Flint Hill Farm AG

Flint Hill Farm AG, Coopersburg: Address, Phone Number, Flint Hill Farm AG Reviews: 4.5/5

Flint Hill Farm AG
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Flint Hill Farm is a 28 acre working dairy farm with active Educational Center offering over night farm stay and farm work experience for individuals and families through out the year.
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Gareth P
Berlin, Berlin, Germany29 contributions
Great experience and fun for kids and adults
Sep 2021 • Family
I took my 10 and 12 year old children to experience a working farm and get some outdoor time. We all had a fantastic time. Kathy, who runs the farm, and her volunteers were so helpful in explaining how the farm ran and the kids were able to get involved in a variety of activities…feeding, grooming, walking and herding. Such a fun experience and one my kids now want to do each year. Accommodation is simple but clean. Plenty of places to eat nearby. Fully recommend.
Written September 20, 2021
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Susannah D
Brooklyn, NY3 contributions
Relaxing and fun
Jul 2021
We stayed overnight and loved it. Kathy and her colleagues could not have been more warm and welcoming. The house is charming, very clean and full of character. The bed was so comfortable and the shower was HOT as I like it with good water pressure. A calf was born in the field the night we were there! We hope to get to come back, with our teenaged daughters if we can convince them that they will also love a homey visit with grounds to explore, animals to meet, and hash brown potatoes and home made ice cream to eat!
Written August 1, 2021
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Beth F
North Scituate, RI6 contributions
Flint Hill Farm B&B stay
Sep 2020 • Couples
Recently stayed overnight while passing through PA. I would highly recommend staying here. Beautiful farm with some fascinating animals. We got a guided tour and were introduced to the farm animals with their names and some back stories on them. I fell in love with the two Great Pyrenees dogs and the 41 year old horse! Comfortable bed, also enjoyed farm-made ice cream on the porch in a rocking chair. In the morning, watched the cows and goats be milked took a nice walk through the path in the woods and revisited the animals before having an amazing breakfast of delicious bacon, eggs and potatoes, made special by Kathleen. Didn't leave empty handed either. Took home some great cheeses, that were also made on the farm. Would definitely stay again!
Written October 4, 2020
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BlancheFrog
Quakertown, PA116 contributions
Real working farm - great for families
May 2020 • Couples
This is a real working farm that you don't want to miss! There are goats, cows, pigs chickens, horses, ducks, and awesome dogs! I'm probably missing some animals. Kathy the owner is wonderful. You have to go in the store and buy some cheese! Don't miss the ice cream & frozen yogurt too. We had the lemon frozen yogurt. It was delicious! We will be back soon!
Written May 2, 2020
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Bethann H
Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, United States78 contributions
Farmhouse treasure!
Nov 2019
My friend and I attended the 1st Wine & Cheese Event being held here and also stayed over night in the B&B. Not being too familiar with the daily lifestyle & routine of a farm, this was a prime example to be experiencing. Kathy is overly accommodating; as well as, all of the volunteers and workers. I can't begin to thank everyone for their hospitality. I def. will be returning. I highly refer this to be a place for families to experience due to the many activities going on throughout the yr. The dairy products are well worth purchasing. I may also endorse the wine which is supplied at another location. Can't say enough for how much I had enjoyed it.
Written November 8, 2019
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Becca I
New York City, NY29 contributions
What a way to stay!
Oct 2018 • Couples
If you’re looking for a farm experience, look no further! My husband and I stayed at Flint Hill Farm this past weekend and had the greatest time! Kathy was such a generous host and makes an amazing breakfast! The dairy product were made from the cows on the farm and to compliment we had homemade bread and jams.

There are pigs, ducks, goats, sheep, chickens, horses, dogs, cats and cows! You can tell from the moment you step onto the farm that these animals are loved and well taken care of. If you want to work, they will put you to work, all you have to do is ask. They also have cheese making classes and blacksmith classes.

I highly recommend staying at the farm or visiting for the day with your family. We will absolutely be coming back! Thanks again for a great stay!

Written October 1, 2018
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40russp
Westfield, NJ1 contribution
Fantastic Farm Stay
Sep 2018 • Family
We stayed overnight with our two daughters, ages six and ten. They loved hanging out with the animals - dogs, cats, ducks, goats, chickens, horses. We collected eggs in the morning, milked the goats, fed the pigs, swept the barn. Kathy was a patient teacher and a hard worker. Breakfast included milk and cheese from the farm, which were delicious. It was a great experience for the kids to see how a small farm operates. There were plenty of eating options in town for lunch and dinner.
Written September 6, 2018
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COLEVILLE
Baltimore, MD265 contributions
very nice
Jul 2018 • Solo
I enjoyed the double strawberry sour beer. Think havi g a place to go outside and listen to music and to be in the country
Written July 24, 2018
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Joy J
Camp Hill, PA48 contributions
We actually paid $198.00 "NOT" to stay the second night.
Aug 2017
I hate to give reviews unless they are very complimentary, but I would be doing a disservice to other Trip Advisor Contributors if I did not share our experience. Before booking here, I checked Trip Advisor for reviews but have realized that the "farm learning experience" is why most people gave it such good reviews. The farm is very nice, and our hostess was very friendly, but she has too much to do for one person. I had explained that we would be bringing our 16 and 17 year old grandchildren for a week-end of camping on a farm. After the first night, we knew that it was not appropriate for us. Now, we have owned 4 campers, so we chose to book the 2008 camper. We were instructed to put the toilet paper in the trash can, but were even hesitant to flush because there did not appear to be any deodorizer in the holding tank, and the gases that came up when we flushed were unpleasant. We did not attempt to shower, but my husband was not even unable to shampoo his crew cut hair because the water pressure was so low. Based upon our 50+ stays at B&B stays, we were disappointed in the breakfast, but this may be because the hostess was too busy. When we realized that the sleeping accommodations was not adequate for our two teen-agers, we told the owner that we would need to check out and we were told that we would still have to pay $198. for the second night because we did not cancel 48 hours in advance. (Had we lived in the area and been able to check out the trailer, we would have cancelled.) We were expected to remove our shoes for breakfast, but had to avoid 3 piles of doggie doo in the living room. I really hate to tell of our experience, but wish someone would have shared some of these unpleasantries on Trip Advisor before we booked 2 nights.
We always check Trip Advisor before booking hotels and B&B's.
Written August 9, 2017
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I am very sorry that the family wasn't pleased with the accommodations. We have a written policy that we require 24 hr notice on all confirmed bookings. The cost included the following: charges by the booking engine, 10% state tax and my booking fee. She agreed to that policy when she confirmed the booking. I have had many people over the past 3 years who have stayed in the 28 foot 2008 SPORT trailer and enjoyed their stay. I peronally described the trailer with queen size bed and two beds (couch and table drop) to the her on the phone prior to arrival to make sure this would accommodate them well. They originally booked for three nights and decreased it to two and changed dates of arrival. We worked with that without a problem. I am sorry that they didn't enjoy the breakfast. I was the one cooking for a table of 10 people- we served our usual full farm breakfast and had compliments from the other guests. We are also a working dairy and mornings are usually a busy time. She made no mention of the issue of the shower pressure that morning. I haven't had any other complaints in relation to that. Because we are on a well, if other faucets are open, it could cause a temporatary drop in pressure. As for the issue of removing shoes, that is a policy for the entire house since we are on a farm. As her relating unsanitary issues, I believe our old cat had vomited and that was prompty cleaned up; however, that issue wasn't brought to my attention. Again, I am sorry that she was not pleased; however, we try to meet the individual needs of all guests. However, the 24 hr cancellation has been in place for a long time and is in agreement with other accommodations in the Lehigh Valley.
Written August 11, 2017
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James G
Pennsburg, Pennsylvania1 contribution
Great Cheese Making Class
Dec 2016 • Couples
My wife and I took the Mozzarella and Cheddar class. What a great way to spend a day. Extremely informative and educational. Kathy s very knowledgeable and hospitable. I highly recommend a visit to the store...lots of homemade products.
Written December 11, 2016
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