Belle Meade Farm Inn and Bed & Breakfast
353 Ft Valley Road
Sperryville, VA 22740
We invite you to come find peace and sustenance in our beautiful, natural setting. Breathe in the splendor of the mountains and the sky. Feel the openness, the quiet. Hear the birds. Smell the woods and fields. Observe your being relax and expand. Be renewed, refreshed by the sun, the wind, the rain, the tranquility. Pause. Stay a few nights.
Enjoy massage or reiki. Be nourished by our healthy, tasty food. Curl up in the parlor by the stove with a book that caught your eye. Relax and read by our 60-foot pool. Watch the sunset over Old Rag or gaze at the stars from the hot tub. Enjoy the bountiful, organic flower and vegetable gardens.
Our restored Victorian farmhouse is on 138 acres of fields, woods, and streams in a beautiful valley surrounded by mountains. Guest of all ages are welcome. Whole house rentals, group retreats, and longer stays are available. Our dog will greet you. We love it here and think you will too.
Food: Breakfast, Organic foods prepared when possible
Amenities: Great View, Private Bath, Massage, Hot Tub, Swimming Pool, Woodstove
Activities and Animals:
Chickens, Fishing, Gardening, Bird Watching, Pigs, Horses, Cows, Rafting, Teaching Farm, Swimming, Organic farming
Fairwinds Farm & Stables
41 Tailwinds Lane
North East, MD 21901
Relax in country comfort in a restored Victorian home on this working horse farm in the heart of Maryland horse country. Visit with Jeepers the Goat and help gather the eggs from the henhouse. After a hearty farm breakfast, you may choose to take a riding lesson, carriage ride or trail ride! We are 3.5 miles from Exit 100B (towards Rising Sun) off of I-95, and close to many local attractions. We welcome children. All rates include full country breakfast. We offer carriage rides, too.
Bring your horses along! We offer overnight stall space or turnout (or both), and access to our rings, cross country course and trails. And its a short trip to Fair Hill to ride on 5,000 acres! Indoor and outdoor rings. Cross-country field with a variety of jumps.
Layups: For those traveling with horses, we provide a wonderful overnight resting place for you and your horse(s). 12′X12′ stalls (some larger) board fence turnout, feed and hay provided upon request.
Amenities: Linens provided, Stabling for horses, FireplaceActivities & Animals
Chickens, Horseback Riding, Hay wagon, Fishing, Hiking, Horses, Teaching Farm, Sleigh Rides, Horse Drawn Wagon Ride
The Inn at Mount Vernon Farm
206 Mount Vernon Lane
Sperryville, VA 22740
In 1827 John Miller Jr, “Poplar John”, purchased Mount Vernon Farm and built this home on a knoll overlooking his fields and the Shenandoah mountains. From the front porch he could watch over his herd and relax to the sounds of nature. Five generations later we invite you to join us on the farm and step back in time to a place where you can put the stress of modern life behind you and unwind in a beautiful setting. The Millers.
Mount Vernon Farm Grass-Fed utilizes humane, sustainable, and holistic methods to produce 100% Grass-Fed, Grass-Finished Beef and Lamb as well as Pastured Pork and Soy Free Eggs. Totaling 840 acres, Mount Vernon Farm is nestled along the Blue Ridge Mountains in Rappahannock County, Virginia and has been farmed by the Miller family since 1827.
We sell our products in vacuum sealed packaging that is flash frozen immediately after portioning. We have an on- farm store open from 1-5pm Fridays and 11am-4pm Saturdays as well as buyers clubs throughout Northern and Central Virginia. You can find the order form on our website.
Amenities: Internet, Phone, A/C, Private Bath, Fireplace, TV, Library, Farm Store
Activities & Animals
Sheep, Pigs, Cows
39595 Weatherlea Farm Lane
Lovettsville, VA 20180
WeatherLea Farm occupies 28 acres of rolling hills in Lovettsville, VA. We are at the northern tip of Virginia — less than a mile from the Potomac River bridge to Brunswick, Maryland, and only six miles from the confluence of the Potomac and the Shenandoah rivers at Harper’s Ferry, West Virginia.
Since purchasing Weather Lea in 1992, Malcolm and Pamela Baldwin have planted perennial and kitchen gardens, apple and peach orchards and a small wine grape vineyard. We work hard on our farm tending our vineyard and our flock of sheep and llamas, and hosting weddings and events as well as overnight guests. We are deeply involved in local efforts to preserve farmland and the historic and natural heritage of Loudoun County.
We are welcoming visitors for overnight stays at The Milk Cottage at WeatherLea Farm. Guests enjoy visiting our wine grape vineyard (sometimes helping with the harvest if their visit coincides) and seeing our flock of llamas and sheep, including spring lambs. Apples, peaches and raspberries can also be picked in season. Viognier and Cabernet Franc wines made from WeatherLea grapes are available locally, and wool products from our sheep are available for purchase on the farm. The Milk Cottage at WeatherLea Farm is an ideal spot for a unique farmstay experience!
Food: Breakfast, Self preparation
Amenities: Full kitchen, Linens provided, Laundry facilities, Internet, Great View, A/C, Private Bath, Free WiFi, Barbeque/Grill, TV, DVD/VCR, Farm Store
Activities & Animals
Hiking, Biking, Bird Watching, Skiing, Canoeing/kayaking, Sheep, Llamas, Rafting, Vineyard, Orchards, Swimming, Berry picking