First day of the new website for The Cabin Ridge! Now there is a better way of presenting all the information and the cool photos of the couples and the ways they celebrate their Special Day! Still working on a few … Continued
- August 20 2014
The Cabin Ridge is an outdoor wedding venue nestled on a ridge top of Sugarloaf Mountain, about halfway between downtown Hendersonville and Chimney Rock State Park in Western North Carolina.
This private mountainside meadow and rustic cabin, once an old country home place, has been transformed into a breathtaking setting with mountain views, magical sunsets, rustic arbors, and gardens of flowers blooming Spring through Fall. A small barn tucked at the upper edge of the meadow is filled with twinkling lights and makes an intimate gathering space as the night falls and stars come out.
When you visit The Cabin Ridge, you can’t help but notice the privacy, the quiet, the beauty, the peaceful ambience of stepping back in time for a respite from our busy world. It is truly a place for new beginnings and making life-long memories!
A one-of-a-kind place for making lifelong memories
Reflect your style - your vision. Make it simply and uniquely you!
The Cabin Ridge is an incredibly unique and wonderful wedding venue! We had numerous guests come up to us during the reception asking how in the world we found such an amazing place. Andy was such a pleasure to work with. Willing to meet on last minute’s notice and extremely helpful when it came to offering advice or suggestions when asked. She also provides an amazing value for her property. We were able to have the rental company setup on Thursday, while we decorated on Friday and had the wedding Saturday. We cleaned up Sunday morning and the rental company came back on Monday to pack up. Most venues give you strict time limits on your rental hours (8-10 hours on Saturdays only). With as much DIY as we were planning to do, such strict time limits were just not an option. The best part of the evening would have to be the sunset. It was something that couldn’t be planned. As the guests finished their dinner and the band started up, a magnificent sunset took place, lighting up the Blue Ridge Mountains. Everyone came out of the tent and watched in awe. We had no less than 20-30 people sharing photos of the sunset they took on their phones and cameras. We cannot say enough good things about The Cabin Ridge. Go and visit for yourself and meet Andy – it speaks for itself.