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I brought my 5 y/o granddaughter to this wonderful working farm. She loved it. She got to feed the pigs, horse, cows, a calf a bottle of milk, and the chickens as well as gathering eggs which she brought into the kitchen for our breakfast....More
Gorgeous gardens, comfy room, welcoming hosts- this place is what a B&B is supposed to be. Add to that a giant black Lab named Sam, a fishpond with the friendliest fish ever, and farm "chores" that every kid will delight in and you get Olde...More
This is not a hotel! As a child, I was exposed to the farm life by visiting my grandparents. It was priceless to be able to do that for my children by visiting the Olde Fogie Farm. It was like going back in time to...More
This was our 6th visit to Olde Fogie Farm, and each time we find magic in the air.
Besides feeding the chickens, gathering eggs, feeding the pigs and cows, we were able to feed two small orphan goats! How sweet they were.
I suggest staying...More
My fiance and I stayed with the Fogies at their last weekend and had a wonderful time. We woke up early in the morning to help with the chores (aka "feed the animals") and Biz and her husband made us a delicious breakfast - true...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.