Shepherd’s Corner Farm of Purcellville, Virginia can be found nestled in the hills of Loudoun County . This authentic cabin, estimated to be built in 1785, blends the unique history of the property with modern accommodations. Innkeepers, Rebecca and Dennis Brouwer have dedicated years toward renovation and restoration in order to keep and incorporate many of the materials found on the grounds. Most of the woodwork on the property is crafted from the trees that once provided its scenery, creating a rustic and earthy feel. Guests can enjoy the beauty of nature inside the property as well as out. “Our purpose in restoring the cabin and turning it into a guest house was to create an experience that people could share and appreciate. Combining wine-country tourism with our historic property enables visitors to have an authentic Loudoun County experience,” Explains Rebecca. Shepherd’s Corner Farm is located near 3 vineyards, each just 5 minutes away!
This truly unique historical property has survived the test of time, embracing a bright future. “The coolest feature of our property is the way in which we have been able to blend the old and new, which enables our guests to enjoy the latest in modern conveniences in our 1780’s-vintage cabin,” Rebecca says “Once the cabin was restored and expanded and we began to rent it out as a guest house, we found that the guests who enjoy it the most are people who fall in love with the experience of staying in a log cabin, and appreciate the design, architecture and seamless blending of old and new.” The Brouwer’s offer guests more than a calming cabin getaway. The two are certified in Leadership Circle Profile and Leadership Culture Survey offering Leadership retreats. Creating a wealth of possibilities for guests aligns with the core business goal of the Brouwer’s, “We wish to establish ourselves as the perfect location for a quiet, high-quality, relaxing getaway” they explain. Come unwind at Shepherd’s Corner Farm!