Greenwood Hill Farm invites you to enjoy a nights stay on 125 beautiful acres of fields and woodland. In addition to a comfortable nights rest and a complimentary breakfast, you can enjoy walking the woodland trails, participating in farm activities (feeding animals & collecting eggs), star gazing on clear nights, observing our Finnsheep, pigs, goat and horse, or simply kicking back and relaxing. We are located 15 minutes from Alfred and 45 minutes from Letchworth and Stony Brook Parks.
The "Single Twin Room" is one of three rooms listed.
While farm visits are popular with families with children, this is also an ideal location for adults to rest, restore, and relax. You can sleep in, meditate, read, meander, or exercise at your whim. Whether alone, with family, or with a few close friends, the peace and quiet are positively therapeutic.
We have two guest-rooms that contain a queen-sized bed, and a third guest-room that contains a single bed.
There is a (shared) bath across the hall from the guest-rooms.
All guest-accommodations are on the main floor and are wheel-chair accessible.
• We can add an infant bed (Pack n Play) to any of our rooms.
• Children under two are free with paying adult.
A generous, self-serve, breakfast is included with the price of your room. This consists of coffee, juice, milk, fruit, toast, bagels or muffins, cereal, etc.
Additional family-style meals are available upon request at very modest prices. Your family can select an old-fashioned farmhouse brunch (with eggs you collect yourself) or one of our delicious home-cooked farm dinners, featuring local products (including things that you can harvest yourself). Most items are made “from scratch” in our farm kitchen.
We are best known for providing a comfortable, relaxed, environment and outstanding farm food.
Guests are invited to share the house as members of the family. "Make yourself at home" is our number 1 rule. We love visiting with guests but we also are busy outdoors much of the day and tucked away in our office in the evening. If you need or want anything we are here to help, otherwise, you are free to enjoy the farm and home at your own leisure.
The family room is available for television and conversation and the kitchen dining table is available from playing cards and board games.
We can find some space in the refrigerator if you have snacks that need to stay cool. The kitchen is not available for guest cooking use, however, if you do not want to go out to one of our local restaurants, we do offer a dinner and hot farm breakfast option at a minimal additional price.
There is a washer and dryer that you may use (once we show you how).
You may help with "chores" (e.g., feeding animals and collecting eggs) if you wish. It is not required, but many find it fun. You also have access to the many hiking trails on the property.
House-wide wireless internet is available.
Interaction with guests
This is our home, so we are generally accessible/available.
The house and grounds (125 acres of gardens, pastures, fields and forests) are big enough that you can have your own space, if that is what you want. If you wish to participate in farm activities – that is also just fine.
Other things to note
Greenwood Hill Farm is a non-profit organization holding 501(c)(3) status. This is a privately owned, family run, public park.
We do this because we believe that people ought to have access to this type of place and "real" farmers, generally do not have the time to have you visit. They also have safety and liability issues. Because our function is Agritourism and not Agriculture -- we have the time to focus on your experience (and on teaching you how to enjoy a farm environment safely).
We want everyone to have the opportunity to visit "Grandma and Grandpa's Farm", even if they do not have a grandparent who owns a farm.
All proceeds from the Farmstay B&B go toward providing free agricultural education and entertainment opportunities to the public.
Please enjoy your stay at Greenwood Hill Farm. Smoking is allowed outside in designated areas. Absolutely no smoking in the beautiful old barns, homes or other buildings. Alcohol is not permitted. Please ask for assistance if you want to interact with farm animals. Other than that, we expect that guests will be respectful of each other, peoples belongings and enjoy the peacefulness and beauty that is here. Thank you!
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Hi, I'm Angie Moore. My husband and I recently purchased Greenwood Hill Farm. This is a dream come true for us. We love the outdoors, backbacking, canoeing, gardening, raising animals, creating, Kefir ice cream, and pursuing our dreams. We are especially excited to share our farm with others.