Here are some other great wedding venues in the town:
•Ashworth By The Sea
- If elegant is what you're looking for, then the Ashworth is your place! There are four function rooms that can accommodate everything from a small, intimate wedding up to a large ceremony.
Pics: Ashworth By The Sea
•Hampton Beach State Park, South Beach
- Did a June ceremony here. Not a bad place to have your ceremony and reception. You can have your wedding performed down at the beach and then have your reception in the pavilion. The place my couple chose was a semi-private area near the rocks just a little distance form the pavilion. The only drawback is the $15 per passenger vehicle fee which you'll be paying for each of your guest's cars. That's ok if you have a small guest list, but a large guest list could be expensive. Beyond that, I'm not sure what you pay to reserve the pavilion, so perhaps a reasonable rental fee makes up for the expensive admission fee.
•The Old Salt
- Known for it's historic and nautical rustic charm, the Old Salt can accommodate a small, intimate wedding, or a larger wedding of up to 120 guests. I've only performed one wedding ceremony here - a December event with the couple and few of their closest family and friends. They rented a small but sunny and quite elegant room for their nuptial. It was great. Larger events can be held in what's known as the Goody Cole Room. In any case, this is a great venue for a ceremony.
- hadn't done a wedding here for a long time, but just completed one there in July. This is a great venue for a ceremony, with a really cute gazebo and beautiful grounds. There's also a pavilion for the reception (or the ceremony if it rains). If you decide to have your wedding at the Inn, keep in mind that you are renting the grounds only - there is no coordination assistance for the rehearsal or for the ceremony itself. This just means that if you have a large wedding party, you want to choose an officiant who is experienced in coordinating rehearsals and weddings, or have a very organized relative or friend (preferably with some experience) do it. Also, I have to mention Lincoln, the venue's resident Scottish Terrier - most relaxed Scotty I ever met. He hangs with the guests inside the Inn before the ceremony, and is a delightful and I dare say "calming" (for all you nervous brides) presence. All-in-all, a wonderful place for a wedding! Pictures: Victoria Inn
Here is a link to the town clerk in Hampton...