This handsome home is without peer with respect to its collection of antiques and its architectural richness. Butternut Farm was built in two stages by Jonathan Hale, beginning in 1720, the year of his marriage. The interior of this classic Colonial house was painstakingly restored to its original condition by innkeeper Don Reid by exposing the original wide brick fireplaces, uncovering the broad pumpkin-pine floorboards and removing paint from the paneling on many of the rooms' walls.
Small town, Suburban
Antique Shopping, Aquarium, Beach, River, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Private entrance, Radio, TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycles, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Tennis courts
English, French, German, Italian
Cats , Goats, chickens, ducks, geese,
A gentleman-farmer going through second childhood.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Freshly-laid Eggs; goat milk in season
From barnyard prize chickens and goats.