14781 Berlin Turnpike, Purcellville, VA
Located in Purcellville, VA, Shiloh Manor Farm is a rustic wedding venue full of historical significance. Home to Quakers for generations, the estate was originally part of a land grant owned by Lord William Fairfax. Today, it’s run by a dedicated and professional team who seek to be a supportive presence for every couple that hosts their celebrations here. Their aim is to help you and your loved ones create memories that are sure to be cherished for years to come. Shiloh Manor Farm features a 230-year-old Quaker stone and timber barn that was expertly refurbished with the help of Richard Calderon. This University of Edinburgh-trained architect helped the venue’s owners transform the barn and the gardens that surround it into an elegant locale. Architectural details, such as hand-hewn timbers and fieldstone walls that are three feet thick, create a charming backdrop for weddings. Guests can also delight in the peacocks, heirloom Jacob sheep, Nubian goats, and other creatures strolling through the property. The setting is both rustic and understated, making it a stylish backdrop for a variety of wedding themes. Ceremonies can begin outside by the gazebo at Shiloh Manor Farm. The grounds also feature a lawn large enough for a tent so couples can host their celebrations al fresco without fear of the weather. Ceremonies and receptions may also take place in the barn. It can accommodate up to 100 guests and features climate control. With lofty ceilings, plenty of windows, and brass chandeliers, the barn offers an airy and light-filled space for festivities. It also includes three restrooms, a dressing room, a catering kitchen, and a loft that has the ideal acoustics for musical entertainment. From the barn, loved ones can spill out onto the patio, which is well suited as a space for dancing under the twinkle of the night’s sky. The team can provide tables, chairs, place settings, and other rentals, besides additional services to make the big day a success.