Setting the Stage
Wedding parties come to us from as close to home as Napa and as far away as Tokyo. Over the months we work together planning every aspect of the wedding weekend, from choreographing the rehearsal, ceremony, and reception, to providing valuable suggestions for ministers, florists, photographers, musicians, or even doves!
Churchill Manor is well-known for its exceptional food prepared on-site by innkeeper Brian Jensen and his catering staff in our licensed and inspected commercial kitchen. The freshest and finest ingredients, day-of-event preparation, and artistic presentation have created a 20-year reputation for consistent quality and excellence.
Churchill Manor can accommodate both indoor and outdoor events for up to 150 guests for weddings in Napa Valley, depending on the time of year. Ceremonies can be held in the rose gardens by the fountain, on the spacious covered veranda, or fireside amid interior old-growth redwood moldings and columns. Weddings with Buffet Receptions offer six-hour events with dancing for 20 to 150 guests. Weddings with Sit-Down Dinners offer four-hour events with limited dancing for 20 to 60 guests. For a smaller and more intimate wedding experience, Churchill Manor also offers two-hour Elopements followed by a simple cake and champagne reception.
We provide complete in-house wedding coordination, on-site food preparation, an experienced wait staff, tables, chairs, linens, table settings, and a three-course gourmet breakfast for overnight guests. Cake cutting and corkage are also included. Additional lodging and restaurants are within a comfortable stroll from Churchill Manor. Churchill Manor and their experienced staff will take care of every detail at this stunning Napa wedding venue.
Churchill Manor's extensive front lawn areas are surrounded by tall privet hedges creating a welcome privacy to the whole yard. Along the hedge are flowering crabapple trees that transition to hundred-year-old incense cedars and redwoods. The gardens showcase more than 55 varieties of tree roses and hundreds of Mediland roses, which are framed by boxwood hedges providing almost year-long color. Overflowing pots of geraniums grace the front staircase and a formal fountain along the entryway arises from a circle of miniature roses and seasonal annuals.
The side gardens produce a varied texture of perennials and annuals, from cosmos and daisies to petunias and begonias, dotting the landscape to create a canvas of color from April through October. Off season plantings of iris, daffodils, and cyclamen fill in the year's floral component.