Cedar Grove Acres is an elegant, authentically rustic venue situated on 30 rolling acres of farmland conveniently located just a few minutes north of Raleigh in southern Granville County. The Manor House was built in 1861 and frames the entrance to the farmland and provides the perfect entrance for your guests.
You can envision the past being blended into the present as materials from old barns, outbuildings, farm equipment, tobacco sticks, and vintage furniture are used in the creation and building of newer structures at the venue.
The grounds and barns at Cedar Grove Acres offer indoor and outdoor options for both ceremony and reception as well as a blank canvas for you and your planner to personalize and bring your wedding day vision to life. You can choose to work with one of our suggested vendors or you are welcome to bring any licensed vendor of your own.
Amenities at a Glance:
Outside Ceremony seating for up to 300+ guests
Inside Ceremony seating for up to 160+ guests
Outside Reception seating for up to 300+ guests
Inside Reception seating for up to 200 guests
Wedding rehearsal included
Tables and chairs included for up to 200 guests
In-House Sound system for ceremony area and reception area
Separate bar area in the Tavern
3 Pricing Packages from which to choose
Private, secluded 800 sq ft Bridal Suite complete with dressing room, sitting room, full kitchen and full bath
The Bull Pen for the groom and groomsmen to gather complete with Foozball table and dart board
The shaded, secluded Meadow surrounded by trees and tobacco barns can seat up to 300+ guests. A three section stage and arbor and a 65-foot long aisle outlined with red brick lead up to the stage.
An open pasture overlooking the pond in the distance and an old rustic tobacco barn as a backdrop.
A shaded courtyard area with a rustic cedar arbor and split rail fence (for a more intimate ceremony)
A 30′ x 60′ Chapel barn is filled with rustic benches on both sides of a 6-foot aisle. Three silver chandeliers hang down the center aisle and tobacco sticks adorn the walls in a latticework pattern.
Our main reception hall is 30′ x’ 74′ which includes a 24′ covered deck overlooking the Meadow. This area is decorated with chandeliers and patio lights. Hundreds of vintage tobacco sticks decorate the walls as wainscoting. The side porch area, where guests can gather and look out over the pastures, encompasses two large trees that are wrapped in tiny white lights.
The outdoor reception area can accommodate up to 300 people and is decorated with numerous strings of patio lights as well as lights hanging in nearby trees.
The bar area is located in the Tavern next to the Courtyard. The 10-foot bar is built from wood salvaged from an 1800’s livestock barn. There is also a red velvet couch, a church pew, and some rustic bistro tables in the Tavern.
The large fire pit area includes four rustic benches and overlooks the rolling pastures and the pond in the background.