There were no reviews for the Pipe Creek Farm on Trip Advisor, so we were a little worried. The location was chosen for its proximate to Niagara Falls and Rochester. The location is remote. The area is difficult to navigate as none of the streets are on a grid, and seem to dead end at a farm. The closest town, East Aurora, is approximately 15-20 minutes away.
The property is a horse farm. There is a lovely pool in front of the house, though it is not heated, and unfortunately it was too cold to swim. There are two cats in the home, and several(never could figure out how many) dogs. We actually had an accident one night. In coming in late, one of the dogs had left a present in the entryway. The owners were not home and we ended up on our knees cleaning up the mess.
This bed and breakfast is similar to that one would find in England, or Ireland. You are staying in someone's home, and using the bedrooms-though the owners actually sleep in a trailer on the property. The home has years worth of knick knacks, and may not be to everyone's cup of tea.
We were disappointed as a TV was not available in the main sitting area, and we felt uncomfortable sitting in the sitting area provided for guests, as the owner was cooking and eating dinner. Don't get me wrong, the owner, Kathy, is quite accomodating, but we are not use to feeling as though we had no where to go, but our room.
Breakfast consists of hard boiled eggs, fruit with yogurt, yummy scones made by a neighbor's child, cereal, and a multitude of beverages.
The owner, Kathy, is the reason people return to the farm. She is an outgoing new age older woman, who always has a smile on her face.
As long as you understand you are staying in someone's home, similar to a European Bed and Breakfast, and you don't mind pets, you will not be disappointed.