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8 The Barn at Kline's Mill Reviews
Married on 06/04/2016
Kay and Melissa with the Barn at Kline's Mill are some of the most patient people I have ever met. They were very prompt with their responses to me in regards to our initial meeting. They answered all ... Read more my questions openly and honestly, and they made me feel comfortable with my decision to book them for our reception venue. The barn itself is absolutely stunning and spacious. They have many activities for the guests at the wedding, such as lawn games, and they are accepting of all my ideas and not hesitant to offer their own. I am also so excited to work with them as my catering company!
Married on 09/30/2017
The venue was beautiful & had everything we wanted! They had gorgeous lighting inside, bonfires going, a horse for kids to pet, & lawn games. The barn has a touch of rustic but is also beautiful & ... Read more affordable. Places that were quite literally minutes down the road were charging double what the Barn wanted & were not nearly as nice. Truly, the venue was exactly what we were looking for; it was spacious for the dancing & tables & required almost no further decoration from us. Really, we only decorated the tables & the ceremony arbor & it was perfect. I would say it can have a more rustic feel ranging to a bit above “Sunday best” sort of attire for the guests depending upon how you decorate. It’d be difficult to pull off a black-tie style event here, but otherwise it’s a versatile venue. The grounds were also PERFECT for some amazing photos. I will say there was a miscommunication the day of; one woman who lives in the Farmhouse next door told us ladies we could leave our things there until after the ceremony. While we were waiting for the ceremony to start, another woman came over & told us everything had to be moved ASAP because a dinner party had booked the room we’d used for a few hours from then. It was a bit rude, but it was probably a one-time thing; we moved our things & it was no big deal. They’ve recently redone their wedding arbor & it’s a bit nontraditional from what you’ll see on pinterest & such, but we were able to decorate it ourselves regardless. If you book the Barn, you are required to use Early Katering Company for the food at minimum; see my review of their services for more information. My ratings for the Barn's responsiveness & professionalism were largely due to my experience with Early Katering as they served as my primary point of contact for the Barn. I would definitely recommend booking this beautiful venue.
Married on 12/28/2018
We were looking for a venue to host our wedding a few days after Christmas that would not cost us a fortune, but would also be somewhere that we could decorate and make it our own. My parents had to ... Read more visit venues for us as we were planning the wedding from half way across the country. I was not sold on the venue at first but I have to say it looked really lovely on our wedding day once it was all decorated. I found the venue to be slightly challenging to work with. The communication was sub par for trying to plan such a special event. It wasn’t until 2 weeks before the wedding when we finally found out if we could decorate the day before. I don’t know how anyone decorates a venue the day of their wedding....it wouldn’t have looked as nice if that were the case. Since it was December and cold we got married in the barn. Just know that the altar is in front of a fire exit which would be hideous for pictures if you don’t come up with a solution of your own. I was told brides usually leave the doors open to show the view. It was December and I wasn’t about to say my wedding vows freezing my tail off. Thankfully my father is handy and built a wooden altar that we hung lights and curtains on to cover the doors. The farmhouse tables are much nicer than what you might get at another venue. The lights around the ceiling are also a nice touch. We all got ready in the farmhouse and aside from it being chilly in there it all worked out. The price of the venue is really what attracted us and we had a beautiful wedding there and it didn’t cost us $5-10k to rent a ceremony/reception venue. As far as the catering service I thought the staff did a great job, but our buffet was served cold and was probably due to the fact that the timeline was ignored and the food was ready 45 minutes earlier than it was supposed to be. The meal wasn’t anything to rave over but it might have been better if it was hot especially for what it cost to feed all of the guests. I had higher hopes with such a large selection of foods on their menu to choose from and the fact that the food at the tasting was pretty good.
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What is the starting site fee for wedding receptions during peak season?
What is the starting site fee for wedding receptions during off-peak season?
Do you have a site fee for wedding ceremonies at your venue?
Which of the following are included in starting site fee?
Chairs, Clean Up, Linens, Parking, Set Up, Tables
Which of the following are included in the cost of wedding catering?
Cake Cutting, Server(s)
What is the maximum capacity of your venue?
What is the minimum number of guests required to book your venue?
How many event spaces or rooms does your venue offer?
Describe your venue
Ballroom, Banquet Hall, Farm/Ranch
What kind of settings are available?
Indoor, Uncovered Outdoor, Scenic Views
Which of the following wedding events does your venue service?
Ceremony, Reception, Bridal Shower, Engagement Party
What event services do you offer?
Accommodations, Clean Up, Event Planner, Event Rentals, Get Ready Rooms, Set Up
What event items are available?
What food and beverage items are available?
What transportation and access is available?
Parking, Wheelchair Access
What months are included in your peak season?
April, May, June, July, August, September, October
What months are included in your off-peak season?
January, February, March, November, December
5379 Klines Mill Road Linville, 22834