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I would not go back and would not recommend staying here. We stayed at the O.F. Farm about a year or so ago with 2 other families for a weekend. At the time of booking, I informed the wife the ages of all of our...More
My 4 1/2 year old son and I just got back from a two night stay at Olde Fogie Farm. I had to drag him away! The Olde Fogie Farm provides the kind of childhood experience that is rapidly becoming a thing of the past....More
We visited last weekend with our 2.5 year old daughter and 8 week old son. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit. Biz, Tom and their daughter are very warm and relaxed hosts and the house, farm and garden are gorgeous and full of charming details. The...More
Our stay with Biz and Farmer Tom at Old Fogie Farm was beyond our expectation.
The rooms were clean and homely. The Breakfast was delicious and the conversation
with the hosts at the breakfast table made us feel right at home.
Interacting with the various...More
My son (aged 8) and I stopped at Olde Fogey Farm for one night, on our way across Pennsylvania. I have never stayed in a more family-friendly bed and breakfast. Staying there was like visiting close relatives, as everyone from the owner, Biz, to other...More
Yes, very small, like an old computer monitor. They do have cable and WIFI. The area is so pretty that you really don't spend a lot of time in your room/rooms. If you are going with children, they will want to spend a... More
Yes, very small, like an old computer monitor. They do have cable and WIFI. The area is so pretty that you really don't spend a lot of time in your room/rooms. If you are going with children, they will want to spend a GREAT DEAL of time feeding the koi fish. There are 4-5 gardens and each have tables and chairs. There is a playhouse, and also a slide. There is also a wonderful park next to the fire station right down the road. Visit the Shoe House and Turkey Hill.