About The Waring House
Host your wedding at the traditional, rustic setting of The Waring House. This charming venue is a country inn located in Picton, Ontario that features beautiful gardens and a large banquet hall to host your upcoming wedding ceremony and or reception. Your expectations with this spectacular venue will not only be met, but exceeded.
Facilities and capacity
The venue offers fabulous indoor and outdoor event spaces for both intimate and large weddings. The Gazebo is the ideal place for outdoor ceremonies, and The Waring Hall hosts ceremonies and receptions that can accommodate up to 175 guests. Along with a portable dance floor, the hall also has nine chandeliers, an audio system, a microphone, and a built-in screen. Another event space option is Prince Edward Room, situated in the main house. It features a gorgeous fireplace and can seat around 36 guests.
The dedicated and hardworking on-site wedding coordinator will take care of every detail of your wedding day. Couples can have their wedding package customized to suit their taste and style. They can bring their own vendors or select from a list of suggested vendors for DJs, officiants, photographers, and florists. Some of the venue’s services include:
The culinary experts of The Waring House will provide a menu of food made from the freshest ingredients on your special day. They offer delicious hors d’oeuvres, desserts, buffets, and plated meals. The professional staff is also happy to prepare dishes for guests with special dietary needs.
For overnight stays, couples can accommodate their guests in any of the 49 guest rooms available at the venue. Five of these rooms have their own outdoor hot tub. There are also group rates available for reserving a block of rooms for wedding guests. For guests who prefer a more modern and luxurious room, there are also accommodations available at the Quaker and Heritage Lodges for two to 175 guests.
The Waring House is not only ideal for wedding ceremonies and receptions, but also offers superior services for bridal showers, engagement parties, rehearsal dinners, and a morning-after brunch.
Guests can take advantage of the wonderful spa services offered by The Waring House. The venue provides sufficient parking space and is wheelchair accessible for family members and guests that need to be accommodated.
The Waring House is 224 kilometres from the Toronto Pearson International Airport. It is a popular choice with couples from:
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Jilian Rae · Married on 11/08/2018
Highly recommended! Food perfect, beautiful grounds and hotel close.
There was no doubt in my mind we would have our wedding here. So stunning and charming. Was perfect for our small brunch wedding. Judy our coordinator made it all so easy and perfect, the food here is always amazing. I barely had to do anything. Thank you for making our day perfect.Sent on 25/08/2018
The Waring House's reply:Thank you so much for your lovely comments, Jilian. You and your entire wedding party, family and friends were a joy to work with. All the best to you and Ryan.
The Waring House was a lovely venue that we fell in love with as soon as we visited. Henriette and Gail were professional and looked after all the details to make our day so special. They were always on hand and all the staff was so helpful and went out of their way to make things amazing! Jill and Heather were also amazing and so helpful. The day went by without any hiccups and it was just so lovely! To be noted, we were hit with a huge storm, right as we sat down for dinner. I was extremely impressed with how helpful the venue was, even handing out flashlights and battery operated votives to ensure no one would be left in the dark, should the power go out. Such a wonderful experience, I couldn't say anything better about them!Sent on 25/11/2016
The Waring House's reply:Thank you so much for your kind compliment. The staff always appreciates recognition for a job well done. Warm wishes to both of you from Henriette and myself.
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