Sheltered on a gentle knoll under 250 year old oak trees, the B&B Inn is actually two buildings: a modern Greek Revival farmhouse skirted by wide porches, and the original settler’s 1800 log cabin. The two-story atrium joining the two serves as the farm’s gathering room. Surrounding outbuildings attest to the farm’s past and present: the original log hay barn and granary, 1880’s smoke house, 1940’s tobacco barns, and most recently – our farmstead goat dairy producing award-winning goat cheese.
We invite you to make yourselves at home. Share our simple pleasures: a goat’s affection, a moon rise undimmed by city lights or relaxing by an evening fire. Drift off to sleep listening to whippoorwills or neighborhood owls.
Breakfast: We serve fresh eggs from free-range chickens, goat cheese made on our farm, seasonal fruits and home-made preserves with home-baked breads or muffins. On weekends (Saturday & Sunday mornings) we cook up a full breakfast; Grab & Go breakfasts are prepared weekdays (Monday through Friday).
Goat visits: After an initial tour, inn guests are welcome to spend as much time as they like in the barn & milking parlor. (We milk twice per day.) During kid season, you may even get to help bottle-feed baby goats.
Art: Our collection of interesting original artwork – including etchings, watercolors, monoprints, photographs, pottery and sculpture – is spread throughout the inn and grounds.
Hiking Trails: Explore our network of rustic trails, through woodlands, around ponds and across streams. A map and fishing poles are available upon request.
Covid 19 vaccinations are required for all guests