About This Vendor

Logan Inn features modern-day luxury in every single facet of a wedding venue. Opulent design balanced with a warm atmosphere and delicious food results in events that exude style and authenticity. A Logan Inn wedding shares the common thread of all Landmark venues, allowing guests to truly submerge themselves in a setting filled with history and luxurious design, accompanied by an unmatched level of hospitality.

Established in 1727 and steeped in tradition, the Logan Inn stands as the oldest operating inn in America. After two years of construction, Landmark Hospitality completed an expansion and renovation of the property, transforming it into a boutique hotel experience with curated entertainment for travelers and locals alike.

Logan Inn Spaces

Grand Ballroom
Logan Inn’s unique features- reclaimed wood ceilings with a twinkling light chandelier, eight-foot confetti art on fused glass windows, and the dramatic stone flooring couples with a cocktail space and whiskey lounge- create a beautiful wedding aesthetic and thoughtful experience.

Rock Room
An edgy space featuring a 3,000-bottle wine cellar, large-scale rock-and-roll art, pool table, and marble checkered floors.

Whiskey Lounge
Whiskey Lounge, the speakeasy-style bespoke temple to brown spirits. Fine drinking in the leather strapped back bar, while it is easy to get distracted by one of the craft cocktails the unique collection of bourbon is the real draw.

Hotel Rooms
Consisting of 38 rooms, each are uniquely appointed and distinct, but all sharing an enthusiasm for architecture, art, design, and colorful luxury. The rooms come in multiple layouts and sizes, from single beds to suites, providing options that will match anyone’s needs.

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.