Posted in Best Marin Attractions on Wednesday, July 16, 2014 by MCVB Staff
With its stunning natural beauty and clement weather, Marin is an ideal year-round choice for wedding celebrations. From redwood-shaded glens to artfully landscaped garden settings, Marin’s delightful variety of wedding venues will allow you to choose a unique setting perfectly suited for your special day. The following are a few of the top wedding venues in Marin. For a more extensive list of Marin wedding venues, visit www.visitmarin.org/meetings-events/wedding-venues.
Marin Art & Garden Center, 30 Sir Francis Drake Boulevard, Ross, 415-454-1301.
A private park that’s open to the public, this classic Marin venue offers spectacular gardens overlooked by ancient trees, rolling lawns, a butterfly habitat and native plant garden. A classic Victorian gazebo is the perfect backdrop for matrimonial vows.
Mountain Home Inn, 165 Throckmorton Avenue, Mill Valley, 800-595-2100 or 415-381-9000.
Perched high atop a woodsy ridge on Mount Tamalpais, this intimate inn provides a perfect venue for small weddings.
Deer Park Villa, 367 Bolinas Road, Fairfax, 415-456-8084.
A shady redwood glen on the grounds of a renowned restaurant captures the essence of Marin’s natural beauty. It’s perfect for al fresco wedding receptions in the woods.
The Clubhouse at Peacock Gap, 333 Biscayne Drive San Rafael, 415-453-4910.
An elegant, new 19,400-square foot facility overlooking the manicured greens and fairways of Point San Pedro’s Peacock Gap Country Club is perfect for large wedding celebrations.
Point Reyes Seashore Lodge, 10021 Highway One, Olema, West Marin, 415-663-9000.
Located in the little West Marin burg of Olema, gateway to Point Reyes National Seashore, the luxurious lodge has the ambiance of a private country estate, with a getaway, destination feel.
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