2.6 on November 23, 2014
I've stayed at quite a few B&B and love them. They are known for their hospitality and hot breakfasts. We didn't get that here. Heres the positive.....great cabins, warn and homey. Quiet location. Okay, that's the positive. Now our experience. First of all our breakfasts were already in our room for the weekend when we got their. We stayed two nights. We got two yogurts (which we don't eat), 3 packets instant oatmeal, choice of 4 packets of cold sugary cereal, grapes, milk, small container orange juice, four pieces italian bread, small container jelly and 3 pieces homemade cinnamon bread. Coffee but no tea, no butter of any kind and no water except water from the bathroom sink. The tv is an old 12" dinosaur but it really doesn't matter because there's no cable or internet. They do offer movies...they are not in the room. My advice....ASK about breakfast, bring some games, movies ect or go to a real B&B. They are great cabins and that's what they should be...cabins.
5 on August 02, 2010
We were pleasantly surprised by the hand made details like quilts on the walls. The cabins were so inviting it felt like home. The hospitality was unbelievable. Ole and Janice make you feel so welcome at breakfast every morning. The ambiance of a working farm added a simple quaintness that was timeless.