The Manor at Silo Falls is a chic, rustic-style venue in Brookeville, Maryland. The dairy farm turned restaurant, bar and venue has become the beloved meeting grounds for locals, event-goers and travelers from across Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.
Richard and Deborah Brooke, a well-respected Quaker family, founds the town, naming it after Deborah’s family.
Brookeville is formally incorporated. It becomes a significant location for local agricultural industry.
President James Madison arrives on horseback and stays at postmaster Caleb Bentley’s home, later named the Madison House in honor of the historic visit.
The Manor at Silo Falls, once a thriving dairy farm, is built on the edge of Brookeville.
An important addition is added to the structure—the Inn at Brookeville Farms, a restaurant and event venue.
Successful local restaurateur Paul Saiz purchases The Manor at Silo Falls, investing in a $1 million transformation.
The Manor at Silo Falls is one of Brookeville, Maryland’s historic treasures. Over the years, it has undergone a lot of transformations. It was important to the new leadership that the property maintain its core identity, preserving original fireplaces, chandeliers, staircases and hardwood floors. The property boasts renovations like intricate stonework throughout the property, a marble tap system, an upgraded entrance and over 100 new windows.
We’re excited about what these recent and upcoming changes will bring to the Brookeville/Onley communities. The Manor at Silo Falls is a place where people can gather for a drink or quick bite to eat. At the same time, it’s quickly becoming one of the most respected all-inclusive venues for intimate life moments and milestone events of all kinds—birthday parties, company meetings, weddings and more.
With 12 incredible spaces and a variety of outdoor settings, there is no venue quite like the Manor at Silo Falls. Regardless of the occasion, we strive to create a warm, welcoming experience for every guest who walks through our door.