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Virginia's Hunt Country



Also known as Hunt County, Loudoun was first settled in the early 18th century and is a place painted with rolling hills and charming stone houses. Also associated with this area is horseback riding, and fox hunts, introduced from England in 1748; the tradition continues to this day. Loudoun County is home to 24 antiques stores, a majority of them located in Leesburg, Middleburg, Hamilton, Purcellville, and Lovettsville. In these shops you’ll find items that range from shabby chic to period country furnishings, to folk art.

Several noteworthy shows take place in Loudoun County as well. In January, there’s a show held in the Leesburg Armory, and in the third weekend in April, there’s a show in the Morven Park Equestrian Center. Cruise a little further along to Virginia’s antique capital, Stratsburg, and you’ll find about 20 malls and shops. En route, Front Royal has about ten shops, while over the border in West Virginia is Harper’s Ferry, containing some antique stores as well.

When you want to take a departure from antiquing, other reasons to hit these areas is the varied character of the small towns, the breathtaking countryside, and the majestic Blue Mountains, all ideal for cycling, horseback riding and plenty of hiking.

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The Norris House Inn

108 Loudoun St.
Leesburg - Virginia - 20175

The Wayside Inn

7783 Main Street
Middletown - Virginia - 22645

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