Historic Estates like Hacienda Sarria in Kitchener boasts Spanish architecture and beautiful lush gardens ideal for outdoor ceremonies and beautiful location for your wedding portraits. A little taste of Europe right here for your wedding ceremony and reception.
The Special Events Centre at Ground Effects Landscapes offers a beautiful, peaceful setting for your wedding day. Set on 50 landscaped acres and conveniently located Northeast of Hanover, you guest will be delighted to visit this wedding space.
Special Events Centre is equipped with an open concept kitchen and wood burning fireplace and a separate dining area. Your guests will love the perfectly manicured gardens, stone courtyard, flower gardens and the stone stable.
If you are thinking of having your wedding at this venue, then there are many choices on the property for a wedding ceremony, photographs and the reception. The Event Centre will comfortably hold approximately 60 people for a sit down dinner and up to 120 people for a stand up affair and also allocates an area for a tent if more seating is needed. There is plenty or parking, a pond, bridge, and view galore for photography.
This wonderful, full service property is ideal for small intimate weddings and large affairs.
With it's attention to detail and located conveniently near the Don Valley, Graydon Hall Manor is a elegant boutique reception facility with historic charm that wows every photographer.
Whether you are hosting an intimate wedding, or entertaining a couple hundred, the rooms at Graydon Hall are the perfect venue. This gorgeous mansion offers rooms for daytime or evening functions year round, and can host sit-down luncheons or dinners for 20 to 180 guests as well as cocktail parties from 40 to 400 guests.
I highly recommend the stunning stone terrace for your event overlooking the perfectly manicured gardens with or without a tented canopy to host your event's friends or family up to 250 people.
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