Spend a night in the country; our restored 1855 Greek Revival Farmhouse is located on 60 acres in the heart of "farm first country", shared with Amish neighbors. We grow most of our vegetables, fruits and eggs then can, freeze and preserve everything possible; making our "old fashioned" farm country breakfast and desserts fresh in any season. We also make our own breads and jams and jellies which are served daily. A desert and beverage are also served each evening.
5 on September 15, 2016
This Bed and Breakfast is located "in the country" but still within easy driving distance to several towns and villages. Judi welcomed me and showed me to my room (the Nellis Room). It was beautifully appointed and spotless. The house has an old-fashioned feel with all the modern conveniences. The garden is beautiful and I especially liked watching the frogs! Judi offers homemade pie in the evening which was delicious. The conversation was light and engaging. I slept well and was greeted in the morning by fresh coffee, homemade bread and jam (the strawberry rhubarb was out-of-this-world) and a delicious "country" breakfast. The second night was a repeat of the first with breakfast being a marvelous vegetable quiche (and more strawberry-rhubarb jam on the homemade bread). I wish I could have stayed for a week!
5 on September 05, 2016
Warm helpful hosts in a wonderful location...remarkably central to a lot of history. Way beyond any expectations!
5 on September 05, 2016
We just spent one memorable night at the charming, quaint and cozy Heritage Meadows Farm B and B. Judy and Steve were the quintessential hosts. They have imbued their home with warmth and comfort. Judy plied us with cheesecake topped with her homegrown strawberry rhubarb sauce and a delicious breakfast the next morning. Steve allowed us to come along as he put the horses in the barn for the night and they both shared tales from their bucolic corner of the world. It was a wonderful stay which we will not soon forget.
5 on August 21, 2016
My fiance and I stayed at the Heritage Meadows Farm Bed & Breakfast while visiting New York State for my cousin's wedding. Judi and Steve were adorable. They told us all about the history of the house and served us homemade strawberry cheesecake made with strawberries from their garden the night that we arrived. We definitely did not go hungry while we were there. For breakfast the next morning we were treated to toasted homemade bread (regular bread and cinnamon bread) with homemade peach and strawberry preserves, blueberry pancakes, and orange and raspberry-cranberry juice. We had such a big breakfast we didn't eat again until the wedding that night. The next morning we had homemade quiche with homefried potatoes. Everything was delicious. The house itself is very inviting, being decorated with antiques. We were very comfortable. Their policy is to only have one room occupied at a time unless everyone knows each other, so we had our own bathroom. We have already thought about staying there again with friends. Another thing I should mention is their pets. They have a very quiet and sweet shihtzu dog named Bella and a friendly plump cat named Muffin. They also have a barn cat they call Mouser who greeted us when we got out of our car. We have three cats and a dog so the animals made the place feel more like home. We would recommend Heritage Meadows Farm Bed & Breakfast to anyone visiting the area.
5 on August 08, 2016
We enjoyed Judith and Stephen's warmth, beautiful home, hearty breakfasts, and helpful tips. We felt very much at home.
4.0 on July 31, 2016
I am a return guest to Judy and Steve's and again they exceeded my expectations. Everything from their warm greeting, helpful advice, supremely clean bedrooms and bathrooms, and tasty and overly generous meals and evening desserts was above and beyond. I no longer have family in the area so it was lovely to feel so at home with their family. That said, they were not intrusive and gave me my space and privacy. Judy bakes her own bread, makes her own jam and provides these items along with many tasty treats for breakfast that held me well into the dinner hour. She always reminds me that I don't need to order dessert out as she has some choices waiting for me "back home." All in all, a great stay, with easy access to Gloversville, Johnstown and surrounding lakes. Shelly
5 on June 09, 2016
My husband and I recently spent two nights with our hosts Judith and Stephen. From the moment we arrived in the late evening, we were treated to home-made treats, warm smiles and conversation. The setting is more beautiful than the photos show: a lovely garden with lilacs, a fountain, and, in the near distance, a field where they grow their own vegetables and another where their two horses roam. We're an animal lovers so they allowed their extremely friendly cats and dog to share in the communal space with us. I also got a chance to groom (my request) the equally friendly rescue horses. The accommodations are up a flight of steps, and although the bathroom is not en-suite, it feels that way. It's large and you won't have to share it with anyone. The bed was quite comfortable, we were provided with nice cotton robes, and an abundance of fluffy towels. Last, but certainly not least, Judith loves to feed her guests. Our breakfasts were bountiful and freshly cooked/baked: omelets, quiche, blueberry pancakes, biscuits, bread, jams and preserves. Along with a side of fresh fruit. And just in case you need more, there's a Keurig coffee maker with coffee upstairs just for your use. We expect to return!
5 on May 24, 2016
Heritage Meadows had a perfect location for us as a stop over on our way from Boston to Niagara-on-the-lake. Judi was such a sweet person. We had a wonderful time getting to know her and her husband Steve.
5 on April 20, 2016
Judi and Steve a such a lovely hospitable when we stay there we feel like we are staying with family. I highly recommend Heritage Meadows Farm B&B when you are staying in the area.
4.8 on February 27, 2016
My fiance and I were looking to spend a weekend hiking out in the Caroga Lake/Lake George area. This place, located just a few minutes from our first hiking destination, popped up in my search. Since discovering the joy that is staying at a bed and breakfast vs. a hotel, we've always tried to go this route when possible. This place exceeded our expectations in every way. We were met with coffee and pie by Judy, virtually at the door, upon our late evening arrival, which was quite wonderful after coming in from the freezing cold. She joined us at the little table in the kitchen, and gave us some of the history about the home and surrounding area. We first noticed how wonderfully decorated and spotless the place was, and she gave us a tour of the place, which was ornately decorated and well-kept. The bedrooms were absolutely huge and the bathrooms were beautiful. We were only staying the one night and heading out early for a 3-mountain day, so we headed to bed not long after the tour. In spite of our early departure (7 AM), Judy awoke bright and early to have our breakfast ready by 6 AM. She made us a full breakfast, complete with juice, coffee, and tea. We chatted over breakfast, which was wonderful, and left soon after. It was a wonderful, albeit brief, stay, and we will certainly return!
The Nellis Room is in the portion of the house that was an attic in 1855. It has a beautiful view of the property and is decorated in a soft green, with antique touches of the past. The room includes two chairs in sitting areas, A/C,TV, WIFI, overhead fan, double dresser, chests, luggage racks, hair dryer, robes and a private bath just outside the room. The bathroom is just outside the bedroom but is always private due to room scheduling.
The Whitlock Room is decorated in soft blue and has two chairs for sitting area, double dresser with mirror, chests, luggage racks, A/C, ceiling fans, TV, Phone, WIFI, hair dryer, and robes. It has a private bath just outside the room. This room is located in the original part of the house and the windows are of the period and are only 4 inches off the floor. The bathroom is just outside the bedroom but is always private because of room scheduling.
Crystal Grove Diamond Mine, Glimmerglass Opera, Cooperstown, Saratoga, Saltsman Hotel-Ephratah, Antiquing, hiking and so much more history., Countryside, Rural, Small town
Albany, NY (ALB-Albany County) 55 miles
From New York State Thruway (I90)Get off at Exit 29 (Canajoharie) Turn Right on 5S West.;Turn Right on Rte 10 North. Follow Rte 10 North to the Village of Ephratah (Saltsman Hotel - big yellow building with brown trim);Turn Left on County Hwy 140 (Starts right in front of Saltsman Hotel). Heritage Meadows Farm is exactly 2 miles on your right. (First place on right after crossing Caroga Creek).
Antique Shopping, Casino, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, Glimmerglass Opera, Sir Wm Johnson Hall - Johnstown, Beardsley Castle - Little Falls Antiquing, Snow shoeing/cross country skiing on farm, Farmers Museum & Baseball Hall of Fame - Cooperstown, Herkimer Diamond Mines just minutes away and Royal Mountain Ski Center.., Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Winery
Board games, CD player, Computer, Copier, DVD Player, Desk, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Library, Microwave, Movie library, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Washer/dryer , Rockers on Front Porch, Picnic Tables by Creek, 60 acres for long walks, Deck available for dinning with waterfall/gardens, We serve homegrown vegetables/fruits
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Telephone, Turndown Service, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bird watching, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Hunting, Antique Shopping, Amish Specialty Shops, Snowshoeing/cross country skiing in winter at Farm, Saratoga 50 minutes away, Near Herkimer Diamond Mines, Cooperstown 40 minutes away. Royal Mtn Ski Resort 10 miles away, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails
Stephen and Judith Mihal
Cats , Dogs , 2 horses
We have spent the last 7 years restoring the farmhouse and furnishing it with antiques and other possibilities of the past. Most of the house is open to our guests for their enjoyment. We have also added a picnic area along the creek and will gladly furnish you with a picnic lunch for an additional fee. There is lots of room for long walks and beautiful views.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian as requested
casserole with layer of meat (hamburger, ham, bacon, sasuage or venison) layer of onion, mushrooms. broccoli, cheese, repeat with last layer of cheese. Cover with egg and milk mixture. This dish can be altered to include guests favorites.