Weddings & Occasions

Whatever you’re dreaming, let the magic of Gaie Lea make your special occasion for up to 250 guests one of a kind. Located in historic Staunton, Virginia, Gaie Lea is a short 35 minute drive from Charlottesville. Just 2 hours from Richmond, Roanoke, and Washington, this exclusive destination feels refreshingly like it’s worlds away. Breathe in the traditional southern charm and endless possibilities — rustic campfires in the stone fire pit overlooking the lake, deliciously fresh farm-to-table fare enjoyed al fresco in the pavilion, tea amongst the formal English boxwoods, a private poolside soiree, enchanted woodland picnic conversation, gentlemen’s bourbon and cigars on the porch, biking along treasured trails, and your perfect wedding day. Gaie Lea offers a spectacular private setting for your ceremony, rehearsal dinner, family vacation, reunion, graduation, holiday, intimate retreat, or a fun getaway for your closest girlfriends. Call for pricing, and let us help you start planning your special occasion.



Call 540-292-5435 or for your custom event rate.

“Where picture-perfect memories are made…Gaie Lea is breathtaking from the moment you turn onto its hilly, wooded driveway. Upon entering the home, you’ll quickly find there’s space aplenty — even if you have a large group. For that reason, I would say this home is one that would be ideal for a long-term rental. There truly is enough room to let everyone go their own direction and enjoy the peace and quiet in the tranquility of this countryside estate. As you get settled in, it is apparent how much thought and preparation went into the setup of this property.”

— Lindsey D., Texarkana, Texas

“Perfect weekend for the family of the groom.”This was the perfect house for my family to stay in for my son’s wedding. They came from as far as Oregon. Everyone was blown away. We had the family football game and volleyball game in the front yard. The cows even came by to watch. So relaxing and beautiful. It made the wedding weekend a huge success.”

— Clemmie, Abingdon, Virginia