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From intimate weddings to grand celebrations, our talented team will work alongside you every step of the way to ensure that your event is memorable.
Garden Pavilion Tent
Our Garden Pavilion Tent accommodates up to 125 guests for a buffet reception or 165 guests for a plated reception. We can add a tent extension to increase seating to 215 guests. Our tent comes equipped with round tables, Chiavari chairs, dance floor and cream napkins with cream linens. The tent has clear sides that can be closed, so it may be used rain or shine.
Solomon Dining Room
Our indoor venue, the light-filled Solomon Dining Room is a two-tiered space that accommodates up to 150 guests for a plated reception or 100 buffet reception with dancing on the lower level.
Our charming Brodsky Art Gallery is the perfect place for an intimate dinner, celebration, shower or cocktail reception. It features a baby grand piano and working fireplace.
Want to impress your family and wedding party with a truly delicious rehearsal dinner before your wedding? Chauncey has the perfect location for it! From the Brodsky Art Gallery and Pool Patio to the Garden Pavilion Tent, Chauncey can provide an indoor or outdoor location to host the rehearsal dinner of your dreams.
Afternoon Tea Parties
Celebrate a wedding, birthday, anniversary or baby shower with an Afternoon Tea Party in one of our unique settings.
Discover Central New Jersey
Discover Central New Jersey with our Weekend Terhune Orchards Experience Package
Overnight accommodations and breakfast for two at the Chauncey Hotel
A $25.00 gift card for Terhune Orchards farm store
Transportation to and from Terhune Orchards
Did you know?
Central New Jersey is where the War of American Independence was saved, thanks to George Washington’s daring decision in 1776 to cross the Delaware River to win battles at Trenton and Princeton.
Central New Jersey provided the nation’s first Capitol building, as the Continental Congress met at Nassau Hall, now the most famous ivy-draped building on the campus of Princeton University.
Central New Jersey was the first “breadbasket” of America’s greatest city, New York, producing corn and wheat, tomatoes, and other crops critical to feeding the “Big Apple.”
Central New Jersey is home to the Delaware & Raritan Canal State Park, one of the most stunning historic and recreation assets you’ll find anywhere—though we’ve sort of kept it a secret. The canal was once vital to bringing the bounty of the Garden State to New York. Today, it is a highly accessible recreation area for New Jersey, New York, and Philadelphia.
Central New Jersey’s location midway between New York and Philadelphia made it a vital crossroads throughout the US history. It is now the most accessible rural regions for 10 million city dwellers. Get started with a drive along the Millstone Valley or Delaware River National Scenic Byways.