The 1811 Historic Rosemont Manor House in Berryville, with its recently added Rosemont Springs barn, offers couples a combination of old and new.

With packages that include everything from intimate ceremonies to extravagant 400-guest receptions, Rosemont presents the all-inclusive getaway for couples and their out-of-town guests on the estate.

The property can sleep up to 85 guests, said Communications and Marketing Manager Jackie Puglisi, which “kind of creates a family reunion weekend.”

Guests can stay in the manor house or at three guest cottages, a feature that Puglisi said sets Rosemont apart from other area wedding venues.

“Not everybody has that,” she said.

The manor’s East Lawn is a popular spot for ceremonies, where guests have a gorgeous view of the Blue Ridge Mountains. There is also space for a fireworks display if desired.

A range of wedding packages listed at Rosemont’s website, rosemont1811.com/weddings, includes options like catering and wedding planning.

“We basically do everything for you,” Puglisi said.

Rosemont’s 2020 “I Thee Wed” bridal show will be from noon to 5 p.m. April 5. For $10 advance tickets or $15 at the door, guests can tour the site and visit with wedding vendors to see if Rosemont is the place for them.

For more information about Historic Rosemont House Manor, which is located at 16 Rosemont Manor Lane in Berryville, call 540-955-2834 or visit rosemont1811.com

Contact Josette Keelor at jkeelor@nvdaily.com