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Reviewed 8 July 2012

Our family of 5 had the priviledge of visiting the farm for a night. When we arrived, there was a note on the door stating the owner was busy but to make ourselves at home and settle in. We unloaded our bags to our room and headed out to the yard where we were greeted by kittens. Our 3 kids loved the kittens, including our teen boys! There is a swingset in the yard as well as a trampoline. There are rockers on the porch. About an hour after our arrival, Farmer Jim rode up on his scooter to greet us. Instantly, we felt like he was our grandpa. He is very welcoming and makes you feel at ease. The kids played outside with the kittens and other guests until late in the eve. Our family of 5 was very comfortable in our room with 2 double beds and a pull out bed. We had our own bathroom with a shower and there was a microwave in the room too. There was a window unit for air conditioning(a must in 100+degree heat) which also prohibited us from hearing any other guests during the night. Farmer Jims granddaugther, Jenna, was actually the one onsite for the night if we needed anything(which we did not). In the am, we had a huge breakfast with the other 3families staying at the farm. The food was great and there was a wide variety! We then were greeted by Farmer Jim who let everyone feed the goats. After that we went on a hayride. Farmer Jim stopped several times along the way to explain various things to us ie telling us about the acres of corn or the house from the 1700's. When we got to his brothers neighboring cow farm, he taught us all about the process of milking cows, etc. We were fortunate enough that there was a cow birthing at the time we rode through and we got to watch a baby calf being born. Amazing! When we returned from the hayride, Farmer Jim let everyone gather the eggs from the chicken coop. We felt like we were saying goodbye to Grandpa when we left. This was such a special family experience, esp. coming from visiting NYC!

  • Stayed: July 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 5 June 2012

This was our family's first bed and breakfast working farm stay and it was such a memorable one. Even though our stay was awhile ago, our memories are still vivid and pleasant as ever.
Jim and Mim are very hospitable. When I say "hospitable" I'm speaking of people who are genuine, warm-hearted and caring and treat their guests like family. My family can tell who is "sincere" and who is putting up a show. Jim and Mim are real. This couple is sweet as can be and keep their home so cozy, clean and inviting. Jim is very patient and kind to all of the children guests and takes his time to explain how to tend to the animals. He gives a nice narrated hayride to the kids and assigns fun farm chores to those who are willing. He speaks and teaches the children with such excitement and passion, you would think he was spending time with his own grandchildren after a long hiatus. Mim's breakfast was home-cooked and elaborate - even to the home made strawberry jam, which we will never forget. She cooked the very eggs our children help gathered the day before which was a nice and meaningful touch. Every dish was delicious and dainty, and bold with flavor. You would think she had 3 sous-chefs to assist her. She prepared this whole spread in a snap of a finger for a full house without a drop of sweat shed. Instead, she was all smiles. The kitchen was immaculate and charming.
We loved every minute of our stay here. We've tried to book them several times, but they are always full. We will try again for sure; it's definitely worth the effort and patience!

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 22 April 2012

I am pretty much in agreement with the other reviewers. For our 2 girls (7 and 12) this was a great place to stay and have some exposure to the world of farming, particularly dairy farming. Great breakfast, very kind hosts, very clean, well maintained and organized property. I will certainly recommend it to others thinking of staying in the area. As an added bonus, they are 'green' in that they have a large solar installation.

Room Tip: Rooms are not huge, but not surprising for an older farmhouse.
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled with family
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Reviewed 20 November 2011

Jim and Mim were great! Our three year old loved the experience and so did my wife and I. We will visit again.

  • Stayed: November 2011
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Reviewed 26 October 2011

Wife and I, along with two grandsons (aged 8 and11) spent two overnights at this farm/B&B located near Mount Joy, PA. The house was very well kept as well as the surrounding property. Two other families with children were also there. Breakfast, served family style, included: egg casserole, breads, juices, coffee, milk sausage and cobbler was very good. All the children enjoyed their morning chores - feeding the goats and sheep, and collecting the eggs in the hen house. There were kittens and cats ever present which were spoiled rotten by the kids. The hayride to the adjoining farm was very interesting. The inn keepers, and their staff, were very attentive and pleasant. The grandsons want to go back next year. Great place for families and couples.

Room Tip: Not all rooms has direct access to bathroom
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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