Sheltered on a gentle knoll under 250 year old oak trees, the 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 moonrise undimmed by city lights, or relaxing by an evening fire. Drift off to sleep listening to whippoorwills or neighborhood owls. Awake to breakfast with the farm crew after the morning milking. Savor the intense flavors of eggs from our free range chickens and other seasonal treats from our kitchen or neighbor’s gardens.