Address: 115 Old Highway 28 Whitehouse Station, NJ
Year First Built: 1796
Year Aquired: 2012
Square Footage: 12,000 expanding to 78,000
Built in 1796, the Ryland Inn is a former country home and stagecoach stop. Newly redesigned with exposed wood beams and elegant chandeliers, the hospitable setting is perfect for a casual dinner, special occasion, or private party.Located in Whitehouse Station and set upon acres of historical grounds, The Ryland Inn has reopened to boast not only an exceptional menu and atmosphere, but also a brand new ballroom and event space. The Ryland has been a destination to many affluent guests, from presidents to notable dignitaries; and has earned its reputation for being one of the best restaurants in New Jersey. Although only three years old, The Ryland Inn, has already been voted one of the best NJ wedding venues and has won awards from Manhattan Bride, The Knot and NJ Bride Magazine. They also have seamlessly hosted numerous corporate meetings, events and non-profit galas.