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Meet the original family and their story.                    Beverley Haynes Johnson

                                                                                   The best kept secret in Virginia   

                                                                                      Courtland Farm Bed & Breakfast      



The Manor house was built in 1936 by the Haynes family. Mr. Haynes was a prominent lawyer in the region. It was named Courtland by his mother because this is where he courted his wife. The family moved into the manor house full time in 1942. Mr. Haynes owned a 1,000 acres of land which now consist of the Barclay Woods community, the equestrian farm and other parcels along route 15.


The mansion extension was built in 2006. The entire structure along with the pool house/ Cottage underwent a $4million renovation in 2016.

Historical relics have been mined on the property. Several civil war musket balls have been found. It is believed that confederate regiments camped on our hollowed grounds. We are currently mining for the badges that would identify the regiments.

Swim in our heated pool. Relax with a glass of wine on our 100-foot deck and terrace. Have a Picnic on our pristine grounds and watch the best sunset in Virginia as the sun sets on the Blue Ridge, Appalachian and Allegheny Mountain tops simultaneously. Roast Marshmallows in our Fire Pit. Enjoy a 5-Star Massage from one of our licensed therapists. Hike, Jog and interacting with nature on our historical grounds. Visit us today.

CFM, LLC has been designed to create a space for families and the community to interact with nature. The historical Courtland Manor was part of a subdivided equestrian farm. CFM, LLC is now a private residence, a bed & breakfast, a farm, a nature park, a campsite, a Wedding Venue and Events Venue.

In 2018, Courtland Retreat for Healing and Learning (CRHL) was established to provide a place for veterans, first responders and their families to receive a much-needed break from recovering at military hospitals in our Capital Region or from injuries and stress sustained in the line of duty. 

CRHL is a place where our veterans and first responders can get away with family, caretakers, and friends to relax, enjoy quality time, and reconnect in a comfortable home-like environment.  This getaway helps to revitalize the mind, spirit, and soul; important aspects of the holistic healing process.  The objective is that everyone returns to the recovery process feeling refreshed, inspired, and motivated to succeed in rebuilding their lives and careers. Visit our site and donate today.

Courtland Farm is strategically located in Loudoun “DC’s Virginia” horse and wine country with 40 wineries in 6 clusters. The Mosby Cluster is where wine country meets horse country. The wineries in this cluster sit primarily along Route 50, John Mosby Highway, as it travels through the villages of Aldie and Middleburg. Your drive from one winery to the next is lined with stacked stone fences, scenic horse farms, and manicured estates. Courtland Farm shares a gravel driveway with Riverchase Equestrian Center. Other close by wineries are in the Harmony Cluster.

Reserve your stay today!

Courtland Farm host 20 Weddings a year. Book your wedding today at the most beautiful venue in the region.

Ask about our property buyout for your event.

(703) 350-8851

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