Rooms are available at: Hampton Inn Haverhill
The group block cost is $119 a night with Group Code: BEW
Rooms with a single king bed or two queen beds are available for any or all of the evenings of April 20, 21, and 22. Rooms must be booked by March 30.
For more information, see their Beck & McQuaid Wedding Block page.
The closest airport to the hotel and the wedding venue is Manchester, NH (MHT). However, it is often more cost efficient, and not much farther, to fly into and out of Boston’s Logan airport (BOS). Both have shuttles to multiple rental car companies.
Things to do:
The area immediately surrounding Zorvino Vineyard is pretty quiet, but nearby Boston has a lot to offer!
To see the historical and modern landmarks of the city we recommend walking The Freedom Trail or riding the Old Town Trolley. Either of these tours will give you the main attractions of the city, including the old North Church, Paul Revere’s house, and the Boston Commons and Boston Public Gardens.
On a clear day you can see all of Boston from above at the Skywalk Observatory at the top of the Prudential Center.
If you want to stay a little bit closer to the vineyard, the waterfront town of Newburyport, MA offers a traditional New England experience with high-end shopping, wonderful seafood restaurants, and whale watching.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Are children invited to the wedding? No, the wedding is an adult affair. Babysitting services have been arranged, just let us know if you need them! Children are invited to all other events of the weekend. Please feel free to bring them to those events as we would love to see them!
Umm, what is your save the date all about? Ctrl + S is the keyboard shortcut for “Save” on a PC. Ctrl + F is the shortcut for “Find.” The zeros and ones of the heart are binary code for “Ryan and Whitney 2017”, this surrounds a QR code, which, if scanned, would bring you to this website!
Your invitations are so pretty! Where’d you get that cool space pattern? Thank you! The background of the pieces of our invitation is from an actual image of outer space, of the “galactic center” of our galaxy, the Milky Way, taken by the Hubble Space Telescope.
Wow, you guys are nerds. Yes, we’re aware. We’re ok with it.