Congratulations! You’re engaged and ready to start planning the day of your dreams. Host a weekend wedding and say “I Do” in the Sullivan Catskills. Your guests will be treated to a celebration they will never forget… From full-service resorts and bed and breakfasts to cozy inn’s and backyard tents, you’ll be amazed by all the options to celebrate your big day.
In addition to the following venues with lodging, the Sullivan Catskills has many talented wedding planners, caterers, florists, DJ’s, bakers and more. So, start planning – we’re here to help.
Upcoming Bridal Shows…
Sunday, March 11: Blue Hill
1-4pm • $8 for pre-registered couples, $5 for each additional guest
$10 at the door without pre-registration
Sunday, March 18: The Sullivan
Doors Open at Noon • Free Admission
Host a Weekend Wedding in the Sullivan Catskills
ECCE Bed & Breakfast
If you’re looking to say “I Do” with the most breathtaking view as your backdrop, look no further than ECCE Bed and Breakfast. This intimate setting that can accommodate up to 75 guests with 5 elegantly appointed rooms for guest accommodations. Plus, they’re flexible and allow you to select own vendors (caterers, music, flowers, tent, etc.) – they have an array of resources for you to tap into. ECCE was named “Top 12 Romantic Getaways on the Eastern Seaboard” from The Discerning Traveler and Ranks in the top 1% of all lodging worldwide by Trip Advisor.
Wedding Tip: For outdoor venues ensure your alternative indoor option is as satisfying as the outdoor option. And, outdoor weddings in prime season book early – try to plan your date at least one year in advance.
Beaverkill Valley Inn
Beaverkill Valley Inn specializes in memorable destination weekend weddings. Menus are unique and individually tailored by using the freshest ingredients from local farms. Chef Galen will work with you personally to create the event of your dreams. The Inn has 19 rooms which will be held for your family and friends, and all amenities are available for guest use including the private trout stream, indoor heated swimming pool, basketball court, fitness center, etc. Weddings of 50-250 are welcome year-round; indoor space is available for ceremonies, dancing and dining. In warmer seasons, ceremonies may be held outdoors in many locations on the grounds and meadows.
Wedding Tip: Choose your date and venue as soon as possible, everything else will fall into place once that is done. We suggest a tour, sample a meal and walk the grounds to understand what each venue can offer to make your destination wedding wonderful.
The Arnold House
If you are looking for a rustic country backdrop but don’t want to compromise on great local food for your dream wedding, The Arnold House may be just what you are looking for! They host weddings year-round and can comfortably accommodate up to 200 guests. Located 2 hours north of NYC, this country retreat specializes in rustic barn and outdoor weekend weddings on their beautiful grounds with ceremonies in their meadows near the pond. They also offer cozy cold-weather affairs with roaring wood stoves and comfortable indoor seating. A dedicated and passionate team will make sure your wedding is a weekend to remember – full of memories amidst loved ones. Pricing in high season starts at $175 per person for the 2019 wedding season with no site fee inclusive of a 3-hour open bar.
Wedding Tip: Don’t forget to plan a lunch…with bubbles! As you get ready for the big day, be sure to snack. The Arnold House offers sandwich service and bottles of bubbles as you finish up makeup, hair and vows.
The North Branch Inn
With roots immersed in Americana history, the North Branch Inn is a hidden treasure just two hours North of NYC. Focusing on intimacy, romance and locally sourced menus, your wedding weekend will be one for the books with a multitude of one of kind backdrops, making you and your guests feel a world apart. Toast to cocktail hour in their lavish gardens and end the night in their handset wooden bowling alley dating back to the early 1900’s. Menus are carefully handcrafted and created for each season. Wedding parties big or small, are hosted year round and will hands down bring out the food lover in you. Pricing starts at $195 a person inclusive of a three-hour open bar and eight-course meal.
Wedding Tip: When booking, see what the venue’s curfew is. You always want to make sure you get the most of your party and not be cut short. NBI likes to move their parties inside after 10pm for bowling & late night snacks.
One of the last remaining hotels in our area to stand the test of time, The DeBruce was originally built in the 1880s and boasts decades of comfort soaked into her walls. She sits on a ledge overlooking the Willowemoc Valley and its namesake river in upstate New York’s Catskill Park two hours from NYC. A wedding at The DeBruce offers a place where you can at one instance be surrounded by the warmth of friendship of family and friends and in the next find deep-rooted, intimacy – just the two of you – amongst the mountains. With its 14 guest rooms, access to 600+ acres of private land spanning two mountains, a river, several ponds and a private pool, the culinary experience is undoubtedly the fulcrum of your journey as a new couple, which tells a story throughout your entire wedding celebration. Pricing starts at $395 per person for 100-120 guests with no site fee.
The Eagle’s Nest
Located high atop the Shawangunk Mountain Range at an elevation of 1600 feet sits The Eagle’s Nest. Large picture windows in the private banquet rooms and the scenic deck provide a stunningly beautiful atmosphere to enhance your affair. Coupled with their award-winning cuisine and presentation, as well as their guest services including overnight accommodations in country cabins, your wedding will become one of the fondest lifetime memories for you and your guests.
Whether, it’s for a weekend event for 40, or a day event for 250, Blue Hill is another great option. Located on the Neversink River, where you and your guests can fish, swim or take a leisurely stroll and enjoy first-class dining at the Blue Hill Café. They can customize your menu, help you find the best vendors and can assist with all planning – if you’d like. Plus, you and your guests can stay in their quaint cabin or picturesque lodge rooms.
Villa Roma Resort & Conference Center
Whether for a memorable evening or for a weekend-long event, The Villa Roma will make your day special. The Beechwoods Restaurant & Country Club overlooks their beautiful 18 hole golf course and Callicoon’s rolling hills, serving from 100-275 guests. A charming gazebo overlooks the 9th green for a stunning outdoor ceremony – or wedding photographs.The Villa Roma Resort and Conference Center is unrivaled in the region. Upon entering the hotel, guests are welcomed with a dramatic staircase that leads to the Main Ballroom – where 16-foot windows overlook a striking front circle complete with statues, gardens, and fountains, serving up to 450 guests.
Lazy Pond Bed & Breakfast, Catskill Mountains Resort and
The Sullivan Events Center
Lazy Pond Bed and Breakfast sits on twelve acres of beautiful views and is perfect for your special day. Plan your whole weekend – or pieces of it. In addition to weddings, they also host rehearsal dinners, the morning after breakfast and bridal showers too.
The Mansion House at Catskill Mountains Resort boasts a full-service restaurant and separate Terrace room. Plus, all facilities are available for full rental for larger weddings and special group rates are available.
Your wedding should be a dream come true, but planning it shouldn’t be a nightmare. Surrounded by contemporary elegance, The Sullivan Event Center is the perfect venue for your special day. They offer complete wedding packages starting at $99 per person, and their on-staff wedding planner is available to guide you through the process of creating your perfect day.
There are lots of additional venues with lodging too – Horse & Hounds Bed and Breakfast, Burn Brae Mansion, The Rockland House, Rolling River Café & Inn, and Tennanah Lake Golf & Tennis Club. Each unique in their own right – be sure to explore their offerings.