The Herds Inn at Hedgebrook Farm

at 688 Shady Elm Rd, Winchester, 22602 United States

The Herds Inn at Hedgebrook Farms is the perfect place for a relaxing and peaceful experience with nature. With scenic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains to the East and beautiful sunsets to the West, the beauty and magic of nature will surround you.

The Herds Inn at Hedgebrook Farm
688 Shady Elm Rd
Winchester , VA 22602
United States
Contact Phone
P: (540) 323-1472

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For all our local followers: this Saturday from 10-4:00 Winchester's Main Street Agriculture Event on the down town mall. Hedgebrook will be there selling cheese and honey. We will also have some of our farm friends- piglets, goats, calves, chickens and rabbits. Come by and see us 😊

Published on 2014-09-16 22:33:54 GMT

This winter has been full of many kinds of challenges for the farm and our family. But we will see better days come spring. Green pastures, babies growing, ducklings hatching and sunny days. As mom always says- this too will pass. We are Farm Strong 💪💪

Published on 2015-03-15 17:36:50 GMT

All the animals are like 😬😁bring on spring 🌷

Published on 2015-02-20 13:11:33 GMT

Locals -Hedgebrook farm's grass fed beef, pork and lamb sale. Limited supply! Stock up for the winter. Friday 9/18 4-6 pm and Sunday 9/20 12-2 at the farm. Raw milk cheeses and free range eggs also available.

Published on 2015-09-17 00:18:04 GMT

Main Winchester's Main Street Agriculture downtown today 10-4. Come visit Hedgebrook Farm see the animals and buy some yummy cheese from spring gap mountain creamery made from Hedgebrook's jersey milk 😊

Published on 2015-09-19 13:22:43 GMT

Letter To the Editor Thanksgiving 2015 As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, many of us first think about spending time with family and of course, that big Thanksgiving dinner. What we may not always think about is the hard-working folks who bring us every part of that meal. I’m talking about the farmers like myself, from the ones who raised the turkey or the potatoes, beans and corn, to the dairy farmers who produced the milk to make the butter, cheese and whipped or ice cream with dessert. The reality is that farmers like us will be celebrating this holiday with our families as well, but not until we’ve taken care of cows. Milked them, fed them, given them fresh water, cleaned out their stalls and many more tasks, just like the other 364 days of the year. We are thankful for our cows and their continued health. We are thankful to be stewards for these animals and the land that we share. We’re thankful for family and friends who help out on the farm, even if that’s not their primary job. We’re also thankful for people like you, reading this letter, because without you there wouldn’t be anyone to buy and consume the wonderful and delicious bounty that farmers are blessed to produce. We know you have a lot on your plate, both literally and figuratively, but when you say grace, consider a prayer of thanks for those who delivered that delicious meal. I know we will. Happy Thanksgiving! Sincerely, Hedgebrook Farm ( Thank you Eric Fors- well said)