Salamander Resort and Spa
Set on 340 acres in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains amid Virginia’s famed horse country and lush vineyards, and just 30 minutes to the west of Washington Dulles International AirportSalamander Resort & Spa is designed to blend into the natural environment in which it sits. Opening in August 2013, the resort features 168 luxurious rooms and suites, a 23,000-square-foot spa, a full-service equestrian center, Virginia Piedmont-inspired dining, a dedicated cooking studio, wine bar and a unique array of conference and banquet facilities. Resort Owner Sheila C. Johnson has created an environmentally sensitive destination by placing 252 of the resort’s acres into a conservation easement, and when the property opens, it will be one of the first luxury destination resort and spas in the United States to achieve LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) certification.
Hotel Address:Location Summary
- Salamander Resort and Spa
- One Salamander Lane
- Middleburg, VA 20117
- United States
Just 20 miles from Washington, D.C.’s Dulles Airport and 40 miles from the Nation’s Capital, Middleburg has an enviable position of being easily accessible to so many visitors while being able to protect its authenticity, history and culture.
Directions to Hotel
From Washington, DC, Alexandria and Arlington, VA: Take 495 to Route 66 West. Exit Route 66 via exit 57B to Route 50 West. Stay on Route 50 West into the heart of Middleburg. Turn right on Pendleton Street, which is one block past the stop light, and continue straight onto Salamander Lane to the front entrance of the resort.From Richmond: Take I- 95 North from Richmond. Pass Fredericksburg exits. Exit at Route 17 North toward Warrenton. Take bypass around Warrenton and stay on Route 17 North. Continue to the intersection of Route 50. Turn right onto Route 50 East and stay on the same road all the way to Middleburg. At Pendleton Street, take a left and continue straight onto Salamander Lane to the front entrance of the resort.From Dulles Airport: Heading west on the Dulles Toll Road. (Route 267), take Route 28 south (Centreville) exit. Travel on Route 28 south about six miles to Route 50. Turn right onto Route 50. Stay on Route 50 into the heart of Middleburg. Turn right on Pendleton Street, which is one block past the stop light, and continue straight onto Salamander Lane to the front entrance of the resort.
Library has a wide collection of current and historic books available, as well as board games and quiet areas. State-of-the-art Cooking Studio featuring daily culinary classes and corporate team-building events.
Banquets & Meetings
Luxurious 5,000-square-foot-divisible Grand Ballroom.
Fine Dining on Site
Todd Gray, owner and Executive Chef of the acclaimed Equinox Restaurant in Washington, D.C., oversees the creation of the Resort’s menus.
Day-lit fitness center including indoor pool, cardio and weight room and movement studios.
We are honored to be one of the few pet friendly hotels in Virginia. The walk-out patios of the first floor accommodations provide direct outdoor access for guests and their pets. Appropriate pet amenities are provided for those who advise us in advance that pets that will be accompanying the family during the stay. For the comfort of your pet and that of other guests, we provide on-site pet-sitting for hours when your pet may be unattended.
Whitewater rafting within 40 minutes.
Nature-based activities including a challenge course, fishing pond, bird watching and a sustainable garden.
Exclusive golf privileges at nearby Creighton Farms Estates.
Miles of hiking and biking trails.
Equestrian Program with 22-stall barn, practice ring, riding trails and instructional classes.
While others may have resort-style shops, our Middleburg resort has Middleburg Village, with its wide array of more than 100 unique, owner-operated boutiques and restaurants.
Theatre & Museums
National Sporting Library and Museum.
25 Virginia wineries in “D.C.’s Wine Country” within 35 minutes.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Banquets & Meetings
- - Business Center
- - Meeting Space
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - Fitness Center
- - High Speed Internet
- - Pets Allowed
- - Pool, Indoor
- - Tennis Courts on Site
- - Biking, Mountain
- - Boating
- - Ecological Tourism
- - Golfing
- - Hiking
- - Horseback Riding
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
- - Winery Tours
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