Middleburg, Virginia’s history, scenery, and wineries make it the perfect weekend getaway. When planning your trip, the accommodations below are the absolute best places to stay in Middelburg, Virginia.
You can’t go wrong with any of the places listed below. Each of these places offers world-class accommodations, delicious dining, and beautiful views.
Because Middleburg is viewed as a luxury retreat in Virginia’s wine country, the places below are on the pricey side. In the bonus section below, I’ve recommended some less pricey options to give you several options to consider.
Now, on to the best places to stay in Middleburg, Virginia!
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Red Fox Inn & Tavern
The Red Fox Inn & Tavern is a historic inn that was frequented by Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.
If you love history, this is the place for you. The Inn was established in 1728 and is the oldest continuous running inn in the United States! When you walk into the Inn’s historic tavern, you’ll feel like you stepped back in time.
The Red Fox Inn & Tavern is the only lodging in Middleburg that is located in the downtown area. The Inn’s location makes it easy to walk to local restaurants and shops.
Even if you don’t stay here, I recommend dining at the amazing restaurant. The prix fixe meal I had at Red Fox Inn & Tavern will go down in history as one of my favorite meals of all time. Caramelized sea scallops, lamb meatballs, and a flourless chocolate torte. Just thinking of that meal makes me want to pack my bags for Middleburg right now.
Goodstone Inn & Restaurant
The Goodstone Inn & Restaurant offers guest rooms in six different buildings, from stately manor houses to adorable cottages. The buildings are spread across a beautiful 265-acre estate with rolling hills, farmland, and forest.
If you love picturesque locations with lots of photo ops, this is the place for you. The Inn’s unique buildings provide gorgeous backgrounds. When you search for photos of Middleburg online, many of the pictures you see are from the Goodstone Inn & Restaurant.
The Inn is about a ten-minute drive from Middleburg’s historic downtown. The drive will take you along scenic country roads with beautiful forests and grazing cows. Make sure to allow plenty of time to pull over and take pictures of the bucolic scenery!
Salamander Resort & Spa
The Salamander Resort & Spa opened in 2013 as a luxury getaway.
If you want to experience pure luxury, where no detail is overlooked, then this is the place for you.
In addition to the luxurious accommodations, the Salamander Resort & Spa offers a wonderful variety of activities. You’ll find activities like equestrian programs, zip-lining, axe throwing, and art classes.
Plus, the resort will provide transportation to and from local attractions.
Bonus: Less pricey accommodations
If you’re looking for less pricey accommodations, you’ll need to stay about 30 minutes away in Leesburg or by Dulles Airport.
Because Middleburg is a small town, there just aren’t closer accommodations that are less expensive.
If the drive doesn’t sound ideal to you, but you still want to save money, you could split your time between two different hotels. For example, you could stay Friday night by Leesburg or Dulles at a less expensive hotel. Then you could stay Saturday night at one of the Middleburg hotels.
Less expensive options in Leesburg include the Hampton Inn & Suites and the Homewood Suites by Hilton. Less expensive options by Dulles Airport include the Westfields Marriott and the Hilton Dulles Airport.
No matter where you stay, I know that you will love visiting Middleburg. I hope this list of best places to stay in Middleburg, Virginia has convinced you to start planning your trip! Can’t wait to see you there!