What to Know About Our Venue Before You Come – Lodging Info – Chattanooga Info
What To Know About Our Venue Before You Come?
1. We are an authentic farm with very little concrete. We have mostly gravel pathways and rolling grassy areas. Inside the barn is concrete.
2. Barn typically houses the reception and weddings typically are outside. The Barn is full of doors blurring the lines of in and out. The doorways help with air flow and traffic flow. Most weddings have a touch of elegance to them but consider wearing seasonally appropriate attire. The barn is not air-conditioned or heated. Dress as though you were attending a fully outdoor event.
3. We have a no-smoking policy in and around the barn. The only place we do allow smoking is in our Horse Ring where the bonfire pit is located.
4. We do have indoor “real” restrooms; two for the ladies, one for the gents, and one is referred to as Family because it has a changing station and handicapped level toilets.
5. We do have a temperature-controlled area called The Dance Hall so no matter what the temperature is – there is a place to refresh.
6. The venue is a real farm and barn making it difficult to be fully handicapped friendly but it is handicapped accessible. Typically “assistance” is the best approach since much of the terrain is natural and not concreted.
7. The farm is generally kid friendly but we are not a playground. Children should not be unattended or they will treat our facility like it is a playground.
8. We have a guest house for on-site lodging options and a vintage farmhouse for bride preparations. These areas are generally off-limits to guests.
8. We welcome you to the farm. It is an “out of the box” type venue meant to be a bit more relaxing and unique over a typical wedding venue. By looking at our website you can get a sense of what you are in store for. Come and celebrate this special day and be prepared to make some amazing memories!
LODGING – Downtown Chattanooga is only 20 minutes from the farm. This makes selecting accommodations an easy solution that can suit your budget or your interests.
**Mimi’s Guest House is a 2 story brick home on-site here on the farm that can be rented as “Day of Usage Only” or for lodging. Check with High Point Farms or “your bride” if you want to stay at the farm.
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