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Things to Do in Loudoun County

Explore Wine Country in Virginia.


Restoration Bed and Breakfast is just four miles north/northwest of the center of historic downtown Leesburg. The downtown, much of which dates back to the 1600s and 1700s offers a vast array of fine dining, as well as casual dining, bars, breweries and small shops. It is a wonderful place to spend an afternoon or an evening and can be reached by Uber, a bicycle or a long walk.

Western Loudoun features many historic sites, battlefields from the Civil War and the Revolution as well as numerous hiking and biking trails. The county features the W&OD biking and hiking trail in the center of the county as well as the world-renown Appalachian Trail on our western border.

Loudoun County has become the “Wine Country” of Virginia and features more than 40 wineries. Some are larger, “California-style” wineries while others are smaller and quaint. Loudoun has also become a center for breweries and distilleries. There are six located in downtown Leesburg alone and many more out in the countryside. Ask Richard and Vickie for recommendations or take a look at our suggestions below.

group of people clinking beer glasses together

LoCo Ale Trail

There are over 23 breweries in Loudoun County - 6 in Leesburg itself. We have not visited all of the breweries but do have a couple of favorites to share. We would love to hear about your favorites!

Dirt Farm Brewing
SPECTACULAR VIEWS from Mt Weather.

Bear Chase Brewing Company
Breathtaking views from the top of the Blue Ridge Mountain.
Just down from the Appalachian Trail.

Vanish Farmwoods Brewery
Large with multiple barns venue.
Black Hoof Brewing
In the heart of historic downtown Leesburg.
Black Walnut Brewery
One block from the heart of historic downtown Leesburg.
Delirium Café
Downtown Leesburg has the privilege of hosting an internationally known brewery and restaurant.
Glasses of white and red wine in windowsill

DC's WINE COUNTRY

Restoration Bed and Breakfast is in the heart of what has become known as DC’s Wine Country. With over 40 wineries within a 30-minute drive, it is hard to know where to begin. Each winery has a distinct personality and reputation. These are just a few of our favorites. But don’t feel you need to limit yourself to these but think of them as a jumping-off point!

Great Views

Bluemont Vineyards
20-minute drive west of RBNB

Green Hill Vineyard
40-minute drive southwest of RBNB

Breaux Vineyards
20-minute drive northwest of RBNB

Doukenie Winery
20-minute drive from RBNB

Great Venues

Creek’s Edge Winery
15-minute drive from RBNB (be sure and check out the silo and the ceiling fan’s pulley system!!)

Stone Tower Winery
20-minute drive south of RBNB

Barns at Hamilton Station
150-year-old dairy barn.

Great Food

Fabbioli Cellars
Offers tasting of 7 wines perfectly paired with small gourmet food bites.

Sunset Hills Vineyard
BEST hot bread with cheese and jams basket.

Quattro Goombas Winery
Pizzas made fresh.

Great Wines

Green Hill Vineyard
We love all of them!

Sunset Hills Vineyard
Particularly love their rosé.

Walsh Family Wine
When you’re relaxing on our front porch you are looking a the vineyard where their excellent rosé is grown.
hiking boots on nature trail

THE GREAT OUTDOORS

To truly appreciate the natural beauty of Loudon County, Virginia, you must explore the great outdoors. Outdoor recreation opportunities include everything from mountains to beaches and everything in between. The moderate climate in Virginia means adventure during every season. Our area is a hiker's paradise – from mild walks through the marshes to rigorous hikes with stunning views. We are happy to help you plan your trip to this magnificent area of the world.

Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Trail
W&OD is a 45 mile multiuse from Mount Vernon to the wonderful little town of Purcellville.

Harper's Ferry Adventure Center
The Center has something for everyone from whitewater rafting, kayaking, canoeing or floating on the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers. They have ziplines, off-road segway tours and ropes courses.
Bear's Den Overlook
Hike a piece of the Appalachian Trails to Bear's Den Overlook.  At 1350 feet Bear's Den overlooks the Shenandoah Valley and Blue Ridge Mountains.

Red Rock Wilderness Trail
Discover Leesburg's winding nature trail with historic buildings and views of the Potomac River.

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