Join the town of Middleburg on February 17, 18, 19 and 20 for the 6th annual Winter Weekend Sale. During the Winter Weekend Sale, visitors will be able to hunt for some wonderful gifts for themselves and others while experiencing the small town charm of Middleburg. The sale, sponsored by the Town of Middleburg and the Middleburg Business & Professional Association, will be held Friday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday and Monday as posted by shops.
Many of the unique shops in the village will have discounts on everything from shoes to children’s clothes to fall and winter fashions, as well as specials in some of the local restaurants. Just look for the blue and white balloons outside participating stores. Arrive early to get the best bargains—or better yet, stay over at one of the inns in town (Red Fox Inn, 540-687-6301, www.redfox.com, Goodstone Inn, 540-687-3333, www.goodstone.com, and Salamander Resort & Spa, 800-651-0721, www.salamanderresort.com) and make a weekend of it!
When you need a little respite from all of the bargain hunting, visit the National Sporting Library & Museum on The Plains Road or stop in one of Middleburg’s fine restaurants scattered along Washington Street, Federal Street and Pendleton Street. You can pick from the likes of Cuppa Giddy Up (coffee and tea), The Red Fox Inn (contemporary American food), Side Saddle Café (breakfast and sandwiches), Julien’s (well-priced French café), Middleburg Common Grounds (coffee, tea and sandwiches), Red Horse Tavern, Market Salamander (gourmet market and café), Middleburg Deli (sandwiches), Popcorn Monkey (20 flavors of popcorn), Teddy’s Pizza (pizza and subs), Federal Street Café (breakfast, burgers and sandwiches), Upper Crust Bakery (baked goods and sandwiches), Gold Cup Wine Bar, the restaurant at Goodstone Inn, and Harrimans Virginia Piedmont Grill.
Middleburg is located approximately 45 minutes from Washington, D.C., and is in close proximity to Dulles International Airport. From Washington, take I-66 west to Route 50 west (Exit 57B) toward Winchester. Drive approximately 25 miles to Middleburg. For more information on the town, visit www.middleburg.org.