New England Charm Meets Modern Elegance
The Westbrook Inn is an historic, four-season blank canvas venue for the ultimate wedding weekend. Westbrook is conveniently located in the heart of New England only 40 minutes north of Boston. Set on an historic farm that was settled in 1719, Westbrook blends New England charm with modern elegance and every detail has been carefully crafted to elevate your wedding experience.
Luxury Blank Canvas Weddings
This dream venue harnesses a signature style that is timeless. Each feature of Westbrook is custom designed to offer the essential elements of memorable entertainment and make your experience seamless. Westbrook’s blank canvas approach offers couples the rare flexibility to hand-pick vendors and bring to life their dream wedding. Luxury overnight accommodations ensure a tranquil getaway for family and friends.
Westbrook is one of the most historic sites in America and has been a gathering place since it was settled as Nutfield in 1719. The first white potato in North America was planted in Westbrook’s rich soils and the land was originally known as the Common Field where the Nutfield settlers gathered and harvested community crops. In the 1720s, the Gregg family built a center chimney colonial that stands today as the oldest home in Derry, New Hampshire. Colonel William Gregg was widely known for high-touch hospitality and hosting overnight travelers at the home.
We partner with renowned chefs who value seasonal ingredients in every dish and bespoke guest experiences. Our chef kitchen offers inspired chefs the creative freedom to design their own food and drink menus. We enjoy pairing live music with our lineup of rotating chefs. Reservations and tickets are required for all chef dinners.
Partners in vision, life, and business. Westbrook is owned by the Siragusa family. They designed the venue as a blank canvas for couples seeking bespoke experiences. The Siragusas' commitment to organic beauty and family tradition makes this one of New England’s most desired wedding venues.