5 on August 25, 2017
Found this gem when looking for a place to stay when taking our daughter to college at nearby SUNY Brockport. Christine and Scott are delightful proprietors. Warm and cheerful, more like curators of the expansive old house filled with an extensive array of period furnishings and tiny vignettes of Victorian age life. Although I was their first guest with a gluten issue, calling ahead to alert her - I was rewarded with delicious home baked gluten free goodies baked by Christine herself. Our bed was heavenly comfortable, plenty of lovely towels - fluffy pillows and little niceties like water bottles on the washstand, private label glycerine soaps and real candy in the period candy dish by the bed stand. Don't miss out if you're in the area!
5 on September 13, 2013
Christine and Scott are wonderful hosts, and the White Farm provides everything necessary for a quiet, comfortable, and peaceful stay in beautiful surroundings. However, the house itself is something special. Christine has superb taste and artistic talent, which she has put to excellent effect in restoring and furnishing this treasure. Plus the food is great!
5 on April 26, 2013
My wife and I have stayed at the White Family Farm 3 times so far and are now looking forward to our fourth visit. Christine and Scott always go out of their way to make us feel welcome. The breakfasts are great and the rooms are wonderful. R.M & S.M., Polk City, Florida
4.6 on April 26, 2013
I was fortunate to find this lovely B & B when I was returned to Brockport/Holley to reminsce my childhood. Christine and Scott are lovely hosts and their home is historically beautiful. This B & B is a great homey place to stay and the breakfasts are deliciously delightful. I give Christina &and Scott five stars!
5 on April 21, 2011
We have stayed at the White Farm more than once and have always been happy with the accommodations and with the breakfasts. christine goes out of her way to make her guests comfortable. Once we stayed over Christmas and Christine brought us a tray with hot beverages and meringues to enjoy while we opened our presents under one of several Christmas trees. The house is beautifully restored and appointed and in a very quiet area. Breakfast is always delicious. This is one of the best B&Bs ever!
5 on June 22, 2009
The bad news: I've visited Rochester twice/year for the past 5 years and didn't discover this precious gem until this trip. The good news: I had the chance to stay in this magnificent space and to meet Christine Hunt, innkeeper extraordinaire. I'm keeping my fingers crossed that fate will take me back to Rochester/Brockport, just for the pleasure of staying at The White Farm, once again. M.R.-Brooklyn, N.Y.