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 May 21, 2018
Since it was the weekend of the big royal wedding, this seemed like a good title for our review. Judi and Steve were the consummate hosts and we enjoyed everything about their place. We were treated to scrumptious homemade desserts each night we came back from our days exploring. Their dog and cats are absolutely adorable and provided endless entertainment for my pet loving husband. We plan to come back on our next visit to Cooperstown!
5 on January 04, 2018
Stayed with Judi and Steve while visiting family. We will definitely be going back! We were made so welcome.
5 on December 24, 2017
We loved our stay with Steve and Judi. The food was delicious, the room was beautiful. The bed is very comfortable. The hosts treated us like old friends. We will be regulars with them!
5 on October 29, 2017
Steve and Judi are just such welcoming and warm hosts to those of us traveling. It is a delight to be with them. Judi always has a special dessert for when we arrive, and follows up with a huge homemade country breakfast in the morning. Her bread/toast is THE best with homemade jams! Steve fills us in on the what's going on in that local farming area. They are blessed to have good Amish folks as friends. Either bedroom is very comfortable with crisp cotton sheets! So good to sleep in! We are very thankful for the Mihals opening their farmhouse to weary travelers!
5 on October 07, 2017
We have stayed at Heritage Meadows Farm B&B numerous times. Steve and Judi have become 'family' to us. Their hospitality is the best! Judi always has a special dessert waiting for her guests. That plus the conversation around the table makes it very welcoming and special. We get a good night's rest, and no rush for breakfast. The breakfast is a full country meal, again with special conversations around the table. We are so thankful that Steve and Judi have opened their home to travelers!
5 on October 05, 2017
This is a wonderful treat in the country. I had the deepest rest I've had in a very long time. The food was out of this world special. The owners use as much for their meals as they can from their own property. The jams, peaches and bread were all homemade. I enjoyed sitting down and having breakfast with the owners. That was a different experience for us and I loved it. Even though they have 2 rooms available, they will not rent out the other room to someone else unless it is booked that way (Ex: family & friends) So, you do NOT have to share a bathroom. Finding the place can be challenging since a regular GPS can not find the address. Use google maps when you get closer as the best resource. It will take you right to it.
5 on September 27, 2017
A visit is what it felt like staying with Judi and Steve. All I can say is we weren't there long enough. Maybe we'll see you both again in July around Iron Man Lake Placid time. Very clean, decorated like Country Living Magazine and the food was scrumptious.
5 on September 02, 2017
I have to start off with the home cooking! Wow! Judi is the hostess with the mostest....homemade everything. We started our visit with homemade cherry pie..delicious and the smell of homemade bread for breakfast the next day! Our first breakfast was like no other. The freshness of the eggs, sausage, fruit, jelly..I could go on and on. Definitely reminded me of the days visiting my aunt upstate. Brings you back in time when things were done right. Home is beautiful and clean. The farm is beautiful! Judith and Steve are great hosts. Very comfortable and feels like home. I can't end this without mentioning the homemade blueberry pancakes! Amazing! I had to have two! Thanks for taking care of my mom and I. We had a great stay.
5 on August 19, 2017
As a first stay at a Bed and Breakfast, my wife and I were pleasantly surprised by how well we were taken care of. It wasn't long before we felt like we were another member of the household (we think that their shih-tzu also felt the same way) and leaving was sad because it felt like finally having to leave grandma's house after a family reunion. Judi is an excellent cook and is always finding ways to improve what is already delicious breakfasts. If you are a history buff, Judi has a vast store of knowledge about the local history and will point you to some fun sites! We cannot say enough about how good this experience was for us, and we highly recommend anyone to go!
5 on May 30, 2017
Everything was top class what you can expect from a village house. The location was perfect for road trip travelers. Away from the civilization but everything quiet and picturesque. Like living in a family. Host was nice and met us with lemon pudding . The breakfast was excellent and room tidy and clean. Great for amateurs of Colonial style houses. Be ready to meet horses and a cute dog . Would highly recommend. Max and Maritza
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, Concert venue, 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, Fridge, 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 12 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 or snowshoeing in the winter..
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.