thorne, a West Stockbridge native and merchandise manager at Bird, a Brooklyn-based fashion boutique. She wanted to get…