George Washington once surveyed our majestic fields at Hill and Dale Farm, where we invite you to make your own history and create an event to be remembered.
Farm To Table Entertaining
Culinary Classes and Demonstrations
Authentic Picnic Meals
American History Talks and Tours
Movies / TV / Training Videos / Commercials
Nestled in Berryville, Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, this exquisite 308 acres setting of rolling pastures is just 50 miles from Washington, DC.
Richard Henry Lee, the first owner of the property, was living in the house at the time he proposed the Declaration of Independence to the Second Continental Congress.
Hill and Dale Farm is also the site of a Civil War battle between General Custer and Colonel Mosby in 1865.
Beautiful Memories Begin Here
Our exceptional staff combines exquisite hospitality with authentic farm-to-table cuisine in an inspiring, picturesque setting.
Hill and Dale Architecture
The main house: a 10,000 square foot stucco home and pool overlooking a scenic pond, complete with many bedrooms with scenic views to accompany guests on the property. There are also hotels within a 10 minutes drive of the property in nearby Berryville.
The historic kitchen house, servant’s quarters and a spring house all feature magnificent stone work.
A creek runs through our 18th century spring house, a pond, and then on to the Shenandoah River.
We’d love to share our beautiful property with you.
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