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Need recs for small wedding in Westchester

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I'm looking for a small venue for a wedding 30-40 people in southern westchester. We want great food and would like to have accomodations on premises or very close by. No budget. We want an elegant, private setting with excellent food.

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    1. Maybe a reception at RedHat (when it reopens) and they can stay not far at the Tarrytown House.

      1. Bedford Post has rooms and is very swish. May be worth considering, though it's more central WC than southern.

        1. If price is no object, Equus/The Castle in Tarrytown is the odds-on choice. Accomodations are in the same building as the restaurant.

          http://www.castleonthehudson.com/Home...

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          1. re: lemarais

            Thank you for the suggestions. We are looking at Equus, little house, and stone barn.

            1. re: tryanythingonce

              Any more recommendations? We are a party of 32 and need a wheelchair accessible room.
              La Panitiere and Red Hat not accessible.
              Too big for Bedford Post.
              Too small for Ttown Estates and Stone Barn.
              Equus is remodeling and scheduled to open 5/1, not sure how I feel about that.
              Have calls in to Harvest on Hudson and Haymount House.

              1. re: tryanythingonce

                Tarrytown House does catering as well. They will do a small party.

                Harvest on Hudson is only good if they put you on main floor. I don't think they have an elevator to the second floor room.

                Le Provencal in Mamaroneck has a private room.

                1. re: tryanythingonce

                  As I remember, Tarrytown House was never known for it's food but the main house (I think its called the King House) was a nice place to stay. Harvest on Hudson does have a room in the back (on the main floor) that will accommodate your size party. I've been to a wedding there that had about 40 people and it was very nice. Another thought is to check the area hotels like the Rye Town Hilton (or whatever they're calling it these days), they have a new restaurant called the Harth. There is also the Doral Arrowood, not sure what they have to offer. Also if money is no object then check into 42 at the Ritz Carlton in White Plains.