The Farmhouse is the heart of the farm, and The Grain Barn is a barndominium paradise. Swanky on-site accommodations for 16 guests.
The story of the Farmhouse begins in the year 1837 when the original farmhouse was built. The Hopkins were the first in Delaware to specialize in Dairy Cows. The farmhouse almost surrendered to decades of neglect. Although intended for a B&B, The farmhouse renovation in 2015 has proven to be serendipitous. Combining the B&B with the wedding venue has created a next-level experience, the Wedding Weekend.
The Farmhouse is available year-round, but limited to the Wedding Weekend packages at Covered Bridge from April - November, and Off-Season Weekend Weddings at Honey Bee.
The Farmhouse Details
The Grain Barn Details
In 2017, owner Ingrid renovated the old grain barn to be her home at the venue. This time, rather than staying true to the historic qualities, she gave herself total design freedom to create a modern and stylish home while still honoring the tradition of repurposing another building on the farm. Now, it is available for the wedding parties! The Grain Barn has 3 bedrooms, an open concept living and dining room, private balcony overlooking a thousand acres of preserved farmland, and a fenced back yard, so fur babies can now join you for the wedding weekend. The Grain Barn is ideal for groomsmen, big bridal parties, or families!
Newly renovated, modern farmhouse, for 3 nights.
4 bedrooms, sleeps 10 guests
Private bathrooms for each room.
Luxury sheets, towels, and robes provided
Full access to designer kitchen and laundry
Bridal salon room - Chic and cozy.
Breakfast buffet for your guests on Saturday & Sunday
Individual climate control
3 Bedrooms, sleeps 6
Private balcony & fenced dog yard
Luxury sheets & towels provided
Open concept kitchen & living room
Breakfast buffet for guests on Saturday & Sunday
Caley & Brian
Hopkins Heartland will forever hold a special place in our hearts. From the beautiful venue, to Ingrid & Corrine and the amazing staff, It is actually hard for me to believe you can visit this place and not end up getting married there.