Hollin Hall & The Meeting House
A gracious Georgian style manor house which is surrounded by 175 year old boxwood gardens and was once part of a 2,000 acre plantation owned by George Mason. The house was also once the home of George Mason's third son, Thomson Mason, who lived there until his death in 1820.
Hollin Hall is a gracious Colonial Revival mansion that offers a charming and unique setting for weddings, receptions, parties and rehearsal dinners. Hollin Hall can accommodate 150 people for a stand-up reception and 90 people seated. It features four separate rooms, a formal entry hall, and modern kitchen. Your event can spread out onto the enchanting wisteria-arbored terrace and a boxwood maze.
The Meeting House is a spacious, contemporary site for larger weddings and receptions. With clean, simple lines, warm hardwood floors and soaring ceiling, it is an elegant space for wedding ceremonies and a lovely reception location for dining, music and dancing. The Meeting House can accommodate 225 people standing or 150-175 people for a seated reception. A beautiful slate terrace adjoining the Meeting House and facing the walled boxwood garden provides an outdoor cocktail space.
Outdoor tenting is allowed to accommodate larger groups and to provide alternative space in the event of inclement weather.