Many of these accomodations offer a discount to families visiting Patrick Henry College.
The quaint town of Purcellville has a few charming bed and breakfasts located in our scenic countryside. You will be welcomed with warm hospitality, a private bed and bath, and home-cooked breakfasts.
If you are looking for homeschool, family-friendly accommodations at a reasonable rate, consider staying at Zion Springs, where the suites are designed to house up to four people.
Zion Springs Bed & Breakfast
If you are seeking a relaxing getaway in the beautiful horse and hunt country of Virginia, you might consider staying at the more secluded Middle Grove Inn.
Middle Grove Inn
Just fifteen minutes south of Patrick Henry, the nearest “big city” of Leesburg offers a delightful mix of historic buildings and modern conveniences. Leesburg’s restaurants, stores and premium outlet mall make it a frequent destination for PHC students.
Round Hill Cottage
Our sweet and comfortable cottage is the perfect escape for a relaxing weekend or a fun country festivous. Minutes from Patrick Henry College, sitting on a half acre, surrounded by beautiful mountains, old town shopping, lovely restaurants, canoeing and scenic hiking venues. This home features a first floor master suite, luxury amenities such as a pillow top queen bed in the master, down comforter, dual shower heads and heated floors in the master suite. There are two additional bedrooms upstairs, 1 furnished with twin beds, the other with a queen bed, these rooms share a beautifully renovated full bath upstairs. The kitchen is gorgeous and comes well equipped. We've stocked it with all the basic tableware and utensils needed to cook up a savory country breakfast. Complimentary coffee and tea is provided, along with a guide of where to eat and what to do in Western Loudoun County. We are committed to providing a clean and comfortable getaway for our guests. Come, enjoy, relax.
Please visit The Loudoun County Bed and Breakfast Guild for a more complete list.
Or, you may enjoy staying in the comfort of more familiar hotels.
Hampton Inn & Suites
Holiday Inn Leesburg at Carradoc Hall
For those who are flying in and out of Dulles and wish to stay closer to the airport in a full service hotel, consider the following accommodations:
Lansdowne Resort & Hotel
Washington Dulles Marriott Suites
*Many of these accommodations offer a discount to families who are visiting Patrick Henry College
For directions by car to Patrick Henry College:
Directions from the airport to Patrick Henry College:
Dulles International Airport
At the Dulles Airport exit, the Dulles Toll Road becomes/connects with the Greenway, which is also a toll road, and ends in Leesburg, VA.
From Leesburg follow route 7 West toward Winchester, VA.
Travel about 7 miles to the Purcellville/Lovettsville exit at Rt. 287.
After exiting route 7, turn left and South onto route 287 toward Purcellville.
Patrick Henry College will be on your left approximately .2 mile after the turn.
Visitor parking is located to the right and left of the main buildings.
Transportation services from the airport
Rental Car Services
Washington Flyer Super Shuttle 800-258-3826
Washington Flyer Taxi 703-572-8294
There is so much to see while visiting Patrick Henry College! Many families schedule extra time before or after their visit to explore the historical and cultural sights of the beautiful state of Virginia.
About an hour’s drive from Purcellville there are many historic landmarks to enjoy. You may visit our nation’s capital, Washington, D.C., or the Mount Vernon Estate, Museum & Gardens of George and Martha Washington. You may choose to visit one of the many Civil War sites nearby, including the little town of Harper’s Ferry, or experience the place where our nation was redefined; Gettysburg.
If you are able to schedule a more extended visit, don’t miss the beautiful and historic landmarks of Colonial Williamsburg, Thomas Jefferson’s Plantation at Monticello, or the home of James Madison, our fourth President, at Montpelier.
Perhaps you would enjoy the opportunity to experience the beauty of nature that begins just down the street on the Washington & Old Dominion Trail or W&OD, 45 miles of bike and walking trails that extend from Purcellville to D.C. There are a number of scenic byways running through Virginia, including Skyline Drive, which takes you through the Shenandoah National Park, offering spectacular vistas, cascading waterfalls and quiet wooded hollows.
Again, please remember to visit our Pinterest for a visual guide with links to many points of interest.