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My wife and I had a fantastic two-night stay at the Farmstead! Doug and Rosalie are the consummate hosts. The breakfasts were delicious each morning and the early coffee was much appreciated. The accommodations were excellent and very comfortable. Doug's informative insights to area attractions...More
What a lovely B&B experience! This majestic home was beautiful and inviting. The hosts, Doug,Rose and Izzy were most hospitable. We really felt at home in their beautiful home. Our room was quite large with soft inviting sheets and a comfortable bed and a fully...More
Say Yes when Doug asks if you want a tour of the house. It adds so much to your enjoyment of the property. House is very charming with period pieces that seem to have come with the house. Rooms have just the right amount of...More
Doug and Rose, the owners, are delightful and warm. They know an amazing amount of information about their historic home. Our group felt very much at home and enjoyed sitting on the porches and relaxing. I plan to go back!
This is a finely restored 100+ year old home, crafted by welcoming hosts. Gourmet take on french toast highlighted the breakfast. This home faces the trail that Lincoln rode by horseback as a Springfield lawyer traveling the Illinois Circuit. It was fitting after a day...More
Response from lindylou_11 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Patty - as I recall all the rooms are accessed by a flight of stairs. However, the people there are so lovely and the house awesome, maybe worth asking them if they have any alternative accommodation for the person who... More
Hi Patty - as I recall all the rooms are accessed by a flight of stairs. However, the people there are so lovely and the house awesome, maybe worth asking them if they have any alternative accommodation for the person who can't hand stairs.
Trust this helps.
Kind Regards, Linda (Ipswich, England)