The Inn

Welcome to the Inn at East Lynn, a Virginia Hunt Country Bed and Breakfast that’s more than just a guest room in a house. Nestled between the scenic Blue Ridge and Bull Run Mountains, you will have the entire historic farmhouse for your exclusive use and relaxation. The Inn comfortably sleeps up to eight adults in its three large guestroms. For our equestrian guests, you are welcome to bring your horse for boarding for Virginia riding at its best. We invite you to explore our 143-acre working farm. Just one hour from Washington, D.C., the Inn at East Lynn is the perfect destination for romantic weekends, weekly stays and family vacations. Close to Middleburg and a stone’s throw from Virginia’s finest wineries, golf courses and Civil War sites, we offer the consummate countryside experience.

Rustic, down-to-earth and brimming with charm, an East Lynn Farm stay offers a blissful escape from the bustle of everyday life. European agriturismo farm stays have flourished, fueled by “interest in getting back to the land”, restoring traditional farming practices and preserving the beauty of historic farmhouses. Now you, your family and friends can have your own private farm stay experience just one-hour outside of Washington, D.C. How you spend your days is up to you … take a wildflower walk … or go star gazing … or pitch in on the farm by helping to pick heirloom tomatoes and collect fresh eggs. Hearty country breakfasts made with the fresh ingredients picked by you and your guests will delight your senses. Afterwards, take some time to relax on the porches and soak up the panoramic views of the majestic nearby mountains.

For those of you getting married at nearby venues, The Inn at East Lynn is the perfect choice for your out-of-town guests. For those touring Loudoun’s nearby wineries, such as Otium Cellars, Bogati Bodega and Winery, and Bluemont Vineyards, or breweries, like Dirt Farm Brewing, Corcoran Brewing Company, Catoctin Distilling Company, or Adroit Theory Brewing, consider combining your trip with a stay at our Inn.

Photos by Greg Gibson Photography, Vness Photography, Ridge and Ramble (Photos by Kelsey Rae), Sarah Fortney Photography, Photos by Emily Marie