Healdsburg Wedding Venue
1001 Westside Road
Healdsburg, California 95448
Wedding film shot by Certified By The Guide Videographer Thomas Hughes Films
“Madrona Manor”…the very name sounds like something out of a romantic novel, and if romance is what you’re looking for, you’ve come to the right place. Built in 1881 by Sonoma County businessman John Paxton as a family residence, it became an inn during the 1980s and earned a spot in the National Register of Historic Places. Current owners Bill and Trudi Konrad worked diligently to restore this landmark to its former splendor, and they’ve succeeded admirably.
This elegant boutique hotel is a classic example of Victorian architecture with period scrollwork, a mansard roof, dormer windows and columned verandas. The property occupies eight acres of prime Sonoma County real estate, whose tangled woodlands have been lovingly coaxed into a garden showplace with fountains, rolling lawns, herb gardens, a citrus grove and a rainbow of seasonal flowers.
The manor’s interior shows the same attention to detail and eye for authenticity as the grounds. The first-floor rooms all have fireplaces, crystal chandeliers, carved sideboards and turn-of-the-century art. The Palm Terrace is a large covered veranda, whose wicker furniture, potted palms and cheerful upholstery make it reminiscent of a Victorian conservatory.
Madrona Manor offers three types of wedding packages, and each one makes ample use of the manor’s felicitous environs. The favored ceremony site is the capacious Wedding Lawn, bordered by masses of flowers and towering sycamores.
The Victorians were known for their elaborate multicourse repasts, and Madrona Manor is as authentic in this as it is in everything else. Thanks to Chef Jesse Mallgren, the venue has a prestigious one-star Michelin rating. Chef Mallgren’s considerable talents and renowned seasonal menus are at your disposal. Another talented staff member is special events coordinator Arielle Larson, who is adept at creating breathtakingly romantic destination weddings.
Madrona Manor is also available during the week and in the off-season. Of course, nonwedding events such as celebratory dinners or corporate functions are also welcome. If your love life could use a jump-start, you don’t have to wait for Valentine’s Day—just take a trip to Madrona Manor, where romance is in the air all year round.
CEREMONY & EVENT/RECEPTION CAPACITY: The facility can accommodate 150 guests.
MEETING CAPACITY: The manor has various rooms that can hold 15–28 seated conference-style or theater-style.
For weddings, 50% of the facility fee is required to book your date. The facility fee ranges $1,500–12,000. Meals range $63–96/person. Tax, alcohol and a 20% service charge are additional.
Special Events, Parties
Catering: in-house, no BYO
Kitchen Facilities: n/a
Tables & Chairs: provided
Linens, Silver, etc.: provided
Restrooms: wheelchair accessible
Dance Floor: Rose Room
Bride’s Dressing Area: yes, during the day
Meeting Equipment: projector, screen, conference phone and broadband
Accommodations: 22 guest rooms
Outdoor Night Lighting: yes
Outdoor Cooking Facilities: no
View: estate gardens, Dry Creek Valley
Other: personal coordinator provided
Banquet Hall/Events Facility
Smoking: designated areas outside
Music: amplified OK indoors only
Wheelchair Access: yes
Insurance: not required
Other: no rice, birdseed, confetti or sparklers
Alternate Info: Madrone Manor Madrona Mansion Sonoma