Amazing Wedding Venue:
In October of 2009, we held our reception at Summit Manor, a beautiful early 1900s mansion. My husband and I both love the classic look and deep character of this building: hardwood flooring, big window casings, and glass chandeliers. The owner, David, was great to work with and very accommodating to whatever special requests we had. He was very promt with returning our phone calls and had many helpful suggestions on how to make the day run smoothly.
One of the biggest advantages of going with Summit Manor was that they took care of so many details for us and so much was included like linens, cihna, flatware, cake cutting, flowers for all the tables, and we could bring out own alcohol. They did of most of the set-up and clean-up, and other than packing our things into our car, we didn't have do any work. The food was fantastic. We had the carved turkey and roast beef. They allowed us to bring in our own cake (from a licensed baker) and even accommodated me when I asked them to use a special recipe for the turkey. We had some odd "extras" for the reception like 150 canned jars of goodies for favors, a popcorn bar, and an interactive photo wall. They were wonderful about setting things out when they needed to go out. Many guests complimented us on the venue choice and loved looking around the three floors and exploring all the different rooms.