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January/February 2013

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s p e c i a l 781.849.1970 w w w. kond ito rmeist er.c o m 11/16/12 4:31 PM Private dining available for 10 to 300 CafeEscadrille.com | 781.273.1916 26 Cambridge Street | Exit 33A off I-95 | Burlington Wedding2013_FINAL.indd 68 Sitting atop a rocky Gloucester outcrop, Hammond Castle enjoys an Atlantic Ocean view and surrounding gardens. The medieval-style castle, built between 1926 and 1929, is an unexampled venue. Its very history includes the romance of marriage, as it was constructed as a wedding present for Irene Fenton Hammond, wife of premiere inventor John Hammond. Housing a collection of Roman, medieval, and Renaissance artifacts, the castle is rich with ancient wonders. Serving more contemporary needs, the Great Hall, Renaissance dining room, courtyard, and ocean-side lawn host wedding parties accompanied by a Medieval armor replica; museum with meat market and wine merchant���s house; Burmese manuscript chest; Hammond pipe organ; and a Rose Window inspired by Mrs. Hammond���s extensive glass collection. For an awe-inspiring venue with a twist, Hammond Castle is incomparable. For more information, call (978) 283-2080 or go to hammondcastle.org. Since 1925 Salem���s Hawthorne Hotel has served as a top choice for special occasions calling for special considerations. The hotel values discerning tastes and understands the importance of making each wedding singular. A superior staff provides full-service hosting for anything from simple classic weddings to specialty winter weddings, as well as catering and packages at other prestigious North Shore venues, including Peabody Essex Museum, Hamilton Hall, and the House of Seven Gables. A professional wedding coordinator, complimentary tasting menu, custom-designed cake, 4-5 course dinner, champagne toast, stately centerpieces, souvenir wedding knife, and a seemingly endless list of thoughtful amenities demonstrate the taste inherent in all that they do. Housing three different rooms���the Ballroom, Essex Room, and Pickman Room���large-scale, as well as mid- and small-sized groups are properly arranged. For the grandiosity of Palladian windows and 19-foot ceilings, a view of New England���s four seasons on Salem Common, and award-winning cuisine from Nathanial���s���the Hawthorne Hotel stands ready to serve. For more information, call (978) 744-4080 or go to hawthornehotel.com. ���One of our guests recently told me that her daughter���s wedding was ���absolutely perfect and that all the festivities went off without a single glitch.��� Testimonials like that validate our level of service and detail for A wedding and event venue worthy of your day. 9509_CafeEscadrille.indd 1 s e c t i o n in the Grand Ballroom, which accommodates up to 120 guests, and the Marble Dining Room makes rehearsal dinners and The Big Day���s courses sophisticated pleasures. Eighty additional seats are found in the Alabaster Dining Room and, for outdoor festivities, The Contemporary Tent���underscored with teak flooring���caters to 250 guests. Highly manicured formal gardens, replete with outdoor chapel and turn-of-the-century fountain, are adorned with tasteful ornamentals and seasonally bloom-dense vines. Providing the quintessential Wedding Day setting, excellent service, and detailed preparation assistance, Turner Hill ensures all is perfect for couples continuing the age-old tradition that fills the mansion with a long history of loving memories. For more information, call 978-356-7070 or go to turnerhill.com. ���Turner Hill provides sophistication and privacy for your wedding day. Allow us to create your ���Happily Ever After.������ -Carol Travers, Director of Mansion Club Sales and Events Elegant & Sophisticated Wedding Cakes & Fine European Pastries 1211-KON-142 Northshore QP.indd 1 a d v e r t i s i n g 11/15/12 5:00 PM 11/29/12 3:42 PM Sirakia

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