Olde Fogie Farm B & B Inn
$110.00 a couple per night. $15.00 per child, children under 1 year old are free. More than three children, ask about special prices.
A deposit is required to hold your reservation.
We appreicate two-night stays on the weekend, however a one night only booking will include an additional $15.00 surcharge (April through November.) There is a 3-night minimum booking requirement on holiday weekends. Also, a 10% additional fee will be added to large groups requiring breakfast (fee waivered if no breakfast is required.)
September through March, senior citizens are eligible for a 10% discount on the price of their accommodations (no minimium stay.)
In order to keep our prices low, payment by cash or check is preferred. We do accept Visa and Mastercard when necessary.
Arrival and Departure Times
Check-in is after 3:00 PM. Checkout and departure by 11:30 AM. Departure from the premises - including the grounds - after 11:30 AM will result in an additional night's charge.
Please call 1-877-653-3644 to reserve a room. You can check the availability of our rooms online.
Cancellation and Refund Policy
The deposit is non-refundable. In the case of unavoidable cancellation, please call before expected arrival date and we will be happy to reschedule your visit within one year. In cases of leaving before departure date our policy is to not refund the price of accommodations.
Directions to the Olde Fogie Farm
We have prepared a list of directions to the farm. Print it out to help you get here from wherever you are.
Information and Reminders
The Olde Fogie Farm is a smoke free environment: no smoking in rooms.
Keep in mind that kids can get dirty playing out of doors. Please bring extra pairs of old shoes for barnyard activities - rubber boots are ideal. The daily farm routine continues rain or shine.
Be prepared for rainy conditions. When packing, bring suitable clothes for unexpected changes in weather. While you're at it, tuck in some books and games just in case.
If you usually need hay fever/allergy medication, be sure to bring it. A farm can tickle your fancy and your nose.
If you've never slept in a farm setting, please know that barnyard critters moo and crow quite randomly and at all hours.
Don't forget your camera!
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