Clover Forest resumes regular schedule of tours for prospective wedding customers
Just in time for couples getting engaged this Christmas, the historical Colonial American country estate Clover Forest is resuming a weekly wedding venue tour schedule after a year-long hiatus. This announced earlier this month by the Venue's co-founders Deidre Jane and Sebastian Volcker, who also explained the Venue took the year off to begin some exciting construction projects on the property.
Now is the busy season for wedding engagements. Many 'Families-To-Be' are eager to secure their dream wedding venue. "Clover Forest is the best choice for many reasons," says Jane. "We're starting our regular tour schedule again specifically for these folks because there's so much new here to show them. We have great new packages with optional add-ons covering a wider range of interests and budgets, a gorgeous new Clubhouse coming along, and pleasant surprises in store for all our upcoming wedding families, including some outrageous specials in the new year you'll hear more about. Plus of course our incredible staff."
It's true the sprawling historic 18th century James River Estate has been keeping a low profile and out of the spotlight—a first in the Venue's 19-year history as a special event venue—while quietly commencing several new renovation and construction projects. "We didn't want to draw attention to ourselves during the construction because of the mess and disruption these projects always cause, but now we don't want to wait any longer to showcase the venue and risk disappointing hopeful brides and grooms whose hearts are set on Clover Forest. It's always been the perfect place to celebrate a wedding. Now more than ever."
Wedding venue tours at Clover Forest resume January 3rd, 2017. Appointments are required. (Book one online here.) As an exclusively private estate, Clover Forest is unable to admit drop-in visitors.