The Carriage Barn at Frog Pond offers you the opportunity to have your wedding and reception in our restored carriage barn on the grounds of Frog Pond Bed & Breakfast, an 1821 stone house listed on the National Register of Historic Places. We are only two miles from the village of Skaneateles in a quiet and private country setting of over 100 acres. We have ample off street parking and guests have access to all gardens and grounds. While the Carriage Barn can accommodate 130 to 150 guests inside, a tent may be rented for larger receptions. In addition, there are several outdoor locations for wedding ceremonies.
The Carriage Barn at Frog Pond hosts one event a week, so ample time is provided to set up and decorate. For the weekend of your event, we request that you reserve two rooms for two nights in our bed and breakfast, for your own use the next day to get ready or for out of town guests.
The Carriage Barn at Frog Pond, originally called Community Place, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and is the site of a 1840’s socialistic communal experiment that denied religion, government, and individual property ownership; advocated free love, and prohibited meat, narcotics, and alcohol. Community Place was founded by John Collins, who was active in the anti-slavery movement and a companion of Frederick Douglas before coming to Skaneateles.
Please contact us or call 315-685-0146 for additional information.
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