About This Vendor
The Farmhouse is set amidst 10 sprawling acres of lush gardens and tucked beneath the towering oak trees is this idyllic 330-year-old historical estate. The Farmhouse is a wedding and event venue, where timeless elegance is only outmatched by warm and inviting service.
Originally founded and built in 1685 by master craftsmen, The Farmhouse is the oldest known building in Hampton. The stonework in all the fireplaces is original to the building, brought in the ballasts of European ships to steady their transatlantic voyages.
The Farmhouse’s design tastefully balances the properties rich past with modern enhancements, all while maintaining its authenticity and charm. The centuries-old pastoral elements are on display in our ballroom featuring exposed beams, reclaimed barn wood, vintage fixtures, and soaring ceilings- while current design aesthetic is showcase with contemporary art and crystal chandeliers.
The Hunterton Room
The smaller event space is perfect for intimate gatherings. Recently renovated, this space has expansive views of the scenic property.
Grounds & Gardens
Lush gardens and towering trees set the scene for this 10+ acre property. Perfect for cocktail hour and ceremonies. Onsite, they offer the original Schoolhouse and Kissing Tree, perfect for photo-ops.
The bridal suite at the Farmhouse is the perfect place to start your big day. The luxurious space has everything you to prepare for your wedding. With comfortable seating, a private bathroom, salon-quality furniture, and plenty of natural light, you’ll feel pampered and ready to take on the day.
About Landmark Venues
The Cretella family is synonymous with hospitality. Merging their love of culinary and architecture with their innate business acumen, Jeanne and Frank Cretella have built Landmark Hospitality from the ground up. Not only innovators within the industry for over four decades, Jeanne and Frank – together since they were both twelve years old – have been married for close to 40 years.
- Bridal suiteTrue
- Outdoor ceremoniesTrue