The Inn at Mount Pleasant

How do I start describing its beauty? Oh, yes: Firstly, a hidden gem! Secondly, a charming restored farmhouse, and third? A lovely, quiet private property for you to just relaaaax. Well, folks, these are just some of the ways to describe The Inn at Mount Pleasant wedding venue, located in Litchfield County Torrington, Connecticut. This delightful 1800s farmhouse is part of the 70-acre Mt. Pleasant Farm. It has been completely updated so you can enjoy spectacular sunsets and distant views from its spacious deck. If you’re looking for a place to have your wedding, this is the place to be.

This private bread and breakfast boast spectacular outdoor views, highlighted by rolling hills and green fields. As you look out from inside the farm, you can feast your eyes on the natural beauty of the area, including some bluebird boxes where colorful fledglings are darting in and out. The Inn at Mount Pleasant wedding venue is underscored by a big red barn, once the home of dairy cows, which is now fully restored and outfitted to host private events such as weddings.

This enchanting venue offers a wide range of facilities for all kinds of wedding styles, including:

  • An 18th-century farmhouse
  • 70-acre land that offers enjoyment in nature’s unspoiled beauty 
  • Have the best of both worlds — a charming 18th-century-old farmhouse with 21st-century amenities
  • Rent the entire property all weekend (Check-in on Friday, have your wedding on Saturday, and check out on Sunday)
  • Complete access to the property with hiking and mountain biking activities – give your guests an adventurous day to remember
  • A golf hole for the whole party to relax and enjoy

If you are still searching for your perfect venue be sure to bookmark our List of Wedding Venues in CT!

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Inn at Mount Pleasant

Address

505 University Dr, Torrington, CT 06790, United States

phone number

+1 845-546-2553

venue type

Farmhouse, Inn, Barn

Brief History Of Inn at Mount Pleasant

The Inn at Mount Pleasant is a lovely renovated 18th century New England farmhouse situated over 70 acres of land. The property gives you stunning views to the south and west. This alluring Connecticut wedding venue is accentuated by green meadows, wooded areas, rustic stone walls, a historic barn, and trails to Nickel Brook Creek. They have been one of the most sought-after wedding places in the area in recent years, thanks to the personal attention they give their guests. They only host one wedding each weekend, which is awesome — the attention is all on you and your significant other.

Noteworthy Features

There are several remarkable features in this sweet and quiet property. Their private setting, stressing the gorgeous views, authentic barn, and Bed & Breakfast will help you create a one-of-a-kind wedding. They only host one wedding each weekend, giving you their 100 percent attention.

 

A big, red barn at The Inn at Mount Pleasant wedding venue is a perfect place to exchange your vows. Once the home of dairy cows, it is now fully restored and outfitted to host your dream wedding.

 

Exclusivity is another plus point in this endearing Connecticut wedding venue. Since they only host one wedding each weekend, you can check in on Friday, have your wedding on Saturday, and check out on Sunday.

Accommodations for Ceremonies

All of their wedding packages include the rental of the entire property (four rooms for two nights, with continental breakfast included) and the grounds. These rooms are the Mount Pleasant Suite, Mason Deming Room, Nickel Brook Room, and the John Brown Room. The rooms are sized at an estimated 400 square feet each. 

Pricing, Packages, and Potential Fees

The Inn at Mount Pleasant wedding venue wants you to turn your dream wedding into a reality — whether it’s a tented event for up to 200 guests or reserve their authentic revamped barn, which seats up to 150 guests comfortably. Their Weekend Wedding Packages start at $8600. For more information, check out their website or give them a call.

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I’m Gary Pope, the lead photographer of Love Long and Prosper.  I’m your typical super-geeky dude turned photography enthusiast who just loves capturing quirky couples!

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