East Lynn is one of Loudoun County’s oldest working farms dating back to the early 1800s. After lying dormant for almost a decade and being nearly lost to residential development, East Lynn is being farmed once again. The farm consists of a total 143 acres with four acres dedicated to sustainably growing heirloom variety vegetables and flowers, 100 acres of pasture for our livestock and nearly 40 acres for hay production. Our growing season typically goes from March until late October beginning with the bloom of hundreds of tulips and ending with the harvesting of our fall cool season crops. In between, we harvest thousands of sustainably-grown flowers, fruits and vegetables. East Lynn Farm also raises a variety of animals including black-angus cattle, heritage-breed turkeys, chickens, ducks, and sheep. All of our animals, including our chickens, ducks and turkeys, are completely pasture-raised on our verdant fields.
We hope you will explore and find out more about our produce, livestock, CSA program, events, and opportunities to get some relaxation from a stay at The Inn at East Lynn. Welcome.
East Lynn Farm produces a variety of fruits, vegetables and flowers, as well as top-quality meat, poultry and related products. East Lynn Farm is committed to sustainable farming – we do not use any synthetic, non-organic herbicides or pesticides. As part of our sustainable farming practices, we fertilize our growing fields only with compost made from organic matter (e.g., leaves, straw, hay, spent vegetables and flowers) combined with aged manure from our livestock.
History of East Lynn
East Lynn is a 143-acre working farm nestled between the beautiful Bull Run and Blue Ridge Mountains. The Farm has breathtaking views of both scenic mountain ranges. The Farm has stunning antebellum barns, a charming old farmhouse, and lies along Virginia’s Scenic Byway. We loved the place at first sight and you will too.
Read more about what we discovered when we began its restoration >