This was my first time staying the night on an actual working farm, and I couldn't have been happier! My girlfriend and I booked our room last minute, and Angie was very friendly and accommodating. Our room was very nice, and spacious. Way more than we needed. The price was unbeatable for what we felt we got. Angie and her family were very welcoming, even offering to have us join them that evening to watch the Olympics. We were a bit tired, and declined, but the gesture was appreciated.
The highlight of the stay is in the morning. We woke up early so we had time to wander around the farm a bit. We got to see the chickens, and pet the goats, one of which was the cutest baby ever (Manny!). Then we joined the rest of the guests in the dining room for breakfast, which was amazing. They brought out fruit and juice to start, followed by blueberry, and chocolate chip pancakes. Then, some of the tastiest over easy eggs I've ever had. There was sausage too, but we didn't eat any. It was a delicious breakfast with great food, and some nice conversation with our hosts and fellow guests. Afterwards, we followed Angie's daughter, Katrina, to gather eggs from the chicken coop, and play with the goats a bit more. She also brought us into the barn, so we could try out the rope swing. Definitely do that if you go. It's fun!
It is worth mentioning that you have to realize that this is a little less private than some may be used to. The bathroom is shared, and you will be encountering other guests, and the host family during your stay. We were fine with the shared bathroom, and we enjoyed the interactions with everyone. That was part of the experience! I'm only stating it here because some people might not consider this beforehand. Also, they do not take credit cards, so be prepared to pay cash for your room.
We were sad to leave, but we had a great time, and would definitely recommend this B&B to others. It was definitely a great experience, and for the price, could not be beat.