Enjoy farm and forest surroundings near Cumberland Falls and the Big South Fork River and Recreation Area. The 1920's Farm House has 3 bedrooms,good for families, fireplaces, spacious breakfast/sunroom with front porch views of wildlife. Fishing ponds, hiking to clifflines, the Cumberland River and waterfalls. Closeby, the Big South Fork Scenic Railroad.
5 on December 20, 2014
The Farm House is simply an incredible place to stay, but what makes it so very special is Peg, the Innkeeper/Owner. This place offers everything - it's a peaceful nature retreat. The trails and beautiful and offer exercise and some of the most exquisite views. You won't find a better breakfast. Peg collects the fresh eggs on her way to house - you can't get any fresher than that! I simply adored this place and Peg an really look forward to going back again. The ride to the Farm House is just as beautiful!
5 on July 28, 2014
The peace and quiet of nature in a very unique place. Awesome trails with sights of waterfalls, rock houses, etc. Breakfast doesn't get any better. We hope to return. Wall family
5 on July 18, 2014
Peg was a delight, and her Farm House Inn was one of the best we have ever stayed in. Would love to go back in the fall and see all the colors. Best breakfast, fresh eggs and great scones.
5 on August 20, 2013
A great wash of peace fell over us at Farm House Inn. Peg Taylor is a gracious host and a wonderful person. Accommodations are immaculate and the breakfast is hearty and delicious. Book it now!
5 on July 20, 2013
We have stayed here numerous times. Peg is a wonderful host, the views are breathtaking, and its the kind of place where you just turn your phone off and ignore time. There are great hiking trails and the different natural wonders on the property are great (Indian Rock Houses, Waterfalls, Lake, etc.). We try to come at least once per year and will continue to do so for as long as we can!
2.4 on July 01, 2013
My husband and I recently spend a nite at the Farm House Inn. The innkeeper was very nice and she let us stay on very short notice. We were just passing through. The meal was very good and enjoyable. If you do not like animals (dogs) in the house this is not the place for you. The dogs were in and out throughout the stay. Under the table as we ate.
5 on August 09, 2012
My wife and I stayed at The Farm House on 08/03 - 08/05/12 for our anniversary. Five star ratings are not high enough for the experience we had. First off, the house and surroundings will take your breath away! It's actually impossible to describe accurately. The owner/hostess is one of the nicest ladies you will ever meet! She is without a doubt the best conversationalist I have ever met. She not only shares her wonderful stories, but she is a wonderful listener also. Now, about the breakfasts that she cooks.....you will be talking about her cooking for days! We have told everybody we know about our breakfasts. I can't remember the name of the egg casserole, but it is awesome! She bakes scones that are delicious and serves home made preserves and fresh fruit. The next morning we had something that I sure can't remember the name of, but it's made with pancake batter and served with maple syrup from Wisconsin. And we had bacon and fresh fruit. If extreme peace and quiet, privacy and the best hostess you could ever have sounds like what you like, this is a must destination for you! Thank you Peg! We will be back! Jeff and Susan
4.8 on July 19, 2012
I took my husband here for a surprise birthday weekend getaway, and we had no idea it would be such an incredible place. Peg is the soul of hospitality- we had a wonderful time getting to know her and the "welcome committee"- her 5 fantastic dogs. We loved Peg and her inn so much that we extended our stay a night and wish we could have extended it many, many more! The Farm House Inn is the perfect spot for quiet reflection, gorgeous and all-to-yourself hiking, incredibly good food, and deep refreshment. It is worth the trip from anywhere to go and enjoy Peg's inn and beautiful farm. We can hardly wait to go back!
4.6 on July 13, 2012
We stayed only two nights at the Farm House Inn, but we'll definitely be back for a longer stay! The Inn is definitely off the beaten path, but worth it. Peg could not have done anything more to make our stay enjoyable. The property itself is spectacular. You could spend your whole trip just hiking on site. To top it all off, Peg's breakfasts were amazing. We will be back for a longer stay and will be telling all of our friends.
5 on February 26, 2012
Absolutely wonderful get away. Beautiful country setting. Wonderful on site hiking. Food delicious. Peg the owner is an absolute delight. What a fabulous hostess. Wonderful cook and wonderful historian on Kentucky History. Our hiking guides were dog's named Jill, Follie, and Rosie. They were absolutely fabulous guides. They kept us on track and guided us to all of the beautiful landmarks. Enjoyed loving on the newest member to the family, Trip, a Border Collie rescue that Peg is just crazy about! Didn't want to leave and will be back soon!!!
Lexington, KY (LEX-Blue Grass Field) 113 miles
From US27 or I-75 follow signs to Cumberland Falls. From KY 90 turn on 896, follow for 3.3 miles,turn right on Rock Branch for .10mile, left on Devil Creek for 1 mile to right on Taylor Branch, thence to Good Spring Farm and the Farm House Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Library, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, Telephone, VCR, Videos, Washer/dryer
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Radio
Bird watching, Fishing, Hiking trails, Mountain Bike trails