105-acre working organic farm offers three types of lodging opportunities. Our gracious 1774 Colonial home offers three elegant guest rooms with private baths and decadent homemade breakfasts using our own pastured organic eggs, produce, fruits, herbs and edible flowers raised right here on the farm. Our self-sufficient three bedroom cottages and vacation farmhouse offer independence and flexibility for families, larger groups and extended stays. Stroll the extensive gardens, collect your own eggs, visit the farm animals, help with the chores or just relax in the tranquil surroundings. Located in the green rolling hills of Walpole, New Hampshire one of the most picturesque towns in all of New England. Some of the world’s best chocolate, fine dining, hiking, amazing views, several unique shops and a wonderful 9-hole golf course all right in town. “Editor’s Pick” - Yankee Magazine’s Travel Guide to New England. Mid week and extended stay discounts available.
A spacious two-room suite bathed in natural light. Over-sized windows offer views of the perennial gardens and nearby orchard. The Garden Suite is complete with a king-sized four-poster bed with hand tied canopy and many antique furnishings. The suite's adjoining room has a day bed with a pop-up second mattress, which could sleep two additional guests. The adjoining full bath is complete with tub and shower. Room amenities include complimentary wireless internet, chocolates, air conditioning, period furniture, and bathrobes for use during your stay. $239/night
A large spacious room with garden views complete with a king-size four-poster bed with hand-tied canopy and antique furnishings. Private full bath with tub and shower across the hall. Room amenities include complimentary wireless internet, chocolates, air conditioning, period furniture, and bathrobes for use during your stay. $215/night
A comfortable room with a queen-size four-poster bed and antique furnishings. Private bath with shower in the room. Room amenities include complimentary wireless internet, chocolates, air conditioning, and period furniture. $195/night
There is one bedroom with a queen-size four-poster bed on the 1st floor with two additional bedrooms on the 2nd floor, each with two twin beds. The Kilburn Cottage has a half bath upstairs in addition to the full bath on the first floor, but a smaller living/dining area than the Bellows Cottage. Rate includes homemade continental breakfast, complimentary wireless internet, satellite TV, DVD player, full kitchen, private entrance. $239/night/2 adults. *Additional fee for more than 2 guests.
There is one bedroom with a queen-size four-poster bed on the 1st floor and two additional bedrooms on the 2nd floor. One bedroom has two twin beds and the other has a day bed with a pop-up second mattress. The Bellows Cottage does not have a bathroom on the second floor, but does have a much larger living/dining area than the Kilburn Cottage. Rate includes homemade continental breakfast, complimentary wireless internet, satellite TV, DVD player, full kitchen, private entrance. $239/night/2 adults. *Additional fee for more than 2 guests.
A vacation farmhouse with farmer's porch, rocking chairs, great views, full kitchen, dishwasher, washer/dryer, three bedrooms, two baths, satellite TV, DVD player, complimentary high speed internet, grill, easy access to our wooded hiking trails or walk to nearby orchard to pick your own fruit in season. Perfect for a family vacation or small group getaway.
5 on July 01, 2014
My little family arrived, travel-weary at the farm expecting to plop down and dig into our stack of books and sleep our way through the weekend. Well, we did sleep like babies and I did read a little. (And there's a great bookstore in Keene, and I mean great.) As we drove into what seemed like a postcard of a farm in NH we were greeted by my new hero, the human dynamo that is Jackie Caserta. Damn! One tour of a farm later with chickens, roosters, dog, cats, goats, cows we were in love. Herbs from the garden? She's got them. Need a fresh chicken? It's there. Want to go for a country lane walk? Right outside your door. Anything you want to do is nearby, from hiking, shopping, eating, swimming....Name it and Jackie will tell you where to do it. But you might not want to leave, well, except maybe to go the three miles into town (lovely drive btw) to pick up some chocolate and wine and top off the bread that Jackie delivers every morning, what to go with all that butter you picked up at the Walpole Grocery. I spent my entire ride home from Ohio plotting excuses to go back to the farm. It's gorgeous, it's comfortable, it's peaceful, and then there's the force of nature that is Jackie!
4.8 on June 06, 2014
Traveled to the Inn with my husband, almost 3 year old and 6 month old. The cottage we stayed in was perfect. We were steps away from the swing set and farm animals which kept our daughter entertained. Jackie was so welcoming- she met us at the car and took us right out to collect warm eggs- really special. The breakfast basket was yummy. The cottage had everything to stay and cook if you choose, and the town had many choices to do takeout, which is what we opted for. Plus, the kids had their own space upstairs and downstairs there was a big basket of puzzles and toys which they both loved. Could say so much more- all of it good. Would highly recommend.
5 on May 10, 2014
If you’ve stayed at a B&B before, then you’ll find the Inn at Valley Farms is one of the best. If you’ve never stayed at a B&B before, then this Inn is a great place to start. We stayed in the Garden Suite for almost a week and loved every minute of it. The Inn is charming and the rooms are comfortable and exceptionally clean. Jackie is a wonderful hostess and makes delicious breakfasts using ingredients from the farm. The food is fresh and healthy. We enjoyed talking with Jackie and learning about the history of the farm and also her farming methods. She willingly took us on a tour of the farm and we could see “beyond organic” farming in action. The area where the Inn is located is beautiful and close to lovely small towns. We are looking forward to visiting again and highly recommend the Inn at Valley Farms to others.
5 on April 21, 2014
We have visited the Inn twice and both times we were so impressed with the sheer charm and beauty of the setting. The rooms are lovely and the breakfast is the best I've ever enjoyed--eggs straight from the farm, fresly baked popovers, homemade jams, seasonal fruit cup--all garnished with edible flowers from the garden. Highly recommend!
5 on April 21, 2014
We had a wonderful stay with two active young boys in one of the self-contained cottages. The accommodations were clean, comfortable, and charming with plenty of room for everyone. Our boys loved the opportunity to interact with farm animals, and to walk around a real farm, taking it all in. The delicious breakfast is provided, and you put it together yourself when you are ready. Very relaxing and low key for an active family. We had a great time in a lovely rural setting with a very gracious host. Highly recommended!
4.0 on January 29, 2014
We stayed three nights in this wonderful place with two small children. A really beautiful setting and a great way to do "culinary tourism" in a children-friendly way
5 on January 23, 2014
Inn Keeper Jackie is a most sincere, warm and gracious hostess fully dedicated to providing luscious dining, superior accommodations and most importantly, a truly relaxing atmosphere. In addition, she is completely willing to educate along a wide range of topics (e.g. farming, history, culture) should you show interest. We will remember our two-day winter stay with great fondness and will return to experience a different “season” at the Inn. Thank you for the opportunity to share these comments. Denise & Greg, Hooksett, NH
5 on November 09, 2013
Jackie is a wonderful host and a fabulous cook!!!
4.8 on October 31, 2013
We stayed in the Sunnyside Farmhouse with our three kids (4y, 2y, 2m) and we loved our stay - would come back immediately. The house is large, one bedroom on the ground floor together with kitchen, living room and dining room. Upstairs there are two bedrooms (without door). The house is very nicely furnished, attention is paid to all details, very charming. We got there late in the evening and we had milk, cereals and eggs in the fridge - all we needed to get started the morning after. The kitchen is very well equipped. Caitlin and her family live in the other part of the farmhouse. They have two kids (7y and 4y) and our boys could use all the toys (bikes, tractors, scooter, sandbox etc.). Also inside the house there were plenty of toys. Every morning we opened the door and the kids would go running outside. We could have stayed there for a week and done nothing else. Caitlin took us and our kids to the chicken and they collected the eggs. There were kittens on the farm, cows and pigs. We bought eggs and meat from the farm in their own little farmstore. You have a very nice view from the farmhouse into the rolling hills. You can walk to a large orchard for apple picking. Walpole, a neat little village is a few miles away by car. This is a perfect place for a peaceful, relaxing and authentic family vacation.
4.8 on September 16, 2013
Our stay at the Inn at Valley Farms was wonderful. The house is beautifully maintained as well as their amazing farm and gardens. The setting is perfect for a peaceful get-away and Walpole is a charming little New England town that is a short drive away. An important note about breakfast -- don't plan on eating lunch after you have had enjoyed the breakfast at the Inn. Jackie is very creative with all fresh, local ingredients. Allow yourself plenty of time to enjoy the hearty breakfast and conservation with Jackie who can tell you about so much to see and do in the area. We highly recommend this B&B.
Monadnock Region, Sustainable farm/farmstay, Connecticut River Valley, Countryside, Small town, Village
Manchester, NH (MHT) 78 miles
From Manchester, NH Airport: Take Airport Road to Brown Avenue. Turn left onto Interstate 293 North toward Nashua/Bedford. I-293 becomes 101 West. Take Route 101 West to Keene. Bear right at the fourth intersection onto Route 12 North and follow for @ 13.2 miles (watch for a blue NHDOT sign for the Inn at Valley Farms which is located @ .2 miles before Black Jack Crossing and a large wooden lighted sign for Bensonwood Homes at the beginning of Black Jack Crossing). Take a right onto Black Jack Crossing and follow to the end (the road takes a sharp right turn then bear left at the fork. The road in total is 1 mile long). At the end of Black Jack Crossing, take a left onto Wentworth Road. The main entrance for the Inn at Valley Farms is the second driveway on your right @ ½ mile from Black Jack Crossing. The entrance to our farmhouse, Sunnyside, is the first driveway on the right (before the inn entrance).
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Mount Monadnock- most climbed mountain in world, World famous Burdick Chocolates, Cheese makers, farmers' markets, Extensive Orchards w/ pick your own fruit, Top US rated 9-hole golf course, Local swimming holes, covered bridges, hiking, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Historic Inn, Farm, Cottage, Bed and Breakfast, Other
BBQ grill, Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Videos, Washer/dryer, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar , Organic soap, shampoo and conditioner, Decadent breakfast for inn guests, Collect fresh eggs, visit our farm animals, Chocolates at bedside for inn guests, Extensive organic gardens, Picture perfect views
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Downhill Skiing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseshoes, Mountain Bike trails, Collect fresh eggs, Visit our farm animals, Pick-your-own organic produce, Local swimming holes, Apple picking, Tour our organic farm, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
2 Cats , 1 Dog , chickens, goats, cows, pigs, Others
I love to garden and grow as much food for my family and guests as possible which feeds my passion for cooking (or is it the other way around???). I'm passionate about cooking everything from scratch using fresh, seasonal products bursting with flavor. Two additional passions are photography and traveling - even if it's just exploring all the hidden gems of our local area!
Gourmet or continental
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , Diabetic, Gluten-free
One of our guests' favorite and most requested breakfast item is popovers. We always cook with as many of our own or locally grown, minimally processed foods as possible. Our motto when cooking is "simple and fresh" so our breakfast menu always revolves around what's fresh and in-season. Popovers are one of those simple yet decadent treats that lend themselves perfectly to other fresh foods such as creamy scrambled eggs using our own pasture-raised eggs, herbs and local cheeses and our own fresh fruit preserves made from the amazing bounty around us.