À propos de ce logement
Snuggly situated in the Blue Ridge foothills, lies a sleepy village called Orlean. And in the center of that village, you can find "downtown Orlean" consisting of a tiny post office, a charming antique shop, a volunteer fire department, and the Orlean Market. The sprawling pastoral views and casual energy in this old-world farming community make Orlean a hidden gem, worthy of visitors who appreciate the slow-paced lifestyle. Casual, country, and charming are just a few words to describe us.
Orlean is a small unincorporated village in Fauquier County, Virginia, located approximately 50 miles (80 km) west of Washington, DC. Orlean is situated at the intersection of Leeds Manor Road (County Route 688) and John Barton Payne Road.
Sugar Loft at Orlean Market is situated on the second story of a historic home and general store. Downstairs is a convenience store, restaurant/pub, a deli, and filling station. Across the street is a quaint post office and the local volunteer fire department. A few houses away is The Village Green, a local and adorable antique shop. Historic and charming, both the village and the Sugar Loft accomodation is great for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and families (with kids).
Two bedroom apartment with one and half bathrooms. Private entrance upstairs to the historic part of the building built in 1870.
Sugar Loft, located in Orlean, is the quintessential small village situated in the heart of Virginia’s Piedmont country with sweeping views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The town is located about 15 miles northwest of Warrenton. This community hub is for fox hunters, bicyclists, motorcyclists, hikers, musicians, trail riders and neighbors who share similar interests, who appreciate a traditional countryside experience, and who enjoy a quiet and serene environment.
A little information about Orlean, Virginia...
The village of Orlean was territorially and culturally associated with the “Free State”, which was northwest of Warrenton and stretched up to Marshall. It included Orlean, Hume, Asheville, and Markham. Originally this area was owned by Thomas Fairfax, and after his death in 1781, the Marshall family inherited the land. Thomas Fairfax had leased sections of his land out to emigrant families making their way out west, but when the Marshall family took over and tried to collect rent, they were faced with resistance and disobedience. Gaining a reputation for lawlessness, the residents of this area were holding on to their land at all costs.
Beyond the sale of food and drinks, one of the more important benefits of the market’s rebirth is the installation of functioning gas pumps. The nearest gas station is over five miles away. The current front entrance space is a deli & convenience store. Upstairs you can find a market space that maintains the convenience store essentials for locals. There will be a cafe area in the middle portion of the building connected to a nice size patio. Working with local wineries, we are the first Northern Virginia Piedmont Regional Hub by 2020.
Accès des voyageurs
Guest will have full access to master bedroom and private bathroom. 2nd room available upon request.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We are open and can help you 8am - 7pm 7 Days a week.
Check out at 10am
Check in at 12pm - 7pm or call to check.
- This is a historic building established in 1870
It's believed that the village of Orlean was named after Andrew Jackson's victory in 1815 at the Battle of New Orleans. The Orlean Market, originally established in 1870, served as a community establishment connecting the people of the “Free State”. The Orlean Store is located at the corner of Routes 688 and 732 in Fauquier County. The market has served the community for many years.
Providing asylum from the harsh winter between Warrenton and Marshall or acting as the center for business conducted in the area, the Orlean Market has always provided the community with exactly what it needs. Today, Fauquier County is bountiful in its varieties of local wineries and local farms which Orlean Market loves supporting.
Pet Policy: No Pets Permitted in the sleeping area. Designated pet area and 2 kennels nearby. Sugar Loft Manor: Small dogs under 20 pounds permitted in designated areas. A $200 refundable pet deposit is required with your stay in the Vintner’s Cottage.
Age Policy: 18 and older, exceptions made if your group occupies entire Inn and based on situation, ask for details.
ADA Accessible: No, Historic Building, two rooms on 2nd floor
Maximum Event Size: 55 People. Room Requirements: When reserving the market for an event/group, all two rooms must be reserved and group rates are available which are based on dates of stay.
Food & Beverage Requirements: All food and beverage must be provided by Orlean Market. Custom designed menus will be completed for your group based on cuisine preference and budget.
Food and Beverage Offerings: Gourmet Breakfast included in all room rates. Lunch, Dinner, Reception, and To-Go offerings, are all available upon request and priced based on your requirements. Farm-To-Table from Scratch Cuisine.
Food & Beverage Pricing Averages: Lunch ($10-$25), Reception Style ($12-$35), Dinner ($15-$70),Wines ($14-$34), Beer ($3-$6). All Menus designed and priced based on your preferences.
Local Attractions: Wineries, Wine Tours, Trail Rides, Hiking, Biking, Star-Gazing, Dining, Whiskey Distillery, Rafting, Cavern Exploring, Appalachian Trail, Skyline Drive, Shenandoah National Park, Zip-Lining, Antique Shopping, Local Farms & Local Food Sources (fruit picking, meat, and other products).
Smoking Policy: Only at outdoor patio.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 %. En cas d'annulation au cours des 7 jours précédant le voyage, la réservation est non remboursable.