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My daughter and son-in-law were married at the Hawkesdene this past weekend. My husband I had not seen the location until the wedding weekend, and I can say that the pictures did not do it justice. We rented the location for 3 nights, which was...More
The Hawksdene provided us with a glorious and memorable wedding. Accommodations are wonderful, setting is fantastic and food is unbelievable. Breakfast was very ample with unique dishes, Lunches consisted of two item, sandwiches and chips or salad and delicious home made bread. However it took...More
One week ago, we held our wedding weekend at Hawkesdene. The experience was beyond my wildest expectations, and there is nothing I would change about the weekend. We had guests come and stay for three nights, and the hospitality, ambiance, food and support was phenomenal...More
My now husband and I live in Sydney, Australia VERY far away from our family and friends in Chicago so when we were planning our wedding we knew we wanted it to be a special weekend not only for ourselves but our family and friends...More
Hope we get to return someday. Everything was incredible. Attention to detail unmatched. Exquisitely designed to hide you away in a mountain haven. You will be pampered. You will not want to leave. Definitively recommended to any and all types of get away plans.
I'd be coming from Chicago, so where is the closest airport and how long a drive is it from that airport to Hawksdene?
13 November 2014|
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We flew in to Atlanta, which seemed easiest. Then we hit epic traffic. Epic. And I'm from Chicago too, so I know epic. The Dan Ryan has nothing on this. 4 hours later we were there. But Hawksedene was completely worth... More
We flew in to Atlanta, which seemed easiest. Then we hit epic traffic. Epic. And I'm from Chicago too, so I know epic. The Dan Ryan has nothing on this. 4 hours later we were there. But Hawksedene was completely worth it.
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"Get to the property during daylight. It is easier to see."