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Salamander Resort & Spa

Amid Virginia’s famed horse country and lush vineyards

from$363*night
Includes all taxes & fees
Perks
worth over
$170
  • Daily Breakfast For 2
  • $100 Resort credit
  • Room upgrade on arrival, if available
  • Early check-in based on availability
  • Late check-out based on availability
  • Free Wi-Fi
*Based on a 4 night stay, from Mon, Aug 3 to Fri, Aug 7. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

Middleburg, Virginia

Salamander Resort & Spa

Amid Virginia’s famed horse country and lush vineyards

What it is

A four-season resort and equestrian center on 340 rolling acres in Virginia horse country.

What it isn't

This isn’t a small B&B, which is what the area is traditionally known for. Rush hour traffic also makes Middleburg seem farther than its actual 42 miles to Washington, D.C.

What we think

Travelers who are familiar with Middleburg might not believe that this 168-room property is within walking distance of the historic town’s main street. Built in traditional style, it manages to blend in beautifully with its Virginia country surroundings, a region known for its horse culture—fox hunting and the Gold Cup are fall and spring favorites—and, increasingly, vineyards. Novices and well footed equestrians can sign up for English-style riding lessons and oak-tree lined trail rides in the 22-stall stable, or skip the trot and spend a day in the 23,000-square-foot spa where some treatment rooms have gas fireplaces. Come evening, the resort’s public spaces—the soaring lobby, where creamy seating areas cozy up to fireplaces, the handsome wood-paneled Gold Cup Bar—are cheerful and social, as is the rotunda-style restaurant with near 360 degree views of surrounding green pastures. Four guest floors play up a light four seasons theme; Thomas Pheasant-designed have canopied beds and terraces or balconies. The hotel is also pet friendly.

You're here because

Horse lovers will be in heaven, but even if you’re not hot to trot, the resort’s equestrian elegance is alluring. Also, thanks to its stone-fenced farms dotted with ambling cows, Middleburg can feel like a younger Cotswolds without the hassle of crossing the pond.

The Moment

Sampling a flight of wine served in horseshoe carriers on the lobby’s stone terrace, as the sunsets over tall oaks and rolling green hills.

Location

Set on 340 acres of land, this lavish country retreat is not far from the National Sporting Library & Museum and Manassas National Battlefield Park.

500 N. Pendleton Street
Middleburg, 20117
VA, United States

Restaraunts & Bars

Harrimans Virginia Piedmont Grill - Highlights fresh, seasonal ingredients, captivating farm to table elements

Gold Cup Wine Bar - Takes a sophisticated spin on southern cuisine with locally sourced ingredients

Gold Cup Wine Bar

Billards Room

Family activities

Camp Salamander

Equestrian Programs

Falconry 101

Horse Carriage Rides

Bicycle Rentals

Tree Top Canopy Tour

Leesburg Animal Park

Smithsonian Air And Space Museum - Udvar-Hazy Center

Morven Park

Pev's Paintball

Skeet Shooting

Journey through Hallowed Ground

Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum

Harper's Ferry Adventure Center

Washington, D.C.