Maximum Capacity: 250 people
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We are proud to offer our new location, the Glen-Willis House as a location for the special events in your life.
We recently purchased this grand historic home to provide a beautiful place for weddings and special events.
Nestled on the banks of the Kentucky river, it provides the perfect venue for your wedding reception, with breathtaking views of the grassy hills and the sounds of the flowing water on the Kentucky river. The historic covered back porch over looks the large grassy lawn where many weddings take place or on the oak covered porch. Tents can be placed on the lawn as well for your special event.
The house shines with oak floors and chandliers , also there is a bridal suite you can get dressed in for your special day and even have lunch while you take pictures with the flowing of lace curtains.
On site exclusive Cater Terri's Catering can prepare your special menu to you budget . Terri likes to sit down with you and discuss your ideas and bring it all together for the special day
Glen-Willis Event Rental
Attendees: 10 - 300
Total Price: $1,000 Show Details
Glen-Willis House, Frankfort
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|"Natalie & Josh's Wedding", Frankfort, KY|
|Natalie and Josh had a wedding at the Glen-Willis House that was special, and a lot of that was due to the efforts of your entire staff. What personable, fine people you have associated with your company. Everyone felt more like family than a catering company. I also received high praise for the food. A former owner of a restaurant that served high cuisine was there and said it was the best food ever at a wedding.
You know, Kentuckians love their food, and it takes a high priority at any function. You all excelled. And the service - you can only coach so much into a staff, the rest has to be genuine. Everyone on the Terri's Catering staff was kind, gracious.
John (Natalie's Dad)
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