The English Inn – Award-Winning Lansing, MI Wedding Venue
February 15th, 2023 by Corey A. Edwards
The English Inn Restaurant & Pub is proud to announce that our Lansing, MI wedding venue has once again won The Knot’s “Best of Weddings” award! This is our third such honor, having received it twice before, in 2013 and 2022.
This third award is no less exciting for us and we’re proud that our efforts to make each wedding we host picture perfect have not gone unnoticed. We cherish being a part of your big day and pride ourselves on creating special memories for all couples.
Now is a great time to plan your own big day and, if you’re looking for stand-out Lansing MI wedding venues for your ceremony and reception, look no further!
A Historic and Romantic Lansing, MI Wedding Venue
The English Inn is a historic, Tudor revival mansion, situated on 15 manicured acres along the Grand River, just seven miles south of Lansing. The mansion and estate, named Medovue, was built by the Reuters family in 1927 and retains the stately, old world look it had when they were its caretakers.
The lush and inviting grounds include formal English gardens that are perfect for outdoor wedding ceremonies. In fact, one of our most popular, outdoor wedding locations is a pergola on the wooded banks of the Grand River. The setting is surrounded by a garden with a fountain, which accentuates the pleasant sound of the river. A truly memorable outdoor ceremony location. You could hardly ask for a more beautiful setting. The photo opportunities are endless.
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A Dam Festival
August 18th, 2011 by insideout
Every summer there’s a Dam Festival at the Historic Miller Property, which is about five miles from our luxury Michigan Bed and Breakfast and restaurant. This year it will take place on August 27, 2011 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Dam Festival was created so folks could learn about the history of Eaton Rapids, the surrounding area, and indeed the heartland of America. It celebrates the way things used to be “back in the day”. Visit a one-room schoolhouse, learn why Eaton Rapids was once known as the “Ice Cream Capital of the World”, and then enjoy a scoop or two at the historic ice cream parlor. See a blacksmith shop, an old general store, and one of the longest old barns in the state, as well.
Tours of the dams around Eaton Rapids will also be offered on Saturday, August 27. Dam tours are fascinating, especially since the heart of Eaton Rapids is entirely surrounded by water.
Act like a local and spend the weekend at our luxurious Eaton Rapids Michigan lodging. Enjoy the Dam Festival by day, and dinner at our gourmet, DiRoNA restaurant in the evening. A stroll through our expansive gardens to the pergola overlooking the Grand River is the perfect way to end any day.
For additional information about the Dam Festival, please visit Eaton Rapids Area Historical Society.