News : After 230 years, York restaurant combines history, scener and green outreach

Oct 7, 2010

By Jim Cavan

The Seacoast is known for a lot of things: history, tourism, natural beauty and renowned cuisine being chief among them. But while many places might fit one or even a few of these descriptions, there aren’t many that encompass nearly all of what makes the region unique.

York’s Clay Hill Farm can claim just that.

Originally built in 1780 as a working farm, today Clay Hill stands as a 220-seat restaurant and special events venue nestled in acres of rolling lawns, protected coastal woodlands and lush gardens. From atop their garden-view decks can be seen charming waterfalls, a gleaming pond, vibrant flowers and birds and a majestic gazebo any bride would be thrilled to stand beneath.

Inside, a modern, locally-derived cuisine is prepared in a classic, distinctly New England setting – just a few of the qualities that led them to be voted #1 for weddings in romantic dining by the Seacoast Media Group....Click here to read the full story in Newburyport Business!