I am considering having our wedding at a mountain lodge and cabins about 2 hours away from our home city. The wedding package includes the whole place, which sleeps up to 30, for 3 nights and includes the event fee, tables, chairs, and cleanup. It is only a bit out our budget but I believe many of our friends and family would enjoy a long weekend in the mountains because there are lots of activities around and the property has a hot tub, pool, etc. Is it reasonable to offer those invited the additional option of booking a room there for the weekend for a certain amount of money? I have a friend who did something similar in a different state and said it worked out fine. People who wanted to were happy to pay to have somewhere to sleep, and those who did not want to just came to the wedding. Has anyone else encountered this sort of scenario? It's awkward to think about because it is sort of a destination wedding but not quite, and while I would love to be able to just invite everyone to stay for free, it just wouldn't be possible.