Monteverde at Oldstone
Recently purchased by the Perrott family in February of 2011, Monteverde at Oldstone, a private catering and banquet facility is located in Cortlandt Manor in Westchester County, New York, originally built by Pierre Van Cortlandt in 1760. Rich with history and situated majestically overlooking the Hudson River, Monteverde at Oldstone is less than a one hour drive from Manhattan. Beautifully appointed and historically restored, the mansion seamlessly integrates the charm and elegance of its past with today’s modern luxuries.
The mansion features three dining rooms; the Grand Dining Room, the Veranda Dining Room and the Governors’ Dining Room each with spectacular river views. On warm summer evenings, guests are welcome to dine on our outdoor patios, or underneath a 100 year old grape arbor adjacent to the mansion with breathtaking vistas. Most cherished by brides is the sweeping stone staircase from which they descend to meet their grooms to say their "I dos" overlooking the water.
Tucked away on the west side of the property is The Pavilion offering seating for 350 people for a sit down dinner and 450 people for a cocktail reception, with still stunning views of the Hudson River. The Pavilion includes a permanent floor, a wooden parquet dance floor, studio lighting, a white inner tent lining plus a travertine marble restroom trailer.
The upper floor of the mansion features two suites, one guest room, a lounge with a terrace overlooking the Hudson River plus a treatment room for massages, manicures and bridal preparations. Additionally, Monteverde has a separate Garden House, which offers 6 European styled guest rooms.
All of this and much more makes Monteverde at Oldstone a premiere event site of the Hudson Valley.
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