Exchange Vows Under the Canopy of Towering Trees
Weddings at Benbow Historic Inn are wonderful celebrations of love. With over 8,000 square feet of combined indoor and outdoor venue space, every wedding at Benbow Historic Inn is the most important wedding ever held.
Our exceptional Northern California venue will transform your special day into a one-of-a-kind wedding celebration that is timeless and memorable.
Outdoor receptions with plated meals or buffets are popular at Benbow Historic Inn. With a seating capacity of 180, our Terrace is the ideal space for large receptions. The terrace can also be tented for smaller receptions.
During the spring, fall and winter months when the weather is less predictable, our adjoining Dining Room, Lobby and Lounge can seat a combined group of 110. Total capacity of the terrace (tented or open), our dining room, lobby and lounge is 200.
Many options are available to customize your special day. Benbow Historic Inn is both a ceremony and a reception site. Whether it's our intimate rose garden, scenic lawn, charming terrace or dedicated halls near our golf course, all are available to create a magical celebration.
A Departure From The Ordinary
We work intimately to help you realize all of your wedding day dreams and desires. We attend to every detail as if this was the most important wedding ever held. Because it is – it’s yours.
It’s no wonder that generations of families return to Benbow Historic Inn to celebrate their most special moments. From in the intimacy of private vows in our Rose Garden to the splendor of an exquisite back lawn ceremony, Benbow Historic Inn has hosted magnificent weddings for over 85 years.
No two Benbow weddings and receptions are identical. Each is orchestrated and tailored to your unique needs and expectations. Our talented Executive Chef would be delighted to work with you to create the perfect menu.
For immediate assistance, please call or email our Food & Beverage Director, David Bagley for a quick overview on our services.
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