The Goodstone Inn & Restaurant is a privately owned property situated on the outskirts of the charming town of Middleburg, Virginia. Goodstone is located less than ten minutes from the center of town and offers numerous activities, lodging accommodations and dining.
At Goodstone we operate an intimate farm on our expansive 265 acre estate. The farm provides the highest quality of produce for our award-winning, farm-to-table culinary program. We grow a variety of fruit, vegetables and flowers as well as tend to our furry residences including, Greyson, our regal llama.
All six of our estates lodging accommodations are surrounded by unique gardens and are located across the farm.
Our highly skilled staff lead by Estate Manager, Tony Secombe, maintains and constantly updates our gardening and sustainability techniques.
In the 1700’s, Middleburg, Virginia was a stopping point for weary travelers. Tucked away on the outskirts of Loudoun County, our hospitable Virginia estate has welcomed visitors from all parts of the world for decades. Some came for the hunt or the steeplechase.
Goodstone’s story began in the mid 1700's, when Jamie “the Scot” Leith bought land on the frontier of the Virginia Colony and developed a plantation. Leith purchased 640 acres of land bordering Goose Creek for 240 pounds sterling. The land prospered in its early years and even played a small part in America’s independence as Leith reportedly sold provisions to the Continental Army.
The current owner purchased the 265 acre farm in 1997 and knew that the property would be the perfect place to create a serene and unique resort. He felt the desire to share his beautiful property with guests who could share his vision and enjoy an escape to a peaceful, romantic place to relax, unwind and return home rested.