Local Interests : Things to See and Do
During your stay you can take part in the farm’s history. You can visit Loudoun’s many historic towns, its award-winning wineries, visit one of its many picturesque outdoor parks or even walk along the Appalachian trail. Afterwards, simply enjoy a relaxing afternoon or evening indoors in the completely restored farmhouse, with its mix of authentic 19th century decor and antiques. Whatever you choose, your will be revitalized by connecting to the past at this bucolic, historic farm.
Unison is one of Loudoun’s historic districts, and in any of these areas you can go antiquing, visit a winery, or find local artists and artisans and learn about their craft. Those who are interested in history can visit museums and learn about the areas’ past or, depending on the season, watch a re-enactment of the 1862 Battle of Unison or venture further to embrace all of Loudoun’s Civil War History.
Visit Manassas National Battlefield Park to explore the historic terrain where men fought and died more than a century ago during two battles near a little stream called Bull Run.
Read below to find out more about what there is to see and do around Loudon County when visiting The Inn at East Lynn Farm!
Winery & Brewery Visits
Visit some of the County’s award winner vineyards and experience private winery-to-winery tours, local wine tasting and learn unique culture of the region.
Philip Carter Winery (Hume)
Dirt Farm Brewery (Bluemont)
Bluemont Vineyard (Bluemont)
Doukenie Winery (Hillsboro)
Hillsboro Winery (Hillsboro)
Breaux Vineyards (Purcellville)
Notaviva Vineyards (Purcellville)
Sunset Hills Vineyards (Purcellville)
Swedenburg Winery (Middleburg)
Jack’s Run Brewing Company (Purcellville)
Make sure to enjoy a wonderful lunch or dinner at some of the area’s award-winning restaurants, which source from local farms such as East Lynn Farm.
Magnolia’s at the Mill (Purcellville)
Red Fox Inn & Tavern (Middleburg)
Market Salamander (Middleburg)
Goodstone Restaurant (Middleburg)
Smokin Willy (Purcellville)
The Restaurant at Patowmack Farm (Lovettsville)
Discover original Spa destinations and hot springs that attracted the likes of Thomas Jefferson.
Immerse yourself in full relaxation visiting either traditional Spas or intimate new resorts with family-friendly Spa policies.
Salamander Resort & Spa (Middleburg)
Amenity Day Spa (Ashburn)
Spa World (Centreville)
Poplar Springs, The Inn Spa (Casanova)
Landsdowne Resort’s Spa Minerale (Lansdowne)
For the Equestrian
In the fall, the famed International Gold Cup Races takes place in The Plains, VA; in early May there is the Virginia Gold Cup, also in The Plains. In early June the Upperville Colt and Horse Show takes place in nearby Upperville, VA. This is only a small sampling of the many Loudoun equestrian activities offered throughout the year. The Inn at East Lynn is available for stays during these and other equestrian events.
Horse owners staying at the Inn at East Lynn may bring their horses and field-board them in our pastures. The views and ride out offered at East Lynn are sure to provide even the most avid rider countless hours of tranquility and challenge. Please make sure to book your stay in advance.
Historic Homes and Gardens
While here take time to visit one of Loudoun’s Historic Homes and Gardens, such as:
Historic Morven Park, former home of Virginia Governor Westmoreland Davis
Historic Oatlands Plantation
Historic Aldie Mill
and others found here Loudoun’s-Historic Homes and Gardens
Don’t forget the great activities for children if you are a guest of the farm. For a list of fun things to do for kids of all ages, please go here.
Or, if you would prefer a quiet ride around Loudoun, visit Loudon’s countryside in a day with a number of stops along the way. Find special suggestions here.
For more detailed information on the surroundings and even a way to plan your entire visit, enjoy perusing this information.