About Westbury Manor
Westbury Manor provides an elegant setting for couples featuring one wedding at a time. The venue provides both indoor and outdoor options to celebrate your wedding day. With our meticulously landscaped grounds and our reputation for excellent service, you are sure to make memories that will last a lifetime.
Facilities and Capacity
The most stunning part of Westbury Manor is its five acres of gardens. The bridges, waterfalls, and gazebos provide a beautiful backdrop for all of your photos. Hold your ceremony among the gardens, and then enjoy a cocktail hour under the sun. When time for your reception, step into the Gold Coast Ballroom. The space has shimmering gold details and an elegant design that you are able to make your own. Celebrate your special day with up to 300 guests.
You’ll never be stressed in the hands of Westbury Manor. The wedding planner app allows couples to stay on budget and organize all of their vendors. With the touch of a finger, your wedding will be exactly as you want it. Their detail-oriented staff provides you with setup, cleanup, and everything in between. You’ll have the freedom to use outside vendors, but be given the convenience of their highly-trained in-house catering and bar staff. Most importantly, you'll be the only wedding of the day and have the chance to design your event exactly as you want it.
Your guests will love a made-to-order dinner from the catering staff. This is to ensure the freshest ingredients being used every time. The Chefs at Westbury Manor believe in serving only the best for their guests. Whether selecting a plated, buffet, or family style menu, the catering team will provide an experience that meets your personal taste. Butler-passed hors d'oeuvres along with a variety of International buffet stations are provided during your cocktail hour reception. End the night with wedding cake, an additional dessert selection, and our specialty coffee and cordial station that your guests will love.
The Manor was built by George P. Titus in the early 1880s. Since then, land from the estate had been sold and primary ownership transferred to John R. Hill. Mr. Hill lived in the home until the end of World War 2. In 1945, The Manor was purchased by August Sandee and turned into a restaurant known as The Westbury Manor. In the early 1960's, Carl Hopple purchased The Manor and added more space to accommodate large wedding parties. In 1982, The Manor was purchased by the Scotto Family who are the owners to present day. Become part of this 60 year history by hosting your event at The Westbury Manor.
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