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Le Chambord Banquet Hall
Hudson Valley

For a truly grand occasion, consider our elegant banquet room where up to 300 persons can be accommodated in grand style in a building adjacent to the main house. Inside, guests enjoy an atmosphere resplendent with crystal chandeliers, stately Ficus trees and a large oak dance floor. Through any one of the 23 windows, you can view our lovely gardens or specimen trees standing guard on the mansion's grounds as they have done for the past 125 years.


Let us show you the most romantic, beautiful place in New York State to hold your wedding or special event. The elegant banquet facility is the perfect place for a picture-perfect wedding, grand ball or private function. Guests will arrive through a private entry garden. Surrounded by 23 windows, up to 300 guests may be accommodated in this totally private, beautiful room. Crystal chandeliers, 20 x 20 dance floor, private bar and the beautiful pastel decor will make any event truly special.

Le Chambord is a unique, special and truly one-of-a-kind Inn. Each guest is treated with the utmost warmth and courtesy. Come get away for a weekend, schedule your next small business conference, plan a holiday or special occasion function or reserve a small dining room for a private, truly elegant dinner party. Roy and his staff are confident that once you have visited and enjoyed Le Chambord, you'll become one of the family. Call Le Chambord for reservations at (845) 221-1941.

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Copyright: Mark Fink
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Uppladdad: 23/11/2008
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Tags: banquet hall; wedding; anniversary; corporate; party
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