Welbourne has 5 main guest rooms with private baths, 4 with wood-burning fireplaces, 3 with queen canopy beds. An additional three smaller attached rooms for children which share baths. A hearty Southern breakfast of eggs, bacon or sausage, grits, fried tomatoes or apples, and biscuits is served at the dining room table. All common rooms open to guests, in addition to covered back porch with rocking chairs. A feeling of faded elegance pervades. Cocktails are served every evening at 7:00 in the Parlour (on the porch in the summer). The farm is a retired horse-boarding operation and guests are free to roam the property.
Eighth generation family home on 520 acres. Located 1 hour west of Washington and 6 miles west of Middleburg in the Piedmont Hunt Country. The main house dates from 1770 with additions as late as 1870. The house is a Virginia Historic Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
Welbourne was the home of Col. Richard Henry Dulany, C.S.A., the great-great-grandfather of the current innkeeper. Col. Dulany founded the nation’s oldest foxhunting club, The Piedmont Hunt, in 1840, and the oldest horse show, the Upperville Colt and Horse Show, in 1853.
We encourage guests to unplug - spotty cell reception and no wi-fi.
- Pet Friendly
- Group Friendly
Last Updated: 10/04/2019