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145 Sterling Street
Beacon, NY 12508
Tucked away on 48 acres overlooking the Hudson River, Mount Gulian is an 18th century Dutch Colonial Homestead with a beautiful New World Dutch barn.
If it's a unique venue you're looking for, a gorgeous landscape upon which to create a wedding perfectly suited to your taste, you have found it at Mount Gulian. Consider our site as your blank canvas upon which to create a truly personalized wedding unlike any other.
The restored 1730's homestead of the Verplanck family served as Revolutionary War Headquarters to Baron Von Steuben and was the founding place of the Society of the Cincinnati after the war ended. The 1720's barn, with its original wood plank floors and hand-hewn beams, can accommodate up to one hundred and fifty guests for a sit down dinner, from May through October.
You and your guests will delight in the gentle slope of the grounds, complete with river view, old stands of trees and lovely restored 19th century flower garden. Because Mount Gulian is suited best for the most discriminating couple, looking particularly for this unparalleled venue, we limit ourselves to only fifteen weddings each year.