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The Tudor House

Where Memories Are Made

800 Arrowhead Villa Road

P.O. Box 50

Lake Arrowhead CA 92352

Tel: 909.336.5000 ext 2

www.TudorHouseWeddings.com

TudorHouseWebSites@gmail.com

 

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About The Tudor House

Luxury and Elegance are only the beginning at The Tudor House.  

The Tudor House offers a unique setting and is an ideal site for the wedding of your dreams.  

 

Whether you are having a small intimate weddings or a large lavish reception, your special day will be the picture of elegance and beauty.  

Allow one of our professional attendants to cater to your every need while you get ready in our private bridal suite.  Our staff can customize a variety of packages to include rehearsal dinner, bridesmaid lunches, wedding ceremony and reception as well as farewell brunches.  

 

Trust the details of your wedding to our experienced team at The Tudor House, a unique Lake Arrowhead Wedding venue. 

 

 
 
 
 

The Bracken Fern Manor as it is called today, was built in 1926, as the Market, a store and inn opening in 1929 as part of The Arrowhead, Club of The Pines. 

The Market, along with the other buildings, now The Tudor House, and the Second Stage, were originally built to be used as the community center to a housing development. Then along came the Great Depression, and in came Bugsy Siegel.

Until Bugsy's death The Arrowhead Club of The Pines was used as a destination to escape the heat for the LA crowd, and a gambling hall hooch making brothel.

Come and enjoy it's long legacy with us.  
 

The Bracken Fern Manor

Originally a Roaring 20's casino and speakeasy, The Tudor House was built in 1928 by mobster Bugsy Siegel.  After realizing that Lake Arrowhead was quickly becoming the escape for the Hollywood elite, Bugsy opened this exclusive members-only resort in 1929, the height of prohibition.  At that time, the resort included luxury guest quarters (The Bracken Fern Manor, still in existence today), horse stables, an Olympic sized pool, tennis courts, a private gas station, an artisan well which was used for moonshine, and most importantly - privacy.  All at a rumored cost of over $1 million dollars.  

This sprawling retreat in Arrowhead Villas has been completely restored to its original magnificence and is now a dining and private event venue.  
 

 

History