There is more than wine in our area
Northern Loudoun and nearby
Washington, D.C.- area visitors escape to our neighborhood in Northern Virginia to relax and get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. We are just a short drive away and you can decompress and enjoy a romantic weekend, take in small-town shops and restaurants or explore the outdoors. It will rejuvenate your soul.
Just 25 miles outside Washington D.C., our Loudoun County home has attractions for outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs, foodies, craft beer fans and wine aficionados alike. Whether you’re just staying for the day or a whole week, find a variety of itineraries to make your Loudoun County getaway unforgettable! If you love water sports, the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers flow near Northern Virginia’s borders with Maryland and West Virginia, and make for fabulous fishing, kayaking, whitewater rafting and tubing.
Washington County is known for its rich history. Located in the crossroads of the Civil War, it is home to South Mountain State Battlefield, Antietam National Battlefield, and the July 1863 Battle of Hagerstown. But Washington County also has a rich cultural scene.
Hagerstown’s Arts & Entertainment District is home to the Maryland Theatre which offers year-round performances and events, including Maryland Symphony Orchestra concerts the Western Maryland Blues Fest and Washington County Museum of Fine Arts.
Just a few miles north on Harpers Ferry Road, you’ll find Almost Heaven Jefferson County, WV – where the Shenandoah River was immortalized by singer John Denver. It has charming small towns steeped in American history and stunning natural resources and recreational opportunities like the world-famous Appalachian Trail and Harpers Ferry National Park. Known for its rich Civil War history and deep ties to George Washington’s family, Jefferson County also has Harpers Ferry, Shepherdstown and Charles Town that celebrate the past and provide boutique shopping and dining opportunities.
Frederick County is where, museums meet martini bars; scenic landscapes provide thrill seekers with adventure and; cutting edge cuisine is served up in Civil War-era buildings alongside unique specialty shops, galleries, museums, and theaters.
The city of Frederick, Md., is surrounded by mountain views, wineries, orchards and vibrant Main Street communities. Visitors can hike the Appalachian Trail, visit Maryland’s largest brewery, and tour a battlefield all in one day.
Want to spend the weekend in Northern Virginia’s Wine Country?
Stay at some of the B&Bs along or near Harpers Ferry Road! Some are located right next to wineries!
Barn Apartment – 4 guests, 2 BR, 3 baths
Modern, furnished barn apartment, full kitchen, free WiFi.
Homestead 1870 – 4 guests, 2 BR, 1 baths
Rustic 1870’s farmhouse and honor market, right across the street from Maggie’s Wine Cave.
Log Mansion – 16+ guests, 8 BR, 4.5 baths
A 6,000-square-foot, custom log cabin mansion with 15 scenic acres, 8 bedrooms, large deck/porch and an amazing 2-story family room furnished for casual relaxation. New hot tub and fire pit installed.
Spring House Farm – 2 guests, 1 BR & bath
At the foothill of Short Hill Mountain, you will rest in this quiet space with two adjacent wineries to the farm and a 3-acre stocked pond.
Clarion Hotel & White Horse Tavern
Harpers Ferry, WV
Located at the north end of the Shenandoah Valley, just one mile from Harpers Ferry National Historical Park, it is perfect for meetings, business, leisure and fun. It provides access to northern Virginia wineries, Appalachian Trail hiking and the historic town of Harpers Ferry, where the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers converge.