A Cardinal House
2205 Main Street
The purpose of A Cardinal House is to create an intimate, relaxing and memorable event without the stress and expense of a largewedding. To set the tone, there will be no other guests staying at the Inn during your wedding gevent so that we may focus all our attention on making your special day magical and memorable.
The stately circa 1850 Georgian Revival is well positioned among other fine examples of seventeen and eighteenth century architecture that together defines the quintessence of small-town New England lifestyle. Four guest rooms,one with a two-person Jacuzzi tub, have queen or full size beds and private baths and are decorated with a combination of antiques and reproductions designed to make your stay comfortable and relaxing. The Inn is
within walking distance of restaurants, coffee shops, antique shops and boutiques. We are 2 hours from New York City, Boston and Southern Vermont; 3 hours from Maine, Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard.
2205 Main Street
Michael, a retired orthodontist, is a Justice of the Peace, Nancy, with her many years in retail, is well versed in floral design and music, and Kevin, a professional chef, takes pride in creating special and unique gourmet dinners, and together, they are able to address every aspect of your special day. There are many combinations of services and amenities that are available to make your day truly special and, because each couple's needs and desires are different, it is recommended that you contact Michael and Nancy to discuss your plans.
A Cardinal House, a small Bed and Breakfast Inn specializing in small weddings, elopement ceremonies and the renewing of marriage vows,is located on Main Street in the Historic District of Glastonbury, a Connecticut River town five miles from the capital city of Hartford. The expansive manicured lawns, formal gardens, well appointed common rooms and comfortable guest rooms make A Cardinal House the perfect setting for small, intimate, private and very special ceremonies involving two to twenty five people.