I stayed at this farm in July 2009 and it was horrible. I was very disappointed. The furniture in the cabin was mis-matched. None of the chairs matched. All of them had significant stains - very bad. Everything looked like it was very old and came from the thrift shop. Some upholstery was so worn that the padding was showing through. The front porch had a rocking chair with one arm that was coming off and the seat was also coming loose. Many of the dishes and pots were old and stained. Beds were old and very uncomfortable. I even found a baited mouse trap in my room. I grew up in a rural area and I so I was not looking for the Taj Mahal but I was very disappointed.
Don't even get me started on the farm. It looked like a junk yard - old cars and trucks sitting everywhere, most of the out buildings were filled with lumber, all types of metal, old toliets, old bathtubs, refrigerators, and an old trailer, uninhabited, sitting out beyond one building. The paddle boat and canoe looked very, very old. If I had children I would have felt unsafe letting them roam around the property because of the junk and general state of disrepair. There are very few animals on the place and I fee sorry for them. Spend a little more money and stay somewhere you will really enjoy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Our 175 acre farm is remote yet very accessible. Open year round. Eight cottages are available. Home to a variety of domesticated and wild animals. Guests are invited to help with barn chores twice a day or just relax by the pond or on the cottage porch. ... more less