"It's all yours!" It's a phrase we like to hear when served dessert, but love to hear when touring potential destination wedding reception sites. Secludedness is next to gorgeousness when it comes to falling for a location: We all want ours to be the only wedding in the world—no randoms wandering through the rehearsal dinner or unfortunate looking sunbathers showing up in the ceremony photos. Have these stranger-free options all to yourself.

Kenwood Inn and Spa in Kenwood, California

World-class wines, mild weather, and a landscape of rolling, vine-covered hills all make Napa and Sonoma counties a favorite getaway. The Kenwood Inn, a 29-room resort set in the romantically named "Valley of the Moon," combines the best of these elements. The inn, designed like a Mediterranean villa, includes a swimming pool, sunning terraces, a steam room, a hot tub, a wine bar, and a dining room. The chef makes good use of local produce, cheeses, wines, and meats in a dining room with a fireplace and a courtyard. Rooms are plush, with fireplaces, feather beds, and cozy bathrobes.

Guest Activities: Themed winery tours can be arranged: You can visit historic wineries, for example, or wineries of interest to garden lovers.

Wedding 411: Weddings take place at the pool area, on a stone terrace surrounded by gardens, where about 60 guests can be accommodated. For larger groups up to 125, the pool can be covered and tented for an additional fee.

Fees: $48,000 for two nights; includes chair and table rental, a three-course breakfast for all guests, and twenty-nine 50-minute spa treatments.

Courtesy of Kenwood Inn and Spa

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