Grand Isle Lake House


Grand Isle Lake House is tucked away in the idyllic Champlain Islands. With beautiful views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains, onsite accommodations and more, this wedding venue is a relaxing, lakeside oasis.

In Their Own Words:

Pamper your friends and family at a private historic hotel on Lake Champlain with full service meals provided by Let’s Pretend Catering!

Lake Champlain is one of Vermont’s greatest treasures, and the Grand Isle Lake House offers an unparalleled lakeshore setting. Celebrate your wedding May – October with sweeping views of the lake and the Green Mountains!

Our serene property boasts 13 beautiful guest rooms with exquisite woodwork and historic details. The expansive wraparound porch offers a stunning 270 degree view and is large enough for ceremonies, cocktail hours, to plated, buffet or family style dinners.

Our team is made up of friendly, experienced professionals who will create bespoke menus, provide an extensive bar service, and coordinate your event for you.

The Grand Isle Lake House has a rich history, and the building has been carefully restored to its original splendor by the Preservation Trust of Vermont for new generations to enjoy. The Lake House is operated as a partnership between the Preservation Trust and Let’s Pretend Catering. Celebrate your wedding here and take your place in this unique property’s history!

Favorite Moment During a Wedding: Just after the ceremony when everyone relaxes and the real fun starts.

Favorite Vermont Activity: All fall activities- leaf peeping, apple and pumpkin picking… the list goes on!

Dance Floor Request: Anything fast paced. 


On average, couples spend $5,500 to reserve Grand Isle Lake House for their wedding weekend. This includes a ceremony site, reception site and an onsite coordinator to assist with logistics. The rental also includes a full catering kitchen, tables and chairs. The Lake House has 13 bedrooms available to rent as well. Contact us for pricing details specific to your celebration!

Gallery Photo Credits: Elsie Goodman, Duback Photography, Danielle Allendorf

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