3 FarmCoast Wedding Venues in Southern New England

What if you could combine the rustic charm of a farm wedding with the coastal vibe of a waterside affair?  You’d pretty much have the best of both worlds, right? That’s the story behind the lesser-known region of Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts, known as the “FarmCoast.”

The FarmCoast is made up of the coastal towns of Tiverton and Little Compton, RI and Westport and South Dartmouth, MA. There are 3 reception sites in the area that are ideal for weddings, along with a host of local vendors such as designers, florists, farm-fresh caterers and locally sourced bakeries.  Here’s a breakdown of the venues and for more information, visit farmcoast.com

The Meeting House

Located at the historic Tiverton Four Corners, this in a unique venue for a rural setting that also happens to be just steps from the beach!

meeting house by alexandra roberts

Photo Credit: Alexandra Roberts

Paquachuck Inn

Overlooking the Westport River, The Paquachuck Inn offers a romantic setting for weddings year around, either outdoors on their waterfront patio or indoors in the elegant landmark building. There’s also a bed and breakfast on site to accommodate guests!

Paquachuck Inn

Photo Credit: Rachel Platt-Morejohn

Carolyn’s Sakonnet Vineyard

Nestled in the rolling greens of Little Compton, RI (about 30 mins from Newport, RI) this vineyard is situated on 115 acres of beautifully manicured grounds and offers sweeping waterviews, stunning sunsets and stargazing at night, all complete with their own locally grown wine offerings and catering options.

SNEW_SAKONNET_Carla Ten Eyck

Photo Credit: Carla Ten Eyck

 

Allie is a native New Yorker who fell in love with Rhode Island after studying Journalism at URI and living by the beach. After several years in Manhattan working in public relations and digital media, Allie returned to the Ocean State and currently resides in Newport. She enjoys writing, music, yoga and any activity that involves sunshine and the ocean.

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