We stayed at Oakland Green for only one night, as the other was already booked (October is a very popular season in the area, as the foliage is truly beautiful around that time), but I really wish we'd had a chance to stay longer. Sara, the owner of the B&B, is such a wonderful hostess - she was extremely helpful with the reservation, even emailing me the driving directions, as the GPS tends to get confused in the area. She also gave us some tips for best restaurants in the area, particularly suggesting Market Table Bistro, which is about a 30 min drive from the farm. Boy, am I glad we listened to her advice - the fare at the restaurant is incredible, and all locally sourced and seasonal (try the pork belly lettuce wraps, and the bread pudding, you will not regret it).
The farm itself is beatiful, very well maintained, and gorgeously appointed on a small hill. The Log House Suite is an extremely cozy and truly fascinating cabin, as it' supposedly built in the 1730's (!), and most of the furniture is antique (even the pictures on the walls were of Sara's ancestors, from the early 1900's). However, the amenities are very modern, as the lovely en-suite bathroom has clearly been updated very recently, and the heating was working very well.
The breakfast was also delicious and clearly made from fresh local ingredients, as the eggs and bacon tasted the way they really should.
All in all, it was a truly blissfull and stress-free stay, and we're definitely going back. If you're looking for an idyllic experience, look no further!