Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Recommend replacing the chairs with an arbor for a Riverside ceremony site. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
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Top view of main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
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"Foundation" garden:  Historic house foundation often used for on-site ceremonies. - Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
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View looking into main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View of the ceremony site with wedding/bridal suite in background. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View into main event barn and barn courtyard area used for tented receptions.Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View from stone foundation site overlooking venue area. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Main event barn interior view. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View of main event barn overlooking outdoor reception area. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Lofted barn ceilings make for spacious open feel.
Patio off of bridal suite barn overlooking ceremony site with event barn in distance. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View from potential ceremony site, overlooking the Connecticut River. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Wedding/bridal suite barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View from parking field overlooking venue
Sunset from the field alongside the Connecticut River available for ceremonies.
One of many flower fields located on the property. Taken in early June when lupines are blooming! Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Dirt road leading down to the river. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Recommend replacing the chairs with an arbor for a Riverside ceremony site. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
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Top view of main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
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"Foundation" garden:  Historic house foundation often used for on-site ceremonies. - Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
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View looking into main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View of the ceremony site with wedding/bridal suite in background. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View into main event barn and barn courtyard area used for tented receptions.Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View from stone foundation site overlooking venue area. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Main event barn interior view. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View of main event barn overlooking outdoor reception area. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View inside main event barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Lofted barn ceilings make for spacious open feel.
Patio off of bridal suite barn overlooking ceremony site with event barn in distance. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View from potential ceremony site, overlooking the Connecticut River. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Wedding/bridal suite barn. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
View from parking field overlooking venue
Sunset from the field alongside the Connecticut River available for ceremonies.
One of many flower fields located on the property. Taken in early June when lupines are blooming! Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Dirt road leading down to the river. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
Recommend replacing the chairs with an arbor for a Riverside ceremony site. Photo Credit: Oh Darling Photography
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$4,100

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LocationClaremont, New Hampshire

Connecticut River Barn

Located just over 2 hours from Boston and right along the Connecticut River, sits the quaint wedding venue of Connecticut River Barn. Formally a dairy barn and a local ice cream shop, this venue has been family owned since 2001 and the family has been continually renovating the property ever since to make it somebody's dream wedding venue.

Host your ceremony right along the property's garden looking out to the dairy barn with the hand-made branch arbor to say "I Do" in front of all of your family and friends. Allow for a free-flowing cocktail hour with lawn games right along the meadow of milkweed, supporting the farm's booking monarch butterfly population, you could also allow for the cocktail hour to flow right into the Connecticut River Barn itself. Your reception can be held in the barn or if your guest number is over 110 people, there's more than enough room for a tented reception. With a property this diverse, you'll truly be able to hold your outdoor or barn wedding that you've always dreamt of.

Barn

Barn

Indoor

Indoor / Outdoor

Guest Capacity

110 / 250

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Summary

Flat Price:$4,100

Includes:

  • One Wedding Per Weekend?
  • Online Planning Tools?
  • No Required Vendors
  • Credit Card Enabled?
  • Pay-as-you-go Financing?
  • Vendor Recommendations
  • Venue Logistics Support

Call or Text: 1–833–MVenues (683–6837)

Local Accommodations

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Complimentary Amenities

  • Tables - 5 12 ft long wooden banquet tables with wooden benches seating 70 guests are included in the venue price.
  • Restrooms - 3 On-site.
  • Parking - 150 parking spots available on the field.
  • Ceremony Arch - Handmade wooden branch arch included for the ceremony.
  • Cellular Service - Full service.
  • Kitchen - Indoor space with lots of counter space, sinks with running water, power, Refridgerator, and Freezer available.
  • Electric Power - Commercial grade power is available.

Amenities to Rent *

  • Tables
  • Chairs
  • Tent

* Recommendations Available

More Details

  • Temporary Fire-Pits ($100/each). Includes wood and host starting fire. Renter maintains fire.
  • Venue use for on-site rehearsal dinner or post wedding day brunch - $300 for up to 60 guests for 3 hours. Larger or longer events considered upon request.

Indoor capacity: 110

Outdoor capacity: 250

Event End Time: 10 pm

Style: Barn, Farm, Gardens, Field, Forest

Region: New Hampshire

Reception Type: Indoor/Outdoor

Venue Rules

No picking flowers/plants in gardens & fields.

Smoking Policy: No smoking indoors. Smoking outdoors in designated areas only.

Open Flame Policy: Flameless candles are allowed inside the barns, candles outside of the barns must be in enclosed containers.

Pet Policy: Pets considered upon request.

Fireworks: Sparklers are ok, Fireworks require town approval.

Trash and Recycling: Separation of recycling & trash is required and it is to be bagged and moved to a designated area.

Noise: No amplified music past 9pm.

General Rental Policies

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Insurance: Renters must secure a minimum $1M Special Event Liability Insurance liability policy from an approved vendor, or obtained through Mayflower Venues directly within 30 days of their event.

Security Deposit: In case of damages, Mayflower requires a $1,000 security deposit before any event.

Alcohol: Compliance with all local laws regarding alcohol service is required. At a minimum, bartenders must be certified and insured. Licensing must be in accordance with state laws.

Caterers: Outside caterers permitted. Renters must hire a licensed and insured caterer for their event.

Vendors: All selected vendors must be certified, licensed and insured, and provide supporting documentation.

Trash and Recycling: Renters are responsible for cleaning and returning the venue to its original condition. This includes consolidation and disposal of all waste and recycling in accordance with venue rules, including food and alcohol waste, floral, decor, and signage. Renters must also remove any large temporary structures brought onto the property for their event. Failure to do so, may result in a security deposit deduction.

Tents: Outdoor venues require tent reservations to ensure adequate rain plan.

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Photo Credits: Oh Darling Photography