Guests are invited to meet our family of horses, dogs, and dairy cows and to explore our working farm with historic barns and out-buildings, new farm infrastructure, trails, paths, gardens, scenic sitting areas, improvement projects, and other amenities for guest enjoyment and sight-seeing always underway.
In 2017 we began the long, complicated relocation from SE Ohio. Our move is restoring horses, dairy cows, laying hens, tractors and other farm equipment to what had long been a fallow farm. In 2018 we'll be building new infrastructure and making improvements to our neglected historic structures. We'll also begin to relocate our construction equipment and countless unique and salvaged building materials for use in our sustainable, farm-based business ventures.
We currently have our laying flock (about 50 hens and some roosters), four dogs, five horses and a pony, two family cows and their calves, and a jersey bull. Our farm journal is on Facebook and features photos and tales of our adventure as we restore the property for organic farming with equestrian and recreation amenities.
The house was one of three homes in the area built by the Graham brothers; it's renovation for use as an inn was begun by Joe and Nancy Hoell. We continue their work with additional period details, refined decor and original and antique artwork with the historic victorian farmhouse and the natural beauty of the Adirondack landscape as our inspiration. We are beyond excited to continue the legacy and preservation of this magnificent lakeside property!
Please follow our progress and help us promote our unique B&B and other sustainable farm-based businesses by liking and sharing Our Facebook Page with your friends. Each month we post a new chapter to the "farm journal" with loads of photos to detail the adventure.