We stayed 2 nights in the River Room. The place is very clean, and comfortable. The owners are friendly and fun to talk with. The property is beautiful and they have horses, a burro, peacocks, chickens and lambs. We took a walk around and just enjoyed the sights and sounds plus watching a spectacular sunset. We would definitely return. The owner texted me before we arrived to let me know she might not be there when we arrived, but gave us information as to how to access our room and where the key would be. She also called and gave us some dining references.
Absolutely loved our stay here . Very centrally located to small town Ga . 45 min trip to Athens . Leslie our host was wonderful, her and her husband just took over the farm and have made many wonderful improvements. Rooms are clean , beds are comfortable you’ll feel right at home here especially w the wonderful hot breakfast you’ll receive in the morning . Leslie is a fabulous cook ( I’m a picky vegetarian so there’s That ) There are lots of little trails around the property, we wld walk down every morning and visit the chickens and horses. You will really enjoy the location and your stay here .
My best friend and I had an amazing time at the Farmhouse Inn in Madison, GA We could only get away for one night, but we can't wait to go back. Leslie was an amazing hostess - our room was spacious and comfortable with complimentary drinks and snacks. We really enjoyed all of the animals wandering around the farm - they have peacocks, horses, a donkey and chickens - with their own guard dog. The grounds were beautiful, especially at sunset, and we spent several hours walking they trails. And breakfast was included! It's about 15 minutes from downtown Madison which has a bunch of cute shops and restaurants.
My husband and I spent a few days here to unwind and rest. We stayed in the beautiful hayloft room overlooking part of the farm. The bed was so comfortable, and the room and en-suite bathroom were immaculate. The mini fridge was stocked with water and other drinks as well as a few snacks. There was a 4 cup coffee maker with fresh ground coffee and fresh cream in the fridge. Leslie the owner was very friendly and gave us good tips on places to eat and to visit in Madison and Greensboro. We were perfectly located between the two towns, about 10 miles away to each. Breakfast was amazing. And the 100 acre farm will definitely be luring us back soon. Very peaceful and relaxing getaway.
The Farmhouse Inn is just minutes from Madison, GA & is well worth a small side trip. The large rural site has very good accommodations & a farm setting with chickens, ducks, guineas, goats & lots of prideful peacock. We stayed in the Hayloft room in the red barn & were well pleased with the size & features. The king-sized bed was excellent & the site is very quiet until about 6:00 AM when the roosters wake up. If the sound of a farm bothers you, you might want to consider earplugs if you’re a late sleeper. The breakfast of eggs, waffles & fresh fruit was great & the Oconee Coffee Roasters (local to Madison) was an excellent complement. Overall, a great experience worthy of a return trip, perhaps in the warmer months where the grounds would be even more impressive. Although we weren’t there for an event, I suspect this would be a outstanding venue with lots of space & photo opportunities.…
What an amazing place! From the homemade delicious breakfast each morning to the clean rooms, don’t pass up this B&B. Everything was just perfect. There are alot of animals on the farm, including peacocks and dogs that don’t even bother you. Leslie the owner and her husband Jim, were so kind and knowledgeable of the area and the fame. There is a little chapel on the grounds you can go into as well. Our room was so cute and spacious and the bath towels were so plush! It was a great anniversary weekend getaway and we will be back.
We stayed at the inn for the weekend of our son's wedding. We hosted a rehearsal dinner on Friday night in the Red Barn and it worked out wonderfully. The accommodations were great. Very peaceful and homey. Breakfast each morning was awesome. We would highly recommend it for a weekend stay or if you're hosting a larger reunion.
What an amazing experience we had at the Farmhouse Inn! We were greeted by chickens and a peacock! It only got better! It was a charming place to stay. Our room was large and cozy. It’s a peaceful oasis with walking trails, and a lake. It would be a fabulous place for a wedding venue! I’m a health nut, and the breakfast included ORGANIC fruit and the eggs straight from their chickens!! And WOW, the apple bread was incredible!!! The new owners could not have been more hospitable. They are working on gardens that are free of pesticides. I couldn’t be more impressed with the owners and their bed and breakfast. Highly recommend!!!
We come to this area of Georgia every Christmas to visit family between Madison and Athens. We typically stay in a chain hotel, but this year w/out the kids decided to change it up and find a B&B to support local small business owners. We could not have been more pleased and delighted. This Inn, and it's tranquil 100 acres of farm, trails, and warm friendly people (and animals) could not have been a better choice. Crystal and Ellis, the owners, are warm and inviting, really fun and engaging. Breakfast was amazing each morning, hand made by Crystal, and included items directly from this organic farm, including goat cheese and duck eggs. The property is clean, comfortable, and 'takes you back' eventhough the actual barn and farmhouse/rooms were built in the 1990's. Every detail is attended to. We stayed in the "Garden Room" which was large, comfortable, and supremely quiet. Take a hike down the river trail- the first "Certified Forest Therapy Trail" in the US. The two farm dogs, both Great Pyrenees pups- "Mudpie" and "Zorro: took the walk with us, all the way down to the goregous dock on Lake Oconee. They actually took care of us- running ahead but waiting for us at the end of the trail to be sure we returned safely just before dusk. There are chickens, turkeys, cows, horses, a donkey, peacocks, and 3 ducks (Huey, Duey, and Louie) among a legion of cows. The property has a large solar panel that follows the sun's path all day and provides something like 33% of the properties power needs daily. We were there in winter, but the organic farm was expansive and we look forward to seeing it in the spring and summer. There is a church/chapel on-site that is always open and accessible if you want to visit. And of course, the obligatory tire swing. Pricing is not that different from a 3 star hotel, but a world of difference in comfort, ambience, peacefulness, and fun.…
I recently stayed at the Farmhouse Inn on Hundred Acre Farm, and already, I cannot wait to return. Not only were the owners and staff brimming with warmth and hospitality, their animals on the farm were a true delight. My favorites were the two Great Pyrenees—Magpie and Zoro—who watch over the chickens, ducks, turkeys, and peacocks! The donkey and horses along with the peaceful nature walk through the forest by the pond made me forget all about the hustle and bustle of city living. I slept like a baby in the comfy king bed! Peach French toast along with fruit, grits, and sausage for breakfast was delicious. Looking forward to the next trip!