We are an exclusive wedding and event venue near Hanging Rock State Park at the foot of the Sauratown Mountains. Our location affords us views that are unmatched and picturesque in our area of North Carolina. We are a short drive from Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and High Point, to the rolling hills of Stokes County. Additionally, we are but minutes from our neighbors in King, Danbury, Walnut Cove, Pilot Mountain, and Mount Airy. We have convenient access from all neighboring counties of Forsyth, Guilford, Surry, and others. We are the closest mountain venue to Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. Whether you envision a casual, country chic, or formal wedding, you can make it happen with us. Our pavilion allows you to experience any ambiance from barn to ballroom. If you dream of an outdoor wedding, rain or shine, we have the accommodations. Let us be your destination wedding location. Feel free to call us at 336-420-3664 to discuss your special day at the premier outdoor wedding venue in the piedmont triad of North Carolina.
Arriving at Moore's Springs Manor might feel more like slipping back a century or so. To get married here is more reminiscent of stately elegance having not been overpowered by its country backdrop. A feeling, not so much like being transported back in time but rather, time having never moved forward will surround the senses.
A walk through the gardens, a sit by the three-tiered fountain or gazebo, or even a gentle sway in a porch rocker on the veranda only reinforces the perception in convincing fashion. Feel free to discuss your vision of one of your happiest days with us. Once you have decided that you want an outdoor wedding, the grounds and accommodations are available, hindered only by your imagination.
You can take advantage of a plantation outdoor wedding with a barn wedding photo op or anything in between. Whether you choose to have your wedding at Moore's Springs Manor or elsewhere, don't just make it memorable, make it incredible!
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Danielle Flake Photography, J. Darren Photography