My son (aged 8) and I stopped at Olde Fogey Farm for one night, on our way across Pennsylvania. I have never stayed in a more family-friendly bed and breakfast. Staying there was like visiting close relatives, as everyone from the owner, Biz, to other guests who had visited the farm for many years greeted us warmly and were eager to show us around. It was like joining a small community. My son loved swimming with the fishes, climbing in the treehouse, and helping out with the farm chores (milking a goat, feeding pigs, gathering eggs). The gardens around the house were beautiful and fun, and they included several spots to sit for a picnic meal. After morning farm chores, we joined the hosts, Biz and Tom, in their lovely large kitchen for a delicious fresh breakfast of blueberry (and plain) pancakes, eggs, bacon, very fresh melons, and other home cooked treats. One note about the rooms: Guests who stay in the Garden Room or the Pig Pen room in the main house get to eat breakfast with the hosts. Guests who stay in the other rooms (which are self-catering, a good choice if you plan to stay in the area a while) cook their own breakfasts. Most repeat guests seemed to choose the self-catering rooms, and they talked with Biz and Tom in the afternoon or evening, rather than at breakfast. It's a really lovely place, but it may not be the best choice if you're shy and like your privacy. It really is a lot like visiting family.
Garden Room or Pig Pen for breakfast with hosts. To self-cater, choose other rooms.
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