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Colby Hill Inn, near Concord NH, is the picture perfect setting for a New England wedding. Our five acres of beautiful grounds surround the 1797 inn. Lush perennial gardens, rolling hills and fields in the distance, antique barns, our whimsical “Barn Bar” and a charming garden gazebo create a memorable setting for your outdoor wedding.

Elegant wedding to rustic wedding, we are experts at creating the perfect environment for your rehearsal, ceremony and or reception. Whether your dream is an intimate fireside wedding for ten or a spectacular event for 125 under expansive tents that culminates with dancing inside a rustic barn, we are prepared to make your special day everything you’ve ever dreamed of!

Click the link below for more information about Weddings at Colby Hill Inn.



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Our barn is going through work well into 2018; eventually, it will be available for events of at least 120 guests.

Rehearsal dinners, intimate elopements, or weekend destination weddings, the Colby Hill Inn provides the perfect backdrop for your wedding. Barbecues, tented weddings, garden ceremonies, or intimate weddings in front of a crackling fireplace, the Colby Hill Inn is the ideal spot for your event. We can provide assistance and recommendations for florists, Justice of the Peace, minister, photographers…we can even create a magnificent wedding cake for you!

2017 Wedding Availability:

June 9/10, June 25/26, June 30/July 1

July 8/9, July 21/22, July 28/29,

August 18/19

September 1/2

October 13/14, October 20/21.

Winter barn ceremonies will not be ready until the 2018 phase of our renovation.

2018 – full availability (pending current inquiries)

To make arrangements for your event, call 603-428-3281 or email innkeeper@colbyhillinn.com.Newlyweds in tux and wedding gown in front of old barnbike-wedding

“Perfect place for a June wedding, loved the “Barn Bar” and the gazebo.” S.D.

“We are so excited about your plans, especially for using the barn!” N.F.