Catering to Groups and Large Capacity Parties
Our bed and breakfast is equipped to host your luncheon, party, wedding or special event in our cozy lower level event room. We can host events and parties up to 50 people! Call now to book your next party with Edgewood Plantation.
Meetings, Banquets and Receptions… a Unique Setting at Edgewood Plantation
For groups up to 50, Edgewood offers a singular environment for corporate meetings or banquets. Our basement Tavern, which was used as the home’s kitchen, features old warming ovens that now house TVs and VCRs. The tavern features pre-Civil War antiques, a working fireplace, tavern bar and comfortable seating. Audiovisual equipment and podiums are available with 72-hour advance notice. Our staff caterer/chef can provide meals, hors d’oeuvres and beverages for any taste or budget. There is a minimum of ten guests for group reservations.
For reservations, call 804-829-2962
Wedding & Reception Site Near Williamsburg
Our all inclusive Intimate Wedding Package includes a fully decorated mansion, champagne, and a minister for only $500! This package caters to two people. Price varies according to how many people will be attending and if you intend on staying the night in our honeymoon suite.
Our Formal Gardens & Pool…
Our guests can relax by strolling through our formal gardens, bird watching, picnicking alongside our wooded stream, sipping wine or champagne from a custom gift basket in one of our two gazebos, or taking a refreshing dip in our swimming pool. Many a girl has been proposed to in this beautiful garden.
Weddings That Are Unforgettable…
Edgewood’s specialty is small, highly personalized weddings that recall the intimate splendor of an elegant, romantic past. Our wedding venue near Williamsburg, VA can accommodate weddings ranging in size from 2-125 guests, whether contemporary or Victorian, we can meet all of your needs, including minister, flowers, photographer, music, catered reception, cake and an onsite chef. Edgewood also provides an ideal environment for wedding portraits. The plantation’s living room was used as a church for local worshippers during the Civil War.