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Frog Hollow Farm B&B farmhouse

 

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Frog Hollow Farm Bed And Breakfast:
A "ribit" of heaven on Earth


The original one-room stone farmhouse was built in the 1780’s, along with a smokehouse and a Pennsylvania bank barn. According to the area’s first tax map, the 250-acre working farm was recorded in 1798.

Mitch and Patti Adler purchased the property in 2001. After years of renovation—exposing and repainting 200-year-old stone walls, adding private bathrooms to adjoining bedrooms and installing central air conditioning—the Adlers were ready for innkeeping.

Though most of the sprawling acreage is gone, the farm is no less inviting. The best 5 acres of meadows, woodlands, gardens and orchards were preserved and now sit along a treasure of a road. 

The barn and smokehouse remain, as do old stone-walled gardens built from the foundations of long-forgotten farm buildings. Relic cisterns border the farm and an antique cast-iron pump still carries water to the surface of a 30-foot artesian well. Somewhere in time a tractor shed/corn crib was added, as was a Quaker-style garage. Two sheep—Ben and Ippie, grateful marketplace fugitives, Billie the goat, several stray cats and an array of native wildlife—find reprieve, food and comfort on the premises.

Mitch, Patti and all the critters invite you to join them in their own “ribit” of heaven.


 

 



 




Frog Hollow Farm sign




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