The Burwell-Morgan Mill is in Clarke County, Virginia, in the and historic village of Millwood just 60 miles west of Washington, DC.  Although off the beaten track, Millwood is easily reached and just a short drive from the major highways.  If you are using GPS, our address is 15 Tannery Lane, Millwood (or Boyce), VA 22646.

From Berryville:

Take Buckmarsh St. / 340 South through Berryville and about 3 miles. Look for Old Chapel - the oldest Episcopal Church building still in continuous use west of the Blue Ridge Mountains – on your left. A brown and white “Historic Mill” sign indicates a left turn to the mill. Turn left at the sign and follow Bishop Meade Road (Route 255) three miles into Millwood. When you reach a stop sign in Millwood, turn left – the Mill parking lot will be on your right.

Via Route 50:

From Winchester and points west:

Take  Route 50 east, turn left at the Waterloo traffic light at Route 340 and continue to the

blinking traffic light in Boyce. Turn right on Route 723 and go 1.5 miles to Millwood and the Mill. The Mill parking lot will be on your right.

From Middleburg and points east:

Take Route 50 west, after crossing the Shenandoah River bridge take the  second right on Millwood Road (Route 723) and proceed two miles into village of Millwood. Continue going straight ahead where the road splits. The Mill parking lot will be on your left.

From D.C.:

Via I – 66:

            Take I-66 west about 52 miles  to Exit 23 for US-17 N/VA-55 W/Winchester Rd toward Delaplane/Paris. Follow US  - 17 north about 8 miles. Turn left onto John S. Mosby Hwy (US 17 N, US 50 W). After 6.5 miles,  turn right on to Bishop Meade Rd. (Route 255). Continue going straight ahead where the road splits. The Mill parking lot will be on your left.

[Toll Road]

Take the Dulles Greenway (Toll Road 267) west to Route 7 and continue west to Route 340, the second Berryville exit. Take 340 south through Berryville and about 3 miles. Look for Old Chapel - the oldest Episcopal Church building still in continuous use west of the Blue Ridge Mountains – on your left. A brown and white “Historic Mill” sign indicates a left turn to the mill. Turn left at the sign and follow Bishop Meade Road (Route 255) three miles into Millwood. When you reach a stop sign in Millwood, turn left – the Mill parking lot will be on your right.