Your Premiere Richboro Event Facility

Your wedding. Your daughter’s Sweet 16. Your parents’ anniversary party. For decades, families in Richboro have turned to The Warrington Country Club for classic events in a contemporary setting.

Spend time near our picturesque grounds and you’ll hear the joyful sounds of music, laughter and celebration as friends and family gather in Richboro’s premiere event facility.

Our facilities include our award-winning gardens, our grand, elegant Wedgewood Ballroom, the more intimate Crystal Room and the Arbor Room and Founder’s Room, both perfect for cocktail hours and small gatherings.

We pride ourselves on bold management, creative culinary creations and a devoted staff ready to make your event a success, from wedding receptions to a bar mitzvahs or bat mitzvahs to retirement parties to corporate meetings and school banquets. Whatever the event, we’re ready to provide expert, personal service.

Elegant Richboro Wedding Receptions

Warrington Country Club is one of the leading catering services for Richboro wedding receptions. We pride ourselves in handling all the details of wedding coordination, allowing couples to focus on their big moment.

Our ballrooms can accommodate 50-300 guests, while our culinary staff is ready with a fresh, diverse menu of hors d’oeuvres, platters, soups, entrees and desserts. We’re ready to answer every question and manage every detail of your wedding receptions. Come find out why hundreds of couples have chosen Warrington Country Club for one of the most important days of their lives.

Catering Services for Richboro Events

Planning an event can be daunting, but the staff at Warrington Country Club can help you ease the burden. Our Richboro banquet hall is the perfect setting for your family party or other special event. Whether you’re planning an engagement party, client open house or an elaborate gala, we offer a diverse range of menu options that can be customized for you and your guests.

 Host Your Bar/Bat Mitzvah at our Richboro Banquet Hall

Come celebrate your Richboro bar mitzvah/bat mitzvah at the Warrington Country Club. Our banquet hall can be customized to suit the needs of your guests, whether you’ll be hiring a band or DJ, or adding options like a photo booth or sundae bar.

You may be planning a small family gathering or a huge party. Either way, we’re ready to help your child mark this important milestone.


My wife and I got married at the Warrington Country Club in May 2016. We knew from our first meeting with Tyler and their staff that there was no better choice than the Warrington for our wedding! We were blown away by how beautiful the venue looked, how attentive the staff was, and how delicious the food was. Tyler and Linda were available throughout our entire wedding day and made sure that everyone was taken care of and everyone was having a great time!

From our outdoor ceremony, to cocktail hour in the Arbor Room, and our reception in the Wedgewood Ballroom, my wife and I could not have dreamed of a better wedding. Our guests continue to tell us that this was the best wedding they have ever attended. They accommodated every single one of our requests and truly provided us with an amazing wedding day. We had close to 200 people and the venue and dance floor were perfectly sized to fit everyone. The appetizers, entrees, desserts and food stations were phenomenal.

Thank you, Tyler, Linda, and all the amazing staff for making this the wedding of our dreams!

-          Dan W.

About Richboro

If you’re looking for a little bit of history, visit Richboro Pennsylvania. This community, which is a part of the Township of Northampton, began as a farming community. There are quite a few Richboro buildings located on the national Register of Historic Places. Hampton Hill, also known as Bennet-Search House, is a historic home that was built around 1744. It is thought to have harbored slaves on the Underground Railroad. Willow Mill Complex is a complex of historic building. The buildings were built between 1800 and 1840.  Also, be sure to see the John Thompson House and Twin Trees Farm.