About The Barn
Gorgeous estate nestled in quiet NH
The Barn at Bull Meadow is situated on a picturesque 34-acre wooded estate nestled in a quiet residential neighborhood in Concord, New Hampshire. The Barn was purpose-built with the intent of providing a beautiful and functional venue to allow for the comfort of our guests and zero compromises when it comes to the amenities that we’ve come to expect from a modern event center.
The barn has two bridal suites on the upper floor which have private restrooms as well as balconies overlooking the 3,600 square foot grand hall which will comfortably accommodate up to 180 guests. The grand hall has easy, same-level access to ADA compliant restrooms and bridal suite, as well as a rustic full-service bar that can serve guests indoors and to those outside enjoying the weather on the patio area. The entry way to the barn is warm and inviting and will make everyone feel at home before taking in the view of the grand hall. There is also dedicated access at the rear of the barn to allow caterers and vendors to work their magic without disturbing you and your guests. The caterers have an on-site kitchen to allow for a gourmet meal service for you and your guests!
1300ft private driveway
Paved parking and walkways
Stunning meadow views
Family-owned and operated
The Barn at Bull Meadow is family owned and operated by Justin, Jennifer and Eric Stephens. The three are New Hampshire natives, with strong ties to the community and a love and appreciation for what makes New Hampshire such a special place.
The story of Bull Meadow
One of the greatest things about this site beyond the location and amazing views is the story that goes along with it and lent itself to the Barn at Bull Meadow name.
Years ago, an old man lived in a small cabin on the land with no electricity and made a quiet living by farming the land, but all of the neighbors knew about the lone bull he kept on the property. They knew about him due to his propensity to escape his pen and wander to the neighbor’s home to treat himself to the plants and flowers in their gardens!
As we worked to build The Barn, neighbors who remembered the “Old Man and the Bull” shared with us stories and photos of the traveling bull. We loved the idea of paying homage to the heritage of the land, and thus The Barn at Bull Meadow was born!