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Kimberleyo Apr 6, 2013 06:30 PM

My daughter is getting married in September. Her fiance's mother and I are hosting a shower for about 40 women in early August. We are looking for a venue located between Seacoast NH/ME and Springfield MA....our guests will be coming primarily from those two locations as well as from greater Boston. Many of us are foodies so any suggestions? Thanks!

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    jajjguy Apr 7, 2013 08:42 PM

    Stonehedge Inn in Tynsboro?

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      gracenote Apr 7, 2013 05:15 PM

      J's Restaurant at Nashoba Valley Winery is good, and a lovely spot. But they can only accommodate 22 people in their private room.
      http://www.nashobawinery.com/

      Here is the link for the caterer that services The Fruitlands Museum: http://www.firesidecatering.com/

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        Kimberleyo Apr 7, 2013 04:44 PM

        Thanks for the replies. All the guests are coming from three general areas- Springfield MA, Seacoast NH, and greater Boston. Wenham is lovely but a bit too far for the Springfield group. Thinking brunch/lunch time. Anyone heard of/know anything about Fruitlands Museum? Have great feedback from a good friend on Longfellows Wayside Tavern.

        1. hotoynoodle Apr 7, 2013 09:00 AM

          is this for a weekend lunch/brunch? or an evening affair?

          budget?

          from springfiled to portsmouth is at least a 2-hour-drive each way, so is within a few miles of boston better?

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            donlan Apr 7, 2013 04:18 AM

            Wenham Tea House has lovely space and can be rented for events like bridal showers. I've eaten breakfast/brunch there many times but have also sampled their tea selections. Their food is top notch.

            http://www.wenhamteahouse.com/

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              Swankalicious Apr 7, 2013 07:48 AM

              I attended a shower at Wenham Tea House that was lovely -- but definitely a proper teahouse vibe -- not so much a foodie vibe. What about someplace in Portsmouth, like Moxy?

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