OPEN DOOR CATERING POLICY
You have the freedom to choose your own caterer, however, we can make some wonderful recommendations for local caterers as well as other vendors - photographers, decorators, florists, bakers, DJ's, beauticians, limos, officiants, etc.
Assistance provided with last minute event issues as well as parking, patrolling and cleaning of restrooms/grounds.
Can be served with a Liquor Liability Insurance Policy and insured bartender. Security must also be hired depending on alcohol served and the number of people at the event.
We offer 4 keg cooler and coca cola fountain systems as well as a ice machine.
Available for up to 12 vehicles for the bridal party and/or special guests. A spacious parking area is also provided for all others.
From both the front and side entrances.
Clean, modern on-site facilities that are handicap accessible with a infant changing area.
The Barn is a smoke-free facility with a Smoking Station away from barn where it will be permitted.
Barn at Ike's Place is a country event venue located in Amwell Township, Washington County, PA. It has been completely renovated with old-world charm. We are in our inaugural year of operation, and ready to host your upcoming day or weekend event from April through October.
Our site has indoor facilities, open courtyard and fire pit as well as multiple outdoor sites to make your day just the way you always imagined. It is situated on the top of a ridge amidst miles of Western Pennsylvania's rolling hills, lush fields, majestic oaks, ponds and streams.
We are conveniently located 15 minutes from Washington, PA; 40 minutes from Morgantown, WV; 45 minutes from Wheeling, WV; and 50 minutes from Pittsburgh, PA.
INDOOR SEATING FOR UP TO 325 PEOPLE (Based on 8 People per 60" Round Tables - Additional Seating Arranged with Banquet Tables)
Our venue also features a dance floor as well as a staging area for caterers.
The Barn is situated on the 500 acre Iams Family Farm which was designated as a Century Farm for having been in the family for over 100 consecutive years. Originally, the farm raised sheep, however in 1957, they switched to Dairy. The dairy operation was sold in 1964 and the farm currently raises beef cattle and a hay crop.