475 Shady Lane

Manchester, PA 17345

  • Facebook - White Circle
  • Pinterest - White Circle
  • Instagram - White Circle

© 2019 by Historic Shady Lane 

Property Features

of Historic Shady Lane
The Main House

Built in 1825 by Jacob and Anne Hake, which you will see engraved on the front of the house, this stunning stone and wooden house is home to the owners and hosts our den, one of the estate's bridal suites. The house makes for a stunning backdrop for rose garden ceremonies. 

©  Ashley and Justin Photography

The Cottage

Built in 1911, the cottage served as the home to Frederick Small's spinster sister. This building is home to our bridal suite and includes the original windows which allow the natural sunlight to shine in. 

This alluring stone retreat with its hand-picked vintage pieces will provide you with privacy, comfort, and a perfect setting for photographs with your friends and bridal party. Enjoy being pampered and the stress-free feeling of having your stylists come to you in our salon suite!


Amenities Include:
– Fully outfitted kitchen
– Salon suite for hair and makeup
– Bridal Suite
– Bridal Party Suite
– Vintage Decor, perfect for photographs

©  Olivia Rehman Photography

©  ZAM Photo

The Den

Located under the patio of the Main House, the den is the estate's second bridal suite. 

Complete with a full kitchen and bath, your second half won't have to stress about getting ready in a hotel and then making it to the ceremony on time. The den opens to a large shaded patio and has a beautiful view of the grounds. The Den and Cottage are far enough apart, photographers can take you out separately for photographs without worrying you'll bump into one another before the time is right.

 

Your significant other is sure to have a good time getting ready while playing some cards, throwing some darts and toasting to a new journey together! 

The gem of Historic Shady Lane - built in 1890 by Lord & Burnham, the glass and stone greenhouse is the setting for ceremonies and cocktail hours alike. Adorned with crystal chandeliers and twinkling white lights, the greenhouse  is awaiting you and your guests. 

The Greenhouse

© Sarah B Photography 

The Bandstand

Admist the ivy and shade trees is our rustic early 1900s bandstand, which was home to summer concerts in the early twentieth century. Easily becoming the new favorite ceremony site, couples can take on this structure as their own with florals, greenery or leaving it as nature would have it. 

©  Earthmark Photography

The Rose Garden

For those wanting a dramatic entrance and exit to their ceremony, this spot is for you! Embellished with pink rose bushes, cobblestone walkways, an early 1900s stone patio, lush ivy and a babbling brook, the Rose Garden is the classic garden wedding you've always dreamed of and more. 

©  Vince Ha Photography

The Gardens + Distillery

Below the early 1800s spring-fed whiskey distillery are the gardens of Shady Lane. Sprinkled with spring blossoms and mid-summer bloomers, the gardens are a whimsical backdrop for sunny strolls, intimate ceremonies and alluring portraits. 

©  Sparrow and Lace

Our elegant reception tent measures 

40x100 feet and provides the perfect 

canvas for any wedding theme. Complete

with crystal chandeliers and a beautiful

entry way, your guests will enjoy dancing 

and music all evening long! 

See more here

The Reception Tent

©  Lauren Fair Photography