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An eighth generation family home on 520 acres located 1 hour west of Washington and 6 miles west of Middleburg in the Piedmont Hunt Country. The main house dates from 1770 with additions as late as 1870. The house is a Virginia Historic Landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places. Welbourne was the home of Col. Richard Henry Dulany, C.S.A., the great-great-grandfather of the current innkeeper. Col. Dulany founded the nation’s oldest foxhunting club, The Piedmont Hunt, in 1840, and the oldest horse show, the Upperville Colt and Horse Show, in 1853. Visitors during the Civil War included Jeb Stuart and John S. Mosby. In the 1930’s F. Scott Fitzgerald and Thomas Wolfe stayed at Welbourne. Both writers published stories using the house as the setting.
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