Much like another reviewer, we had a bad stay at Caledonia Farm. The main reason was the rudeness of the owner, Phil. We did not feel comfortable interacting with him upon arrival or at breakfast. Other low points were the bathroom which was more reminiscent of a cheap 70's era motel than a rustic farmhouse (laminate floor, plastic light fixtures, Dixie Cup dispenser, rusty bathtub). Speaking of rust, the water has a pungent rust smell that you will take home with you. There are pluses - well preserved, historic slave quarters serve as rooms; beautiful views all around grounds. We would go back ONLY if ownership/management changed.
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- A 200 year old National Historic Register Federal-style home on a working cattle farm. ... more less
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