Early fall aerial view of main home and property.
Bar and reception tents.
Fullscreen
Friends and family gather before the ceremony begins.
Ceremony site in front of white split-rail fencing.
Natural ceremony decor along white split-rail fencing.
Friends and family look on with break-taking views of the couple and natural surroundings.
Rustic barn set amidst rolling fields.
Rustic barn serves as unique photo backdrop.
Alternate view of main home.
Ceremonial arch over iconic mountain view in front of split rail fencing.
Rolling fields provide plenty of space for photos between ceremony and reception.
View of grounds and reception tent in the distance.
Reception tent with fully covered floor.
Tented reception underneath large pole tent.
Alternate view of outdoor tented reception site.
An inside look at an outdoor tented reception.
Tented reception at night.
Historic barn adds charm and provides unique photo backdrop.
Main home on the grounds.
Ceremonial arch and split-rail fencing.
This working farm is home to chickens too!
Fall foliage tree-lined drive.
Early fall aerial view of main home and property.
Bar and reception tents.
Fullscreen
Friends and family gather before the ceremony begins.
Ceremony site in front of white split-rail fencing.
Natural ceremony decor along white split-rail fencing.
Friends and family look on with break-taking views of the couple and natural surroundings.
Rustic barn set amidst rolling fields.
Rustic barn serves as unique photo backdrop.
Alternate view of main home.
Ceremonial arch over iconic mountain view in front of split rail fencing.
Rolling fields provide plenty of space for photos between ceremony and reception.
View of grounds and reception tent in the distance.
Reception tent with fully covered floor.
Tented reception underneath large pole tent.
Alternate view of outdoor tented reception site.
An inside look at an outdoor tented reception.
Tented reception at night.
Historic barn adds charm and provides unique photo backdrop.
Main home on the grounds.
Ceremonial arch and split-rail fencing.
This working farm is home to chickens too!
Fall foliage tree-lined drive.
Early fall aerial view of main home and property.
$4,200
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LocationBrownfield, Maine

The Timberline

$4,200

Guest Capacity Max Capacity: 250 (outdoor)

Mountain View Style: Mountain View

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With 40 acres of open fields, this 180 year old timber farm maintains all original buildings and enjoys breathtaking mountain views. Family owned and operated, this farm rests on the Western Maine border just minutes from New Hampshire and only 2.5 hours from Boston, allowing easy access for friends and family, with all the benefits of the great outdoors.

Reception Capacity

Max Outdoor

250

Max Indoor

Not available

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Amenities

Complimentary Amenities

This venue’s price includes the following:

  • Included

    Parking

  • Included

    Ceremony Arch

  • Included

    Electric Power

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Mandatory Rentals

These items are not available at this venue and need to be rented through outside vendors:

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    Tables

  • $+

    Chairs

  • $+

    Tent

  • $+

    Restrooms (Flushable Trailers / Portable)

Mayflower Services Heart Tent

These exclusive services come with your venue when you book through Mayflower Venues:

  • Included

    Online planning toolkit

  • Included

    Wedding website

  • Included

    Custom logistics support

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    Pay-as-you-go financing

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    Credit card enabled payments

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    Secure payment

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Venue Price: $4,200

Includes:
  • One wedding per weekend?
  • Complimentary amenities
  • Online planning toolkit?
  • Vendor recommendations?
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Why Mayflower Venues?

One Wedding Per Weekend

All Mayflower venue rentals include one event and exclusive 72-hour access to the property, giving you the opportunity to share in a special celebration with your guests while leaving time for set up and breakdown.

Bring-your-own Vendors

With no vendor restrictions at any of our venues, Mayflower Venues allows you to assemble the right team of licensed and insured event professionals to fully customize your space and bring your vision to life.

Online Planning Tools

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Policies

Mayflower Venues and the host have set some rules that you will be asked to agree to upon booking.

Venue Rental Policies

Pets permitted upon notification.
No camping or overnight tenting.
No fireworks due to town ordinance.

  • Event End Time: 11 pm
  • Smoking Policy: Authorized.
  • Open Flame Policy: Authorized with permission from local fire department.

Town Ordinances:
No fireworks.

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.
  • Restrooms: Couples must rent a minimum of 1 restroom per 100 guests.
  • Tents: Outdoor venues require tent reservations to ensure adequate rain plan.