Heigh Torr Country Estate is a historic wedding venue nestled at the foot of the Short Hill Mountains in Purcellville, Virginia. An easy 60-minutes from Washington, DC, this British-inspired property offers a most enchanting setting for an elevated rustic wedding.
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First established in the 1700s, Heigh Torr Country Estate is a 178-acre private haven that exudes easy elegance. Embraced by nature, you can host your wedding ceremony and celebration in any of the property's gorgeous event spaces. Choose from the pool pavilion or the 18th-century grand hall. Meanwhile, the main house boasts a formal living room, dining rooms, a wine cellar, and plenty of cozy nooks to relax and enjoy. With luxurious accommodations for up to 21 guests, this is the ultimate setting for a multi-day wedding or weekend romantic affair.
Heigh Torr Country Estate is designed for destination weddings, family milestones, and sought-after retreats. The event team encourages you to avail of a private tour, where you can explore all the ways they can make your wedding memorable.
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