Tranquility Farm offers a boutique wedding experience in the horse and wine country of Purcellville, Virginia. Event spaces include a rustic barn, elegant manor, outdoor ceremony sites, farm chic silo lounge, gardens, glamping and accommodations. Celebrate and relax for the weekend at our historic farm in Loudoun County.
Historic Bank Barn with Lawn & Groom’s Loft
The 1800s stone and wood frame barn features original beams and flooring, a vaulted ceiling and massive chandeliers to create romantic ambiance. Comfortably seating up to 125 guests, the barn makes a rustic yet chic reception, ceremony or rehearsal dinner venue. Modern conveniences include two powder rooms, caterer’s kitchen, custom dance floor and a handsome Groom’s Loft specially designed for the men to dress and relax before the ceremony. There is ample outdoor space on the lawn for tables and a secondary bar, and a large fire bowl is provided upon request.
Fieldstone Manor with Bridal Suite
With 10-foot ceilings, antique hardwood floors and crystal chandeliers, the elegant 1807 fieldstone manor with grounds is perfect for cocktails, brunch, rehearsal dinner or ceremony, and provides beautiful photo opportunities. The bride and her party are offered a special suite in the manor to prepare for the day.
Dairy Silo Lounge with Gardens
Tranquility Farm’s towering silo, the largest in Loudoun County at over 130 feet, makes for a unique experience that echoes the county’s significant past as primary dairy producer for Washington, D.C. The silo’s interior, with attached garden area, makes a one-of-a-kind cocktail or dining venue. Large fire bowl provided upon request.
Tented Event with Caterer’s Barn
Adjacent to the silo is the flat concrete foundation of a former cow barn (with electric panel) that easily accommodates a tent for 250 guests. The caterer’s barn has electric with easy access to the tent. A large concrete area with water access is available for restroom trailers, which must be rented separately, as must the tent.
Choose from multiple ceremony sites, including the backdrop of vineyards, mountains, wooded areas, fields, a large pond, a lovely tree near the barn, or the manor’s Lovett Courtyard.
Grounds with Historic Outbuildings
The manor grounds are ideal for cocktails, rehearsal dinner, brunch or ceremony. Named for original owner David Lovett, the Lovett Courtyard features a fountain and English gardens surrounding the original stone smoke house and spring house, a lovely spot for the “first look.” The Heron Terrace’s wisteria-covered pergola offers a framework for décor in addition to the backdrop of roses, boxwood, hydrangea and large pines.
The farm has ample parking for all of your guests. However, we require valet service and will be happy to provide recommendations.