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Private Estates and Villas

Our private event spaces are members who offer unique settings and accommodations to reflect your personality and style. Whether it?s a tropical escape in a romantic villa, an upscale modern estate, or a rustic log home in the mountains, your cozy gathering will cherish the intimacy of a gorgeous private event setting.

While we are hard at work researching the best local vendors in your area, please check out our awesome Destination vendors who provide this type of service.
Holman Ranch
  Destination Venue California
Located in pastoral Carmel Valley, California, Holman Ranch provides a unique setting for weddings and special events. Affording old-world charm while providing modern day conveniences, this fully restored esta...
Biltmore
  Destination Venue North Carolina
Who says you have to go to Europe to be married at a castle? Discover Biltmore Weddings today! Just before the turn of the 20th century, George Vanderbilt opened the doors to magnificent Biltmore House, a Fren...
HammerSky Vineyards & Inn
  Destination Venue California
HammerSky Vineyards is a romantic and stylish 50 acre vineyard with a century old restored farmhouse, a white barn brought to California from New Hampshire, a winery and tasting room with views everywhere, all ...
Brympton House
  Destination Venue England
Brympton House is an exclusive-use country house wedding and reception venue set amidst the rolling Somerset hills with accommodation on a private estate for up to 40 people. The house is a historic country man...
Riverside Farm
  DESTINATION VENUE VERMONT
Riverside Farm is a luxurious private country estate in Vermont that provides an ideal and exclusive setting for you dream Vermont wedding.
Riviera Maya Haciendas
  Destination Venue Mexico
Located in the Riviera Maya, these sumptuous beachfront venues will take you back to a more romantic & traditional era, with their high vaults, cool patios and old-fashioned courtyards.
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