Reimagined event space The Loft opens at Gideon Owen Wine Co.

PORT CLINTON — Holly Miller of Columbus was married on the Gideon Owen Wine Firm lawn very last yr, and her reception was held within the 150-yr-old vineyard. All through the reception, visitors ended up welcome to tour the vintage wine cellar with beverages in hand.

The marriage ceremony developed a unique encounter for the wedding celebration and company, but when Holly stepped within Gideon Owen’s freshly renovated celebration place, The Loft, all through an open dwelling on Aug. 13, she could imagine what the location could have added to her marriage ceremony reception.

“My wedding ceremony was best. I have no regrets,” she claimed. “This just would have been icing on the cake.”

Holly attended the open household with her mother-in-legislation, Carrie Miller of Catawba. The ladies experienced been inside of The Loft prior to the renovation, when purple carpet and dropped ceilings developed a dark ambiance. They have been struck, they claimed, by the transformation, expressing the area was brighter and far more open up.

Modifications made in The Loft generate a welcoming location

“I didn’t realize it. It is amazing,” Carrie reported. “I adore the rustic class.”

Teresa Moe of Macedonia, left, and Ann Glass, who owns homes in Port Clinton and Medina, sit at the bar inside The Loft at Gideon Owen Wine Company. The Loft is event space which will seat up to 125 people.

Legitimate to their ongoing motivation to meld historic preservation with modern-day development, Gideon Owen proprietors Quintin and Donna Smith retained the room’s authentic limestone walls although introducing modern day factors to the area.

“It’s a combination of Old Planet and present day planet, with the chandeliers and various sorts of household furniture,” reported Teresa Moe of Macedonia. “It blends together wonderfully.”

Moe attended the open house with Ann Glass, who owns homes in Port Clinton and Medina.