Top 6 Reasons to Visit the Preston Woodall House:
- A 2012 Wedding Wire Bride's Choice award winner, this Queen Anne–style bed and breakfast specializes in weddings, offering facilities equipped for all parts of the event.
- Individually appointed bedrooms in the main house date back to 1910. Old World highlights include drapery from a Natchez plantation house, leopard-skin carpeting, and a Honduran four-poster bed carved with pineapples.
- In addition to all facilities, staffing, and rentals, the wedding package includes food, beer, wine, a champagne toast for up to 100 guests at a reception in the mansion ballroom, an outdoor wedding ceremony with guest seating, a total of 13 bedrooms to accommodate family and out-of-town guests on Friday and Saturday nights, and a full breakfast for up to 26 guests both mornings.
- The bride and groom can enjoy the estate and its wedding services for six hours from the start of the ceremony to the end of the reception. This can include a bridal portrait session in the mansion or a social hour with the use of a grand piano.
- Four-course dinners for two begin with an appetizer of french bred sautéed in butter and topped with smoked salmon mousse with capers, hummus with diced tomatoes and extra virgin olive oil, and tomato basil with mozzarella cheese and balsamic vinegar. These also include an entree choice of beef medallions sautéed in butter and mushrooms, chicken breasts served in a white wine dijon cream sauce, or poached salmon with capers, lemon, and butter. All entrees are accompanied by garlic mashed potatoes, oven-roasted herb vegetables, mixed green salads with house-made croutons, and a chef's choice of dessert.
- Separated from the main house, the hotel's private multi-bedroom cottages can accommodate up to six people and feature full kitchens, TV dens, and a side deck or front porch.