Creek Crossing Farm Bed & Breakfast
Since 1773, Creek Crossing Farm at Chappelle Hill has been providing gracious hospitality to all who stay here. Built by the Quaker Edward Thompson, it was one of the three Plantations and several large tracts of land owned by him in early Colonial Loudoun County.
Located in Virginia's Hunt Country, in a secluded Valley just outside of the present day village of Lincoln, there are over twenty five acres of open fields with cattle, woods with wild turkey, pheasants, and deer, a creek that waters the entire farm and organic blueberry and raspberry fields.
Creek Crossing Farm is now available for the use of private parties, or small conferences, receptions, and weddings.