Trade Your Meeting Room . . .
For Some Breathing Room
The charm of the historic Goodstone Inn & Restaurant is its Middleburg location in the heart of Virginia’s wine and hunt country. Set on a scenic 265-acre country estate, Goodstone Inn & Restaurant is convenient to the Washington, D.C. metro area, as well as Dulles International Airport less than 40 miles away.
What makes our Virginia inn such a perfect corporate retreat? The mind-clearing, natural farmland that surrounds each of the six charming buildings. Here privacy, security and service are maximized and distractions are at a minimum.
Goodstone Inn & Restaurant is perfect for a company, law firm or association looking to gather a smaller group of executives off the premises of their corporate office, transporting them to a private country setting with easy accessibility to major transportation systems including an international airport. The rustically elegant inn is also ideal for special corporate events.
Goodstone Inn & Restaurant, comfortably accommodates meeting groups in six beautifully appointed cottages with 18 guest rooms, including the Carriage House and Stables, the quaint Dutch Cottage, the baronial Manor House, the exquisite French Farm Cottage, the charming Spring House and the newly opened Bull Barn Suite.
Meeting rooms are located in the Manor House, which features large conference rooms and multiple break-outs. Wireless Internet is available throughout the estate and in each of the six buildings. Although Goodstone has 18 guestrooms and suites, groups of 75 guests can be comfortably accommodated for special corporate events. Goodstone also has preferred relationships with other area inns and hotels for additional overnight accommodations for larger groups.
Our meetings facilities are perfect for an exclusive corporate retreat in a spectacular setting.
“Thank you for providing such a beautiful setting and delicious food for our staff retreat yesterday. It was very productive and we only got about two-thirds through our ambitious agenda, but the tranquil setting created a mood among the staff that encouraged a free-flowing conversation and exchange of ideas. We were undisturbed by phones ringing or other outside noises.” – Kathleen R. Greco, Vice President, Administration, American Frozen Food Institute, McLean, VA