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Wedding Reception Venue Hudson Valley NY

Wedding Reception Venue Hudson Valley NY

Falkirk Estate and Country Club is located in Central Valley, New York, overlooking the majestic Ramapo Mountains and our pristine 18 hole golf course. Falkirk features a spectacular golf club, equestrian center, casual dining pub and truly memorable venue for your wedding, banquet, golf outing and other special celebration for 50 to 350 guests, and tented events for 600 guests.

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Falkirk Estate Wedding & Reception Venues

Nestled in the foothills of the Ramapo Mountains, you will find the Hudson Valley’s Best Kept Secret… Falkirk Estate and Country Club. Our venue is set in a quiet, secluded location, yet conveniently located just 2 miles north of the NYS Thruway and Woodbury Commons. Falkirk Estate can accommodate any size affair, from intimate cocktail receptions to grand weddings and galas.

Ballrooms

We have recently undergone extensive renovations to provide you with two exquisitely decorated ballrooms, which can accommodate 50 to 350 guests. Each ballroom has floor to ceiling panoramic views of our golf course and the Majestic Ramapo Mountains. It’s absolutely breathtaking. Our two ballrooms are completely separate, to provide exclusivity for your event.

Outdoors at Falkirk

Our venue offers space for indoor and outdoor ceremonies. Our outdoor area has several water features, lush landscaping, an elegantly appointed wrought iron gazebo and a stunning European pink marble gazebo with a trellis walkway, perfect for outdoor ceremonies and memorable photographs. Guests will marvel as the sun sets behind the Ramapo Mountains, illuminating the late afternoon sky above your ceremony.

Equestrian Center Parties

Our breathtaking Falkirk Farm Equestrian Center offers a unique and amazing venue for parties and gatherings for 300 to 800 guests. Click here for Falkirk Farm website.
Click here for profile of Falkirk Farm, printed in the September ‘09 Equine Journal.

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