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The Dan’l Webster Inn & Spa
Beauty, luxury, history, and charm: offering each of these in spades, The Dan’l Webster Inn & Spa in Sandwich provides a wedding package few venues in the area can match. “Couples love the Dan’l Webster, because we have all the quaint, historic charm with all of the modern amenities,” says Bethany Holbert-Catania, the inn’s catering sales manager and in-house wedding planner.
Holbert-Catania adds that the resort’s comprehensive wedding package is an attractive choice for couples. The Dan’l Webster can host everything from the ceremony and reception, to bachelorette parties, rehearsal dinners, and even the post-wedding breakfast.
Naturally, the package includes accommodations for the newlyweds on their wedding night. Traditional rooms feature a king-sized bed, or couples can upgrade to a suite with a step-out balcony and a heated tile floor that leads to a whirlpool tub. The suites also feature hand-done, antique furnishing reproductions.
The ceremony is often held in the garden, which overflows with daffodils and tulips in spring, and features a beautiful tree under which couples often exchange their vows. “The garden changes throughout the year seasonally,” Holbert-Catania says. “It’s very colorful and beautifully manicured.”
Alternately, the ceremony can be held at nearby Sandy Neck Beach, with transportation provided. If it rains—or in the off-season—the wedding can be held in the Conservatory, a beautiful glass-enclosed dining room; or The Music Room, a colonial style space with a baby grand piano and a gas fireplace.
For the wedding meal, many couples choose lobster chowder, followed by the chicken Oscar, featuring a boneless chicken breast served with lobster, spinach Florentine, and a bernaise sauce. Another option is the slow-roasted breast of duckling. “Everything that we do is made from scratch,” says Holbert-Catania. “It’s fantastic.”
The Dan’l Webster Inn also features a full-service spa, a cozy tavern, and a one-of-a-kind location on historic Main Street in Sandwich.
Matthew Gill — Wedding Articles
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