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TravelAnne 411 Salamander Resort & Spa

Whether it be a group event or a romantic weekend escape, Salamander Resort & Spa is a perfect choice. It is located in historic Middleburg, Virginia about an hours drive from the heart of Washington, DC.

By: TravelAnne Staff Writers


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Salamander Resort & Spa is a timeless destination, located in historic Middleburg, Virginia. This quintessential town is steeped in equestrian traditions, and easily accessible to Washington, D.C.

The Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond resort is the ultimate place of discovery and the epitome of luxury, combining artfully designed facilities with unparalleled experiences, all resting on 340-acres framed by the Blue Ridge Mountains, lush vineyards, and horse farms.

Salamander Overview

Salamander Resort & Spa is found in the charming and historic small town of Middleburg, Virginia.

The charismatic Forbes Five-Star and AAA Five-Diamond resort features 168 guestrooms and suites all with scenic views of the countryside. Truly dedicated to health and wellness, a 23,000-square-foot spa presents 14 treatment rooms and a private outdoor courtyard with a heated pool. In addition,

Salamander has built one of the finest equestrian facilities and programs in the country with 25 on-site acres dedicated to riding and a 14,000-square-foot stable. The culinary program also does not disappoint with the rustic Harrimans Virginia Piedmont Grill, a multi-experience cooking studio, well-appointed wine bar, and jovial billiards room.

Also offering zip lining, tennis, nature hikes, archery, and an abundant amount of other outdoor activities, the adventures are endless.

About Middleburg

The Mystique of Middleburg and its surrounding estates have captivated many well-known personalities from the Kennedys, Elizabeth Taylor, Robert Wagner, and Oliver North - all of whom have called Middleburg home.

A peek behind the grand stone entrances of massive estates with names such as "The Meadows" or "Heathfield" that belong to families such as the Firestones, Mellons, and Marriotts, attending one of the numerous equestrian events in the area, including the oldest horse show in the country, or spending a day touring any of the nearby 30+ wineries allows visitors a chance to understand just a little of the gracious equestrian and country lifestyle that residents have come to treasure.

Editor's Note:

If value and luxury travel are what your looking for... work with the best in the business.




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