3 miles North of Wakefield, Virginia on Route 31, we are
nestled perfectly in the middle of one of the most important
breadbaskets for both Hampton Roads and the Richmond/Petersburg
region. The first peanut crop in the U.S. was produced
about 5 miles from here. A family farm, it holds many
memories. The Drewry Family has been farming in Southeastern
Virginia since the 1600's. We invite you to visit our
farm during berry picking season to enjoy the tranquility
of a rural setting, to pick blueberries, strawberries,
blackberries and raspberries grown without chemicals and
pesticides, and to create memories of your own. Some of
our customers have been picking berries at Drewry Farms
for over 30 years.
Farms is pleased to offer some of the healthiest meat
in the region. Our animals are raised in a great environment.
They are pasture raised. They roam in an all natural environment.
We don't use chemicals, pesticides, or any GMO products.
In fact, we grew 15 acres of non-GMO corn this year, ground
it ourselves and fed very small portions to our animals
for protein. Humane practices, reverence for all our animals
and good environmental stewardship guide all our work.
Purebred Angus and Belted Galloway cattle are grass-fed
and raised on the farm. Only the best for Drewry Farms
livestock. Berkshire Hogs have been added this year. Our
swine offerings include old world heritage breeds Hampshire,
Berkshire, Duroc and Yorkshire. Coming soon are Mangalitsa,
a breed rapidly rising in popularity, especially in Europe
for it's fine taste. Limited production in the U.S. has
propelled us to invest in this very fine animal. Araucana
chickens are also a new edition, laying the most beautiful
blue, green and brown natural eggs.
Literally, Drewry Farms is growing by leaps and bounds.
Again this fall we planted 12,000 strawberry plants. We
grew fall produce and are open for you pick greens, including
collards, mustard, creasy, and of course kale. Additionally
we have broccoli and cabbage! Come pick while it last...
Come and enjoy the peace and serenity of our farm and
historic home- within close proximity to Williamsburg/Jamestown
historical areas. Palmyra Inn circa 1745 was built by
John Presson one of the first settlers in the yet to be
formed Sussex County.
Many families have called this their home over the centuries,
come make memories and feel the warmth of historic country
We are open and ready to welcome you to the tranquil
atmosphere staying on a farm provides. Did we tell you
the farm and Inn were the setting for a wedding this Spring?
We are thrilled to be hosting and excited the farm is
being used in this way. It is perfect.
Current Rates: $100.00 per night for two
guests / if reservation is for two or more nights, rate
is $75.00 per night
$125.00 per night for three or more guests / if reservation
is for two or more nights, rate is $100.00 per night
Deposit will be required for reservations.
Check-in is 3:00 pm and check-out is 11:00 am, unless
Cancellations within 48 hours of check-in will be charged
50% of rate.
Cancellations within 24 hours of check-in will be charged
No smoking in residence. Pets have to be pre-approved.
Pet deposit may apply.
Call # 757.899.3636 for reservations and event rates.
Located at: 8401 Birch Island Rd. (Route 31 to Jamestown
Ferry / Williamsburg, Va.) Wakefield, Virginia 23888