Christina Grieve, owner and events manager for Stover Hall, has been hosting weddings for six seasons.

“We are family owned. I love what I do. I love my couples,” Grieve said. “We are not a wedding mill where people feel like they have to get in and out.”

Stover Hall's main event space is an updated barn venue with chandeliers and fabric on the walls.

The venue, which can hold up to 200 people, sits on 8 acres of land that offers views of both the Blue Ridge and Massanutten mountains.

There are also indoor spaces to hold weddings, including a huge dining room that can be transformed into a wedding site. The room offers three huge chandeliers and windows everywhere - showcasing the views of the mountains.

Stover Hall offers the convenience of being able to host the wedding rehearsal, rehearsal dinner, wedding ceremony and reception in one location, Grieve said.

Stover Hall has two homes in which the wedding party or guests can stay: the main house and a cottage. The venue does not have an ABC license but it does have a custom bar where the couple can bring in a bartender to set up.

Stover Hall offers three packages to best accommodate couples, their needs, and their budget. Packages are based on how involved the couple needs employees of Stover Hall to be.

The venue can also provide direction to couples by supplying a preferred vendor list of caterers, florists, and other vendors.

For more information about Stover Hall, which is located at 1381 U.S. Hwy. 340, Luray, call 540-742-1703 or visit their website https://stoverhall.com or their Facebook page.

Contact Melissa Topey at mtopey@nvdaily.com