FEAST at Round Hill: A Lush Hudson Valley Wedding Venue with Award-Winning Catering | Sponsored | Weddings | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine
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The "perfect wedding" is an elusive and subjective ideal, but if your vision of perfection involves emerald lawns and flower gardens, a private estate, and catering by chefs with 20 years of experience crafting thoughtful menus, then FEAST at Round Hill might just hit the sweet spot.

Situated in southern Orange County, Round Hill encompasses a 12-acre estate with a gracefully restored Greek Revival house. Spacious yet intimate, Round Hill can accommodate parties of up to 200. Guests are free to wander the property, exploring the garden pathways, waterfalls, and fountains, or to cozy up by either of the two parlor fireplaces and reconnect with old friends. While most ceremonies take place outdoors on the spectacular grounds, there is an indoor space in case of poor weather. Adjoining the dining room, a 1,600-square-foot dance floor offers ample space for your friends and family to dance the night away.

Wedding planning can be overwhelming, but, according to Peter Kupersmith, owner of FEAST at Round Hill, "our event specialists guide couples through the entire planning process—from the first day through the final detail."

A member of The Knot's Hall of Fame, FEAST at Round Hill's all-inclusive wedding packages cover food, top-shelf bar, and the wedding cake, plus all gratuities and service charges. FEAST works with couples to realize their fantasy feast from hor d'oeuvres through desserts, with international, Continental, vegan, vegetarian and kosher options.

Interested in a taste of what FEAST at Round Hill has to offer? The venue holds at least two tastings and accompanying tours of the property per month, with upcoming tastings listed on their website. To learn more about FEAST at Round Hill, visit Feastcaterers.com.

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