Loudoun Stay

Guests at a recent kickoff dinner for a partnership between Loudoun Stay and Founding Farmers held at Trinity Farm Estate in Paeonian Springs.

With a goal of bringing a Loudoun-centric overnight stay experience to the area, Purcellville residents Luke and Ardelle Baldwin teamed up about two years ago with Jack Clark and Andrew Reamer to develop Loudoun Stay, a company which manages short-term rental properties.

While their plans were put on hold somewhat during the pandemic in order to see how the rental market played out, they created a business model that has now quickly taken off in terms of interest level from both property owners looking to maximize the value of their properties and from people interested in staying at the properties.

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