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Purcellville, Virginia, Winery Bachelorette

by Katie Skrzek

Jul 5, 2021

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Virginia is home to numerous wineries, making it a perfect destination for a bachelorette getaway. Consider booking a stay in Purcellville, Virginia, for winery hopping, good food and good times.

 

Purcellville is located in Loudoun County, about 25 miles from Dulles International Airport and 50 miles from Washington, D.C. There are numerous Airbnbs in and around Purcellville. If you prefer a hotel or bed and breakfast, try Loudoun Valley Manor, Springdale Village Inn and Salamander Resort & Spa.

 

There are more than 40 award-winning wineries and tasting rooms, plus 30 craft breweries in and around Purcellville. Many wineries are located a short distance from each other, perfect for hitting up a few in one day. The Loudoun Heights Cluster boasts eight different wineries, all within a short drive. Breaux Vineyards offers picturesque views from its stunning grounds. The hillside winery offers tours, tastings and live music on its patio and in the tasting room. Tucked off the main road is Two Twisted Posts Winery. The charming location is perfect for smaller groups looking for a peaceful visit. 868 Vineyards combines a stunning location with award-winning wines for a unique winery experience. Wine and light food are available in the tasting room or on the patio. Plan your winery itinerary on the Loudoun County wine country listing.

 

There are more than 50 restaurants in Purcellville, offering something for every taste. Try Magnolia’s at the Mill for New American cuisine. Head to Monk’s BBQ for the barbecue-loving bride. West End Wine Bar & Pub is a great spot for farm-to-table dining, particularly for brunch. End your journey on a sweet note at Tipped Cow Creamery.

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