Inn At Willow Grove Wedding
14079 Plantation Way
Orange, Virginia 22960
The Inn at Willow Grove is a luxury boutique hotel located at the heart of Central Virginia, just 90 minutes South of Washington DC, 60 minutes from Richmond and a beautiful 30 minute drive from Charlottesville. Escape. Unwind. Indulge with us at The Inn at Willow Grove!
An amazing wedding setting, The Boxwood Garden is the perfect escape for an outdoor wedding ceremony of any size or style.
on the property there are century-old boxwood trees which are shaded by Holly, Magnolia and Oaks, which keep the garden cool, comfortable, and exquisitely beautiful in every season.
With a brick pathway lined with white blooming florals leading to a pergola framing countryside vistas, the garden is ideally suited to wedding ceremonies.
Manor homes or gardens can offer more flexibility with regard to personal desires and time schedules. However, the task of coordinating is on you, and may require the assistance of a wedding coordinator.
Interview a few caterers and reception location managers, compare the cost and and services provided
When comparing cost of different locations, don¡¯t forget to add in the cost of rental equipment, such as tables, chairs, glasses, plates, silver and serving dishes, if you are considering a location that has none of these items included.
Photography by Rodney Bailey
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Take I-66 W out of the DC area. Take exit 43A to merge onto US-29 S/ Lee Hwy. Continue to follow US-29 S / US-15 S for approximately 38 miles. Take ramp to US-15 S / James Madison Highway. Turn left onto US-15 S / James Madison Highway, continue to follow US-15 S for 14.8 miles. Turn right onto Plantation Way. The Inn will be directly in front at the end of the drive. Pull directly into the circle for registration.
© Photojournalism by Rodney Bailey