The Barn at Gibbet Hill wedding venue is nestled in Groton, MA about an hour outside of Boston in Groton, Massachusetts. This wedding venue is an absolute dream venue if you love a rustic and chic wedding! It is perfect for couples looking to host an event that marries tasteful glamour, New England charm, and fairytale intrigue. It is a fantastic setting for any indoor or outdoor celebration. Winter, spring, summer or fall…you can’t go wrong with any season! In other words, farmhouse chic has truly never looked better. And it’s in trend these days. The local wedding photographers in Groton MA area are blessed with such a beautiful, easy commute wedding venue.
The Barn at Gibbet Hill offers a handful of scenic locations. The outdoor ceremony, extra large deck cocktail area, and high ceiling, multi- level reception room with rustic wooden beams and chandeliers while it’s set on acres of manicured rolling hills.
First, the venue’s massive lawn is a great natural ceremony location if, for instance, the couple prefers the simple beauty of the outdoors. And, the view from the lawn includes a few grazing cattle! As a result, animal lovers will certainly enjoy the possibility of making new furry friends.
On the other hand, 220 people can comfortably dance the night away inside the 100-year-old restored post and beam barn. The barn is spacious yet intimate, because metal chandeliers and twinkling lights flood the dining area and dance floor with warm, bright light. Also, wood accents and modern amenities mesh to create a rustic modern feel.
Here is the most show-stopping aspect of The Barn at Gibbet Hill wedding venue. It has the majestic views that lie high above the ground. You will be able to overlook at the Top of the Hill. Mt. Monadnock, Mt. Watatic, and Mt. Wachusett which surround this wedding venue in its entirety. The General Bancroft’s Castle, is the ivy-covered remnants of an aging stone hunting lodge. It will mesmerize couples and their guests with its otherworldly aesthetic. This location is unique and versatile whether your vision is romantic, edgy, or somewhere in between, .
So, brides! No need for you to look any further. This would be it if you’re dreaming of living out a magical fantasy on your wedding day. You’ll feel like you’ve been transported straight into your favorite fantastical stories at this venue.
Most importantly, there’s no shortage of aesthetically pleasing options if photography is high up on your list of priorities. Above all, this award-winning location provides every kind of image you could ever imagine wanting to look back on in the years to come. All in all, moody vibes and bright and airy images combine harmoniously to achieve any couple’s vision.
Now, let’s talk about their food. There are couple of other wedding venues in Groton, MA. However, as a local wedding photographer in Groton area, I don’t think I’ll find anywhere else has the juice, tender filet mignon like Gibbet Hill. The Gibbet Hill has two buildings on site which The Barn at Gibbet Hill is one of them which is for wedding event only. Another building is called Gibbet Hill Grill which is open for public dinning. Well, I never attended a wedding at Gibbet Hill before. However, I have had plenty of delicious filet mignon at Gibber Hill Grill since I moved to Dunstable and discover this fine dinning restaurant in Groton.
Do you know The Gibbet Hill has its own farm with 80 acres of land right behind the Gibbet Hill Grill? Nothing beats the fresh supplies in a food industry, am I right? From the a Black Angus cattle farm to growing produce for its own restaurants and other businesses within the Webber Restaurant Group, such as The Bancroft and Fireside.
The farm is a fun place to visit while you are waiting for your table. Especially if you are bring your kids along.
As a wedding photographer in Groton area, I always love to Gibbet Hill for some perfect photos. I have done an engagement session at The Barn at Gibbet Hill. It was a chilly day in Feb. But everything on that hill behind The Barn at Gibbet Hill was so quiet and still. It was peaceful. The bare tree branches and brown grass on the hill gave a whimsical vibe. I never thought a winter outdoor session would be beautiful. But I loved it instead.
The later spring after this engagement session, I return to Gibbet Hill and explored Gibbet Hill Castle, also known as Bancroft Castle. The mysterious remains of Gibbet Hill Castle intrigued me for a wedding styled shoot. But first, you have to climb up a steep hill to reach the top. I was huffing and puffing. But it was all worth it because it is truly incredible location with a history and amazing view.
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