B & B is an amazing venue with so much to offer! Several beautiful barns for lots of photo opps. The bridal barn is so quaint and decorated beautifully with a stunning purple sofa.The ceremony takes place with the view of Three Sisters mountains in the lower ADKs. This was meaningful because our three sisters were attendants. :-)Terri and her family make the venue special with lovely landscaping features and flowers for the season. They also provide a fire at night with chairs to sit around! The family is always making upgrades to the barns to make it a very desirable place to have your wedding.The 2017 wedding season saw a major restroom addition off the main barn. Very impressive project done in a short time.If you’re looking for an all around beautiful country style wedding, look no further. This place is it.

Lisa, Event Date: 09/16/2017


Burlap and Beams is a farm in the Albany, New York area for couples seeking a country venue with views of the Adirondack Mountains. With Three Sisters Mountain in the background, couples can marry outdoors or in the historic wooden barn. A 10 minute drive from Warrensburg, New York, this venue’s location is intimate and scenic.

Facilities and Capacity
Up to 200 guests are welcome to join couples at Burlap and Beams. Ceremonies take place on the lush green lawn with mountain greenery as the backdrop. Receptions can be held under the white peak tent or in the barn. The tent is erected over a patio to ensure guest's feet stay dry in the event of rainy weather. The barn’s exterior is weathered and rustic, with large windows all around to ensure the space doesn’t feel closed off. The windows also give guests a view of the expansive property.

Services Offered
The property at Burlap and Beams has its own parking for guests and the wedding party. The venue provides couples with a bridal suite and event rentals for their wedding day. Items available to rent include:
Arches Centerpieces Chairs Dance floor Decor Furniture Lighting Linens Tables Tent accessories Tents 

While the venue is strictly a venue for ceremonies and receptions, couples will receive a list of lodging options in nearby towns when booking Burlap and Beams for their special day.

The property’s history can be traced back to 1820, when Guy Brooks built a tavern on the land. The main house was built in 1855, and the barns have been carefully maintained since 1965. In the 1980s, they were moved to their current location to protect them from flooding.


Venue Type
Farm, Historic
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27 Reviews

User4644915, Event Date: 2+ years ago
Quality of Service: 1.0 Responsiveness: 1.0 Professionalism: 1.0 Value: 0.5 Flexibility: 1.0

Burlap and Beams was a huge disappointment! The grounds are rustic and the barn for the wedding ceremony was nice, but the dressing rooms left a lot to be desired. The bathrooms were too far away and were the portable kind. It was raining and in heels, I almost slipped several times on the narrow slippy portable steps up into the bathroom. They were also totally inflexible. Any little thing we asked them for was received with irritation and no response. The worst part was that at exactly the moment that our time ended, they were clapping their hands at us and telling us to clear out. Very rude!! They could have given us 10 or 15 minutes to wrap up conversations and begin to move out. We also had to set up all of our own tables and do all the decorating ourselves. Very over priced for what you got. My son who got married two months earlier at Francis Farms was wonderful in comparison. Would not recommend this place.

Services Used: Event Venue
Burlap and Beams responded with the following comments:
We are sorry you feel this way. We do tours with all couples and they only book with complete knowledge of our Adirondack venue, our rustic grooms and bridal rooms and restroom trailers. We only use high end Ritz wedding restroom trailers. They are actually top of the line restroom trailers not porta pottys. They come with running water, vanitys music granite, music and heat. The rain can make any surface slippery and I am sorry that happened to you. As far as leaving when the wedding reception is over. In our contract we discuss that guests need to move on to after party locations due to cleanup and wedding setups on Sundays. We rent our venue out for 6 hours and want our couples and guests to have a nice time but due to cleanup and vendors packing up and safety reasons guests need to head out after the wedding. We are very lucky that we are close by to Lake George where many couples head to for an after party if the 6 hours is not enough time. Thank you for your input and we hope you accept our sincere apologies. Warmly, Burlap and Beams.