A Loudoun County, VA Community
Established in 1787, Middleburg Virginia is a picturesque vision of colonial life that evokes a longing for a simpler time and place. Located in the heart of hunt country an hour outside of Washington DC, Middleburg is 46.6 miles away via US-50 E and VA-267 E. Once here, you will find yourself transported back to 18th century colonial Virginia. Complete with fox hunts, steeplechase (horse racing,) Revolutionary and Civil War reenactments, this town oozes relaxed refinement. Middleburg is also tucked amongst some of Virginia’s (30+) more notable Vineyards and wineries such as: Greenhill, Cana, and Boxwood Estate to name a few. Your weekends here will never be dull with endless acres to explore and taste your way through. Residents of Middleburg are some of the nicest, easygoing people you’ll ever meet. This is the type of place where people don’t lock their doors and everyone knows their neighbors. Middleburg is also known for attracting droves of arbor enthusiast during the autumn season to enjoy the foliage change colors.
Blink and you’ll miss it; Middleburg is only about 1.4 square miles, with an estimated population around 841 people. Choosing a home here will certainly come with all the breathing room anyone could ask for. While in Middleburg, be sure to check out the oldest continually operating inn in the United States, the Red Fox Inn and Tavern. If you’re in the mood for something more modern and luxurious, try the Salamander Resort & Spa. This 5-star luxury resort is a romantic ode to Middleburg’s equestrian heritage. Here you will be able to indulge in fine dining, massages, riding lessons, a steam or sauna, and many other relaxing activities.
No matter what you come to Middleburg for, you too will experience why the residents of this charming town have fallen in love with it and seldomly leave. Before you head out, check VistMiddleburg.com’s events calendar; don’t say we didn’t warn you! There’s just SO much to see and do.
23381 Sam Fred Road
Middleburg, VA 20117