About Us

About Shiloh Manor

Shiloh Manor was once part of an immense land grant belonging to Lord William Fairfax.  The property – home to generations of Quakers - played an important role in the history of Loudoun County, supplying goods to the Continental Army, hosting encampments of both northern and southern armies during the civil war, and today providing an elegant and historic setting for your wedding, or special event.  We offer a completely and respectfully restored 200+ year old barn, repurposed by University of Edinburgh trained architect Richard D. Calderon.  What better witness to your enduring love than the ancient hand hewed timbers and three-foot-thick fieldstone walls that supported each other for centuries?  Your guests will delight in the free roaming peacocks, heirloom Jacob sheep, Nubian goats, horses and black swans.  The sturdy quality and elegant simplicity of our venue – the mark of generations of pious Quaker farmers who called this home since the 1740s - creates the perfect backdrop to your memorable celebration.

Shiloh Manor is conveniently located north of Purcellville and has a seating capacity of 100.  Fully air conditioned and heated, our facility’s 25’ high ceiling, many windows, recessed ceiling lighting and brass chandeliers combine to create a well illuminated and airy environment.  With three rest rooms, a private bride’s suite (with private rest room), professional catering kitchen, musicians loft and excellent acoustics we aim to provide a seamless and outstandingly memorable experience for you and your guests.  The barn opens through double doors to a well-lit 35’x 25’ raised patio, with travertine floors and surrounded by a beautiful and unusual stone quatrefoil railing, perfect for dancing under the stars.  We also offer a nearby domed stone gazebo for wedding vows and a area suitable for a large tent adjacent to our vineyard.  Also, we can provide a renovated, fully air conditioned 250-year-old spring house for the groom and his men.  

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