Plan Your Dream Wedding at One of These Hudson Valley Barns

A beautiful barn wedding at the Barn at Liberty Farms / Photo by Ein Photography


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Brides have it good in the Hudson Valley. With bridal shops and breathtaking views galore, there are so many ways to plan an unforgettable, and unconventional, wedding. When it comes to picking the perfect venue, forgo tradition and embrace the character of the Valley by saying “I do” in one of these Pinterest-worthy barns. We guarantee it will be love at first sight.



The Barn at Liberty Farms

680 Ostrander Rd, Ghent

Located on a 300-acre certified organic farm in Ghent, The Barn embraces rustic elegance with knotty wood walls and crisp white tablescapes. Take photos on the scenic hilltop and enjoy reception cocktails on the lawn before dancing the night away in the barn and soaking up the last bits of the evening by the fire pit. With onsite amenities like a bridal prep room and add-ons like the fire pit and a cart with driver to get you to and from the most photo-friendly spots on the property, The Barn has everything you need to pull off a one-of-a-kind wedding.

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The Barn at Liberty Farms / Photo by Dreamlove Photography

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Palladian Barn and Art Barn at The Hill

65 Bells Pond Rd, Hudson

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Anyone romanticizing about a wedding in Hudson should jump on a spot at The Hill, the private 300-acre estate that has views of the Catskills and the Berkshire Mountains. Hold the ceremony inside Palladian Barn, the 1801 building that accommodates 75 to 300 people for a reception, dinner, and dancing. If you prefer an outdoor ceremony, the hilltop grounds are ideal. Afterward, herd the party to the Art Barn for a revelrous after party that comes with a fire pit. The venue has tables aplenty, tents, string lights, fans, games, and more to accommodate couples on their dream day.




Owls Hoot Barn

386 Bronck Mill Rd, West Coxsackie

If you long for a truly rustic wedding experience, look no further than Owls Hoot Barn in Greene County. The 1800s Dutch barn holds up to 180 people for dancing and dining, while the attached pavilion is a dream spot for cocktails or even for the ceremony itself. As far as photos go, you can’t ask for a more beautiful setting than the watercolor grounds of green grass, multicolor wildflowers, and brown willow trees. As a bonus, the site also boasts a red and white vintage 1965 Ford pickup truck, which makes for fun pictures. Anyone who loves vintage décor or dreams of mason jar table settings will swoon over this space.


Inside Owls Hoot Barn / Photos courtesy of venue




The Circa 1799 Barn

105 Simons Rd, Ancramdale

For a wedding that guests will talk about for years to come, consider The Circa 1799 Barn in Ancramdale. The Dutch edifice lives on a smooth 10 acres of land and is surrounded by a 300-acre dairy farm. With so much space available, couples can choose the perfect spot from among dozens of locations. The barn itself comes equipped with a large dance floor, although a tent is advisable for a larger party. Conveniently, the space is just a short drive from hip Hudson, which means that lodging for out-of-town guests is a piece of cake.


The Circa 1799 Barn is a charming wedding venue. Photos courtesy of The Circa 1799 Barn



The Barn at Red Maple Vineyard

103 Burroughs Dr, West Park

When it comes to planning an all natural barn wedding, Red Maple Vineyard is the place to go. The 143-acre property houses a renovated 1800s cow barn, a chicken coop, a grassy landscape, and active farmland. The barn is country chic, with textured wood ceilings, stained glass windows, and farmhouse décor. The tent, which connects to the main building, is ideal for larger receptions, with 28-foot high center polls, a heating/cooling system, and a stone wall and gardens. As for food, couples can request a farm-to-table wedding cake with seasonal vegetables and farm fresh eggs. 


Red Maple Vineyard / Photo by Arius Photography



The Inn at West Settlement

1117 Andrew Gray Rd, Roxbury

For a down-to-earth wedding that resembles a scene from a watercolor painting, consider the barn at The Inn at West Settlement. Nestled near the picturesque Catskill Mountains, the venue charms with a modern rustic barn that sits alongside a spring-fed pond. In season, wedding goers can stroll along the bright flower gardens and cheery blueberry orchard. The barn itself accommodates 150 people and is often used for farm-to-table dinners and reception parties. The inn resides a short distance away from the barn, making it an ideal option for overnight guests. As for the wedding itself, couples can kick off the festivities with a welcome dinner, which includes cocktails and a taco buffet, at the barn. Either the inn’s front lawn or the expansive nearby field are dreamy locations for the ceremony, which flows effortlessly into the barn in the evening. An outdoor bar next to the barn ensures that the party will stay alive into the wee hours of the night.




The Barn at Buttermilk

220 North Road, Milton

Buttermilk is one of those destinations that has it all. Hotel? Check. Restaurant? Check. Spa? Check. On top of all of that, it also boasts The Barn at Buttermilk, a cozy, rustic space that makes for dreamy wedding dinners and receptions. Bridal parties can pamper at the spa before the ceremony, then stroll over to the barn or reception patio to say “I do.” Hudson River views and a close proximity to New York City make Buttermilk an attractive venue for locals and out-of-towners who pine for a country chic wedding in the valley. Catering is a no-brainer, thanks to Henry’s at the Farm, the Inn’s onsite restaurant. The bridal party can stay the night at the inn, which is packed to the rafters with country charm.


The Barn at Buttermilk / Photos courtesy of Buttermilk Falls




The Farm at Pond Lily

365 W Pond Lily Rd, Elizaville

Located in Columbia County, Pond Lily rests amid rolling Hudson Valley hillsides and verdant skylines. On the property, a rustic red barn makes for a covetable ceremony space or reception venue from May to October. Transition seamlessly between indoors and outdoors onto the well-maintained landscape throughout the day. The interior of the barn can be configured according to a couple’s tastes, making it perfect for dancing, dinners, or lounging with friends. For a seated event, the barn can house up to 226 guests. With Pond Lily House available for rent for the bridal party or overnight guests (up to 18 of them), planning a wedding at the Elizaville hotspot is a breeze.


The Farm at Pond Lily / Photo by Pond Lily Events

The Farm at Pond Lily at night / Photo by Joshua Brown Photography


Inside the barn at Pond Lily / Left photo by Cappy Hotchkiss Photography, right photo by Turnquist Photography

Night at the Farm at Pond Lily / Photo by Joshua Brown Photography



The Barn at Handsome Hollow

5256 County Rd 28, Long Eddy

The Barn at Handsome Hollow looks at once like it has been around forever and like it was designed for Pinterest-happy wedding planners. That’s probably because it’s a bit of both. Built 240 years ago near Albany, the former dairy barn was dismantled in 2014 and relocated to Long Eddy. Now the ground is a dream venue for brides and grooms. With soaring ceilings, exposed wood beams, and a cupola on top, the destination is perfect for ceremonies, receptions, photos, and celebratory dinners. The interior seats 150 people and includes two bathrooms and a separate catering area. Banquet tables and chairs are available for easy seating, as is a portable PA system and collection of vintage props. To light up the space, the barn strings romantic twinkle lights inside, and heats things up at night with a bonfire.


The Barn at Handsome Hollow / Photo courtesy of venue


Left photo by Love Wolves Co. / Right photo by Hailey Howard

The Barn at Handsome Hollow / Photo by Jeremy Harris

A ceremony at the Barn at Handsome Hollow / Photo by Love Wolves Co.



Mount Gulian Historic Site

145 Sterling St, Beacon

When it comes to picking an unforgettable venue, you can’t do much better than Mount Gulian. The historic site is a matrimony trifecta, with a sweet red barn, a photo-friendly flower garden, and a riverside setting. The site extends across 48 acres and houses the charming Dutch Colonial home. The triangle top barn seats 140 for a sit-down dinner, making it ideal for a medium-sized ceremony. For a larger party, couples can take advantage of the riverside lawn, which can fit up to 175 for a tented reception. Although there is no lodging or restaurant onsite, the barn’s proximity to the many hotels and caterers in bustling Beacon gives couples the freedom to tailor the event to their tastes.


The barn at Mount Gulian / Photo by David Schmidt


The barn at Mount Gulian / Left photo by Jessica Smith, right photo by Emily Vista Photography

The barn at Mount Gulian / Photo by Jessica Smith



Oak Hill-on-Hudson

184 Oak Hill Rd, Hudson

Fans of the Hudson area should seriously consider a wedding at the barn at Oak Hill. The privately owned home is now open to a limited number of public ceremonies during the year. Situated on an expansive 100-acre estate, the barn accommodates 200 for a ceremony and reception, making it slightly larger than some of the other barn venues on this list. The building’s natural wood feels bright and cheery during the day and warm and inviting at night. Depending on preference, ceremonies can be held outside on the grounds or inside the barn, which works well for communal dinners and extended celebrations at night.



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Stone Tavern Farm

2080 Upper Meeker Hollow Rd, Roxbury

In addition to its day job as a 400-acre horse farm, Stone Tavern also hosts magnificent weddings for up to 400 guests. Plan a wedding weekend from start to finish at the farm, starting on Friday with a rehearsal. Choose between a Saturday wedding inside the barn or out on the waterside pavilion. After the ceremony, guests can unwind with lawn games and wildflower picking before congregating in the 12,000-square-foot hemlock barn for the reception. Perks of a barn party at Stone Tavern include the large dance floor, outdoor deck, and stage space for musical acts. Worth noting – the venue has a B.Y.O.B. policy and offers a hearty Sunday brunch the morning after the wedding.




The Catskill Mountain House

Brook Rd, Roxbury

Emmy Award-winning celebrity personality Cat Greenleaf’s conversion of her upstate home into a wedding and event space is a major boon for brides and grooms-to-be. Offering a destination wedding experience in the Hudson Valley, the mountain house loops in an impressive number of one-of-a-kind amenities, including a swimming pond, two vintage airstreams, and a modern farmhouse. The 10 acres of land host not one, but two barns. The first, a large pole barn, accommodates a reception and dancing for up to 120 people. The second, a mini-bar barn, serves up custom cocktails and beverages inside the picturesque, intimate edifice. With oh-so-gorgeous design elements and magnificent mountain views, the Roxbury venue is truly a stunner.


The Catskill Mountain House barn / Photo by James Wade

Catskill Mountain House / Photo by Alicia King Photography


Catskill Mountain House / Left photo by Alicia King Photography, right photo by The Catskill Mountain House

Catskill Mountain House / Photo by Alicia King Photography



Milk Barn

204 William Brown Rd, Hankins

Although it is more of a house than a barn, Milk Barn gets its name from its former life as a dairy barn. Nowadays, the 15-acre property serves as a vacation rental space and an intimate wedding venue. Small parties can spend a weekend or more at the semi-remote location for a vacation wedding experience. Plan for a ceremony inside the barn, which boasts a giant fireplace, a chef’s kitchen, and three bedrooms, or outside on the grounds near the tree house or swimming pool. Two onsite guesthouses accommodate an additional five guests, bringing the total overnight guests allowed to 12. Wedding parties can enjoy a quiet freedom at the barn, which is only 30 minutes away from upstate food and shopping destinations like Bethel and Livingston Manor.


The interior of Milk Barn / Milk Barn photos by Erin Lindsey




The Historic Barns of Nipmoose

59 Sherman Ln, Buskirk

Located just south of Saratoga Springs, the Historic Barns of Nipmoose take barn weddings to the next level with three beautiful, restored barns situated back to back on a rural farm landscape. The Scottish Barn, German Barn, and Corn Crib function as distinct settings in a harmonious wedding experience. For the ceremony, couples can opt to say “I do” inside the German or Scottish Barn or, more popularly, in the aspen grove by the Corn Crib. The barns are flexible in their use, and can be customized according to individual party preferences. The larger two barns work well for receptions, dinners, dancing, and after parties, while the quaint Corn Crib is perfect for memorabilia displays or as a dessert stand.


A couple poses outside of the Nipmoose barns. Photo by Heather Bohm Tallman


Inside the Nipmoose barns. Left and right photos by Renee Merlino

Outside the Nipmoose barns / Photo by Chelsea Proulx


Left: Nipmoose at night, photo by Josh Bernales / Right: the interior of Nipmoose, photo by Christina Bernales



The Preston Barn

196 E Duncan Hill Rd, Dover Plains

Thanks to a 2017 renovation, The Preston Barn at The Old Drovers Inn is ready to help lovebirds tie the knot. Guests can flow into the reclaimed space via sliding doors and mingle on the Vermont stone patio. With a catering kitchen and lengthy wooden dining tables inside, the barn is optimal for receptions and dinners. In the evening, the party can spill out onto the patio and around the fire pit. As for accommodations, The Old Drovers Inn, located right next to the barn, has six guest rooms and additional common spaces that are perfect for bridal parties and wedding prep.


Preston Barn / Photos by Sweet Alice Photography



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221 County Rte 56, Maplecrest

If a mountainside wedding is calling your name, add Hayfield to your list of venue contenders. The Catskills space is the site for two renovated barns, both of which boast modern conveniences like bathrooms, running water, and electricity. The buildings have sky-high ceilings that add to the open-air feel of the upstate setting. In regard to the ceremony and reception, the indoor/outdoor space is flexible. Couples can have an outdoor reception and ceremony followed by a dinner in the barn or switch things up with a reception in the barn and a picturesque farm style dinner on the lawn outside.


Hayfield at night / Photo by Matt Stallone


The interior of Hayfield / Left photo by Les Loups, right photo by Hayfield

A bride on the grounds at Hayfield / Photo by Elena Wolfe



Barn on the Pond

1203 Glasco Tpke, Saugerties

For small-scale wedding celebrations, Barn on the Pond is the place to go. The site, which comfortably accommodates 20 to 80 people, comes equipped with a modern rustic barn and a vintage airstream camper. Add to that an outdoor deck, pond, and fire pit, and you have everything you need to create an experiential wedding that couples and guests will remember forever. For intimate groups, the barn is a one-stop shop. After the ceremony and reception wrap, guests can overnight it at the barn, which sleeps 11, or in the camper, which accommodates four.  The onsite kitchen and dining space enhance the community environment as well. 


Barn at the Pond / Photo by Compass and Twine


Inside Barn at the Pond / Photos by John Suhar

Barn in the Pond after snowfall / Photo by John Suhar



The Roxbury Barn

667 County Rd 41, Roxbury

Unlike the other barn venues in the Hudson Valley, The Roxbury is a bank barn. The carriage style barn, which holds up to 140 people, is built into the side of a cliff. In the front, it appears both vintage and modern, thanks to its silver-gray color wash and dark roof. In the back, however, it is a prep space for caterers, who can access the bottom floor of the venue from the cliff side. The barn is old, over 160 years old, to be exact, yet it has all the amenities required of a contemporary wedding. Guests can order drinks at the interior bar or dance to the tunes that sound from the audio system. The nearby Hilltop Pavilion space is a photographer’s dream for ceremony photos, which capture couples reciting their vows in front of a backdrop of sky-high trees. Afterward, the party can amble down Spring Hill to the forested barn area for dinner and dancing, then wind down the night near the glowing bonfire.


Outside the Roxbury Barn / Photo by Jean Laurent Gaudy

Outside the barn / Photo courtesy of Roxbury Barn


Left: Bonfire at Roxbury Barn, photo by Raquel Reis / Right: Inside Roxbury Barn, photo courtesy of Roxbury Barn

A couple stands in the pine grove at Roxbury Barn. Photo by Emily Delamater


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