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Throughout our property, imaginative break and reception areas offer opportunities to mingle and recharge. Together with exquisite catering services led by our talented chefs and locally inspired cuisine, you have all of the hallmarks of an unforgettable gathering.

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LocationEQUESTRIAN CENTER
Equestrian Center

Sq. Ft.

440

Dimensions

40' x 11'

Banquet

24

Classroom

Boardroom

24

Reception

U-Shape

Hollow Square

Dine outside or in the spacious barn aisles with or without horses in your company, while looking out onto the pastures, nature's woodlands and Blue Ridge Mountains. Accommodates 140 for a dinner and 250 for a cocktail reception.

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LocationSTALLION BARN
Stallion Barn

Sq. Ft.

440

Dimensions

40' x 11'

Banquet

24

Classroom

Boardroom

24

Reception

U-Shape

Hollow Square

100 plus year old stone building adjacent to the Grand Lawn recently refurbished using every piece of white pine from the original structure. Rustic-inspired furnishings and custom-made walnut doors. Accommodates 24 people for reception or dinner.

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LocationGRAND LAWN
Grand Lawn

Sq. Ft.

42,225

Dimensions

189' x 225'

Banquet

330

Classroom

Boardroom

Reception

450

U-Shape

Hollow Square

Lush green lawn with walking paths overlooking the trails and woods of the nature conservatory area. This Virginia space is ideal for receptions and features a large stone fire pit, a perfect gathering place for your guests to enjoy cocktails. Accommodates 1,000+ guests.

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Middleburg Terrace

Sq. Ft.

2,800

Dimensions

40' x 70'

Banquet

150

Classroom

Boardroom

Reception

180

U-Shape

Hollow Square

Overlooking the Culinary Garden with a gorgeous natural backdrop, the space features an elevated view of the equestrian center and rolling hills. Accommodates up to 300 guests.

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Culinary Garden

Sq. Ft.

3,132

Dimensions

55' x 36'

Banquet

120

Classroom

Boardroom

Reception

175

U-Shape

Hollow Square

Trellised gardens overlooking the Equestrian Center and foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, this is a truly unique and refreshing setting for any gathering. Dine in the garden where we grow fresh herbs and vegetables and have a true 'garden-to-table' experience. Accommodates up to 120 guests for dinner and up to 175 guests for a reception.

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Location1ST FLOOR
Middleburg Ballroom

Sq. Ft.

4,500

Dimensions

80' x 46'

Banquet

340

Classroom

232

Boardroom

108

Reception

450

U-Shape

84

Hollow Square

102

History of the Name "Middleburg Ballroom" - Middleburg is a charming town located in Loudon County, Virginia. Middleburg is home to many prominent equestrian estates and is centered in Virginia's Wine Country.

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Location1ST FLOOR
Middleburg Foyer

Sq. Ft.

2,520

Dimensions

22' x 84'

Banquet

80

Classroom

Boardroom

Reception

250

U-Shape

Hollow Square

2,520 square feet of naturally lit space overlooking the Equestrian Center and Bull Run Mountains. This equestrian-themed space with statement chandeliers is perfect for any ceremony, cocktail reception or private dinner with double doors leading to the outdoor Middleburg Terrace. Accommodates 80 for a dinner and 120 for a ceremony.

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Location1ST FLOOR
Bluemont

Sq. Ft.

1,740

Dimensions

28' x 60'

Banquet

100

Classroom

100

Boardroom

175

Reception

U-Shape

38

Hollow Square

40

1,740-square-feet ballroom divisible into two sections. The space is intimate and ideal for groups of 120 guests or less.

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Location1ST FLOOR
Waterford

Sq. Ft.

1,120

Dimensions

38' x 28'

Banquet

60

Classroom

54

Boardroom

Reception

110

U-Shape

30

Hollow Square

36

History of the Name "Waterford Room" - Waterford is a village in the Catoctin Valley of Loudoun County, Virginia, located along Catoctin Creek. The entire village and surrounding countryside is a National Historic Landmark district. Waterford was established around 1733 by Amos Janney, a Quaker from Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Janney purchased 400 acres on the south fork of Catoctin Creek and established a grist mill and saw mill in the area in the 1740s. Due to the success of the mills, the settlement became known as "Janney's Mill". By the 1790s, the village was known as Waterford, named after the city of Waterford, in Ireland, where some of its founders had once lived before immigrating to the United States.

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Location1ST FLOOR
Upperville

Sq. Ft.

580

Dimensions

29' x 20'

Banquet

20

Classroom

Boardroom

Reception

30

U-Shape

Hollow Square

The Upperville Room is a private dining room just off the main restaurant and features an outdoor terrace. History of the Name "Upperville Room" - Upperville is a village in Fauquier County, Virginia. The Upperville/Middleburg area is home to a number of prominent Thoroughbred horse breeding farms and country estates.

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Location1ST FLOOR
Harrimans Cooking Studio

Sq. Ft.

480

Dimensions

Banquet

Classroom

Boardroom

Reception

U-Shape

Hollow Square

Your group will take part in entertaining "hands-on" culinary classes, cooking challenges and team building cooking competitions with renowned chefs.

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