A park like setting provides beauty and seclusion ideally suited for a romantic getaway.
In the main building, which was built around 1740, the Farm offers gracious accommodation in two comfortable suites and five tastefully appointed rooms, each with its private bath facilities.
Barley Sheaf Farm --
The erstwhile residence of Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and playwright George S. Kaufmann-- has been a noted bed & breakfast inn for nearly two decades.
Three additional theme rooms with private baths in our charming cottage evoke reminiscences of country living. Escape to a truly pastoral retreat in our two distinctive barn suites, with long-distance, tranquil views of horse farms and meadows.
Lovely decorated guest rooms, some with working fireplaces and Jacuzzi baths, gracious common rooms, swimming pool, warm hospitality, and an outstanding breakfast are Barley Sheaf hallmarks.
All guest rooms are air-conditioned. Three common rooms with fireplaces in both the main inn and the cottage offer a peaceful ambiance for relaxation, leisurely reading or socializing. There are eight rooms, four suites, one Jacuzzi, some fireplaces.
Full country breakfast, afternoon treat, dining close by. French & German spoken. Antiques, flea markets, galleries, theaters, shopping, historic tours, horse riding, tubing, ballooning are some of the activities available.
Rediscover the luxury of having acres
upon acres of storybook countryside virtually to yourself.
Stroll along quiet country roads winding their way through undulating hills, woods, and green pastures. And succumb to hospitality at its finest: whether you're in an outgoing mood or prefer absolute privacy and seclusion, your Swiss-American hosts at Barley Sheaf Farm will spare no effort to make your stay memorable in every respect.
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Barley Sheaf Farm
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