The Inn at Jennifer's Gardens is a historic wedding and event venue located in Austin, Texas. Located in downtown Austin, this hidden gem is tucked away on the banks of Shoal Creek but still only steps away from the heart of the city. Couples and their guests will have a hard time forgetting the enchantment of this unique property, and enjoy every moment of luxurious privacy it has to offer.
Facilities and Capacity
At The Inn at Jennifer's Gardens, couples and guests are surrounded by lush greenery at every turn. The grounds are home to gardens, olive grove, and Teatro Luis; a charming courtyard area surrounded by stonework that features a dance floor. The gardens include a stone path lined with tall shrubbery, as well as an intricately crafted iron arch. The olive grove is perfect for an outdoor dining experience, with room for long tables spanning the length of the grove's picturesque greenery. The venue also features an amphitheater on Shoal Creek, and can seat up to 27 people within the historic home. Couples may invite up to 250 guests, however, to enjoy their celebration on the one-acre grounds of the property.
The Inn at Jennifer's Gardens invites couples to host their engagement party, bridal shower, rehearsal dinner, ceremony, reception or elopement on the property. The enchanting grounds and historic home are a dream come true for any photographer, and provide couples with endless photo opportunities. The has two bedrooms and can sleep up to four people. The staff here are happy to assist couples with event rentals to ease the stress of planning, and couples and guests will have access to complimentary Wi-Fi.
This historic home's roots date back to 1879, when Henry E. Seekatz built the single-story residence from hand-cut limestone. The home was occupied by Henry's family until 1926, then sold several times, eventually falling into the hands of the Gardners. The Gardners renovated the home, installing a front doorward, cast iron fence, and paneled ceiling. Later, Jennifer Staub Myers purchased the home from Gardner's descendants in 1992, renovating the space with the addition of the gardens, concert amphitheater, and second story.