Mount Sequoyah Offers Campus, With Natural Beauty and Full-Service Features, as Wedding Space

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Mount Sequoyah Retreat Center Provides Ceremony Sites, Reception Space, Lodging Facilities And Catering Services For Full-Scale Wedding Venue

Press Release updated: Feb 5, 2018 12:49 CST

Fayetteville, Ark., February 5, 2018 – ​Mount Sequoyah Retreat and Conference Center, a nonprofit community center in Fayetteville, Ark., offers ceremony sites, reception space, lodging options and catering services as a full-scale, comprehensive wedding site. The historic campus provides several options for both large and small events, creating a beautiful and complete wedding venue nestled in the Ozark Mountains.

The center provides an eclectic and inclusive space to accommodate an expansive destination wedding party or a small wedding event in a natural, serene environment. Mount Sequoyah features a variety of options for wedding accommodations, including: The Chapel at Martin, a vintage chapel with colorful stained glass windows, Vesper Point, an outdoor chapel with built-in wooden benches and a raised rock altar, Williams- Ware Gazebo lawn, which can accommodate around 300 people, and Louisiana Plaza, an outdoor stone terrace event space with fire pit, hanging Edison lights and a soothing water feature. The retreat and conference center also offers hotel-style rooms, two- or three-bedroom houses, historic halls, lodges, a large dining facility, outdoor swimming pool, tennis courts and more.

The team at Mount Sequoyah strives to provide thorough hospitality and goes above- and-beyond to help create beautiful memories which couples can cherish. One recent bride described the facility as “everything we needed in a venue. Aside from the natural beauty and vistas, logistically and financially it is a great place to host a wedding.â€� Another couple said, “Our guests continually raved about how good the meals were and how beautiful Mt. Sequoyah was and how they loved being there. It was absolutely perfect as our base of operations…our Weekend Wedding HQ.â€�

While the physical presence of Mount Sequoyah is defined, in large part, by more than 40 structures, the diverse natural beauty of the grounds contributes to the retreat’s enduring appeal. Mount Sequoyah Retreat and Conference Center is a staple of the Northwest Arkansas community and has a mission to continuously bring people together for celebration, education and spiritual transformation.

For pricing and more information, call or email the Director of Hospitality, Rebecca Liles: 479-443-4531, [email protected]

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Mount Sequoyah Retreat and Conference Center was founded in 1922 as a summer retreat, spiritual center and faith-based training facility west of the Mississippi River. Featuring houses, cottage rooms, historic halls, lodges, outdoor and indoor chapels and beautiful natural surroundings, Mount Sequoyah is the perfect location for weddings, camps, group events and more. Mount Sequoyah Retreat and Conference Center, now an independent nonprofit, is a Northwest Arkansas staple and a premier location for any event.

For more information, please visit: mountsequoyah.org 

Source: Mount Sequoyah Conference and Retreat Center

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