Our gazebo is located at the base of the beautiful Jackson Falls (weather permitting) and is a popular location for ceremonies. We will set this location up with red carpet and wedding chairs. This location is suitable for wedding ceremonies of up to 200 guests.
The Amster Cottage was built in 1920 and makes ideal accommodations for your bridal party. In addition to four beautifully decorated guest rooms this cottage has its own lobby and an 8-person outdoor hot tub and a sauna in a center courtyard. The Amster lawn with its little bridge, fountains and flowers makes a picture perfect backdrop for your ceremony. We will set it up with garden chairs and aisle runner.
Arbor on our Back Lawn
The back lawn of The Wentworth with mature pines and maple trees is a natural setting for your ceremony. Our arbor, aisle runner, chairs will be all set up and you can decorate to your individual tastes. A convenient and unobstructed view and an easy stroll back to the main inn for your reception.
For bridal couples who prefer an indoor ceremony (or as a backup to a day with inclement weather) our spacious lobby with grand staircase is an ideal location for up to 200 guests. We will close it exclusively for your ceremony for your complete privacy. Furniture will be rearranged and chairs will be placed for your guests comfort.
Jackson Community Church
Why not choose the Jackson Community Church for your ceremony and then walk across the street to The Wentworth. The natural light is beautiful, and it’s so quaint, so “Jackson”… Reverend Gail Pomeroy Doktor not only speaks from the heart, but she keeps things fun and really hits home major key points on what the significance of the wedding day is all about.
Please call Joanne Turner at 603-986-5018. Pricing as of May 2016 $1000.00
Jackson Village and the surrounding area are plentiful with dramatic backdrops for those of you more adventurous in choosing your wedding ceremony locations. We have seen them take place on the rocks of the Jackson waterfalls, on top of Cathedral Ledge, on the shores of Echo Lake and most recently in Tuckerman’s Ravine.