Was Wedding Crashers filmed at Inn at Perry Cabin?
On our way down to the Outer Banks, my wife and I made a two-day pit stop at this classic retreat. For those of you that are movie buffs, The Inn at Perry Cabin was the site of the main wedding reception in the film Wedding Crashers.
Is The Inn at Perry Cabin Open?
Inn at Perry Cabin will open with reduced inventory. Inn at Perry Cabin offers guests championship golf, tennis, sailing adventures and other nautical activities. These amenities will be available to guests by reservations only, following social distancing mandates and increased cleaning procedures.
Who owns the Inn at Perry Cabin?
The Inn at Perry Cabin is owned by Capital Properties, whose president and founder is Richard Cohen. The firm bought the property in March 2014 for $39.7 million.
What resort was Wedding Crashers filmed at?
A romantic and historic waterfront inn Built as a manor house in 1816, the Inn at Perry Cabin is a quintessential romantic getaway on the water. The 25-acre property is so picturesque, in fact, that the 2005 movie “Wedding Crashers” was filmed there (they’ve been a heavily booked wedding venue ever since).
How much is a wedding at the Inn at Perry Cabin?
The package’s starting rate of $25,000 would be a hefty sum for a simple getaway, but may seem less steep as a last-minute destination wedding—at least when you add up what a comparable DC wedding can cost, including venue, lodging, and meals.
How many rooms does the Inn at Perry Cabin have?
The Inn at Perry Cabin | Talbot County, Maryland.
When was Inn at Perry Cabin?
The Inn at Perry Cabin began as a private estate after the War of 1812. The original structure was designed and built by Samuel Hambleton in 1816, a War of 1812 Navy veteran and aide-de-camp to Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry.