My June wedding reception was at the Longacre House and it was perfect. The house is so unique and the staff there is very friendly and helpful. Many of my guests were so shocked that a place like this existed, with its romantic and intimate interior and beautifully manicured grounds. If you are having a smaller wedding (I had 110) and you want something different from the normal banquet halls and golf course ballrooms I would encourage you to go to the Longacre House. It was one of the best decisions I made.
The Longacre House is an absolutely beautiful site to be married!! We loved the grounds of the home as the backdrop for our outdoor summer ceremony. We rented the house for the entire day so we could get dressed there and take pre-ceremony pictures. The house is old and does not have central air, but they do have many window air conditioners which helped cool us on a very hot and humid summer day. The bridal suite was beautiful and the groom's room was charming. The staff was generally very quick to respond to my emails and overall they were very nice to work with. There was some minor confusion the night of the rehearsal, when we paid extra to have the rehearsal there and was originally told we could tour the house at 7pm. When we went to show the bridal party the inside of the house, we were told we were not allowed to enter because there was a piano lesson going on. This completely contradicted what we had been told prior. We just had to wait a few minutes and then were allowed to take the tour of the inside. Other than that, the staff was friendly and cooperative. The price is a little on the high side, but in the end it was worth it for us.