In 2000 I visited here with my grandmother and family. My grandmother was a Batchelder. It was her family who built the farm in 1790. So, for us and the owners it was a historic kind of trip.
The hosts knew before we arrived that my grandmother was a Batchelder so they had accumulated a lot of history of the farm, and of the Batchelder family and presented it as a gift to us. They sat with us after we arrived in the afternoon, wine and cheese, and a lot of conversation about the farm and family history.
Our breakfast was great. The only thing I remember specifically that we were served was a pumpkin yogurt, along with pancakes, local maple syrup, coffee, juice, etc.
We walked off our breakfast climbing up the hill for a better view and seeing where they would make maple syrup.
14 years later, it is a fond memory of our trip to the farm.
I hope to revisit with other family in the not too distant future.
Thank you Rena