Cider Mill House is as welcoming today as it was 200 years ago. Then, as now, it sheltered family, friends and travelers in need of rest and renewal. The carefully restored, original stone farmhouse is the heart of Willow Run Farms, an historic working farm with 200 acres of fields and forests for guests to roam and relax. Here you can enjoy the quiet and beauty of nature with a touch of the past. We have restored and decorated Cider Mill House to reflect the 18th C. farmstead lifestyle. Where guests can choose from four unique rooms and be lulled to sleep by the sounds of nature and awakened by bird call.
4.4 on July 24, 2014
Lovely unexpectedly wonderful B&B with experienced, warm innkeepers. We especially loved being introduced to the goats. Room was spotless, well-appointed and our shower was huge. Breakfast with farm fresh eggs from their on-property henhouse was a real treat. Delicious and plentiful.
5 on October 09, 2013
A beautiful place to get away from it all - serene, quiet, relaxing, incredible, beautiful, creative breakfasts too. Very close to D.C year "FAR AWAY".
5 on October 02, 2013
What a beautiful place! We so enjoyed our 3-night stay at Cider Mill House in September 2013. The room was cozy and had all the comforts of home. The bountiful breakfasts were unbelievably delicious from beginning to dessert (Yes, dessert for Breakfast!). This was our very first stay at a B&B. All others will have to measure up to this one, because our entire experience was excellent! Our hosts were so friendly and informative, and we felt they went above & beyond to make sure we had everything we needed. Highly recommend this one!
5 on August 19, 2013
Most pleasant and relaxing place to stay for R&R. Great food, scenery and wonderful host and hostess.
5 on August 19, 2013
Fantastic experience. Loved staying on the farm. The Cider Mill House accommodations were charming and very comfortable. Breakfast - superior and loved the history from the Owners Kat and Ed.
4.8 on July 04, 2013
My husband and I came here for a weekend away from D.C. to celebrate our recent marriage. It was an amazing place to take in nature--the farm is immaculate and perfectly quaint--and we fell in love with the goats, chickens, and guinea hens. Ed & Kat were amazing hosts--super friendly, laidback, and great storytellers. The breakfast was magnificent: zucchini broccoli frittata, potatoes, sausages, and more! We also browsed Kat's beautiful artwork and bought a couple prints as souvenirs. We definitely recommend this place and hope to return one day.
5 on July 03, 2013
I first discovered Cider Mill House in 2010 as I searched for places "off the beaten path". What a great find it was! While it is somewhat off the beaten path, there is so much to see and so many places to visit in just a short drive. It was fabulous to take in the history and sites of nearby towns and then return for a relaxing evening on the front porch at Cider Mill. I just had a second stay at the house, and it was just a wonderful the second time! Patty SC
5 on July 02, 2013
My wife and I stayed at the Cider Mill House in Hedgesville, WV on our way home to Georgia from a visit to New England in June. The accommodations were wonderful! The room was clean, comfortable, nicely furnished, and offered a lovely view of the picturesque farm on which the house is situated. Our hosts presented us with a warm welcome, a hearty fresh-cooked breakfast, and pleasant conversation. The B&B is a little off the beaten path but not inconvenient and certainly well worth the side trip if only for the scenery. We would recommend the Cider Mill House as an excellent choice for anyone visiting or passing through the area!
5 on June 14, 2013
That says it all! Royal treatment abounds. The food and service were outstanding and we ate on the patio which made it even better! Thanks.
5 on May 01, 2013
Welcomed and enveloped by nature. This location takes you away from your busy life and pushes you to relax, be still and be at peace. Great getway just a short drive from DC or Baltimore. Breakfasts were huge and covered us till dinner. We hope to get back there again. Thanks Ed & Kat (and all those farm animals!)
farm, Countryside, Mountains, Village
Washington DC, DC (IAD-Dulles) 50 miles
Take Greenway Toll Road W to Leesburg, VA. Exit on Rt.7W. Stay on 7W to Winchester VA. Exit on Rt.81E to Inwood WV. Take exit onto Rt. 51W. Stay on 51W to stop sign on top of North Mountain. Go straight onto Buck Hill Road. Follow road across bridge at bottom to Shanghai, WV. At Shanghai stop sign turn right onto Back Creek Valley Rd. Go 2.5 miles to Fourth Bridge Road on right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, National/State parks, Nature area, Civil War sites/battlefields, Spas, Horse racing, Historic homes, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River
Board games, Conference Rooms, Copier, Library, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , ensuite vanities, hiking trails, picnic area
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Radio
Bird watching, Swimming pool
Ed & Kat Cimaglio
outside farm animals Others
Long time WV residents, Kat is a retired judge and professional artist and Ed is the hard working farm manager. We enjoy the outdoors and farm chores and running Cider Mill House.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian