1830s Greek Revival farm house set on 23 acres known as Beltane Farm. The farm is a working goat dairy producing an array of goat milk cheeses. Set on a country road, the farm offers a quiet get away with gardens and outside sitting areas. Two bedrooms, one on the east side and one on the west are tastefully decorated. There is a period parlor to enjoy including a baby grand piano. Your hosts are Paul Trubey and Mark Pearsall, several cats and Fergus the farm dog.
The Green Room:
Bedroom is on second floor, shared bathroom on the first floor. The Yellow Room can also be booked for one or two more guests in a double bed.
Adgang for gæster
In addition to the bedroom on the second floor there is also a space for breakfast. The Green Room is accessible by the back staircase. Access to the breakfast nook is via the front staircase. There is a refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker in the room as well as a small table and chairs. On the first floor is the parlor for indoor sitting and the shared bathroom. Most guests here prefer the outdoor where there is plenty of sitting space near the gardens and animals.
Andre ting, der er værd at bemærke
Tour of Farm and cheese tasting is part of stay if desired. Fifteen minutes drive to Mohegan Sun or Foxwood. Hiking across the street and a five minute drive to camp Moween State Park and Red Cedar Lake. Forty minutes to Hartford; ten to Norwich and twenty five to New London. Information provided regarding local wineries and other attractions.
Paul is a farmer and raises dairy goats. He is also a licensed clinical social worker. He speaks Spanish fluently. He loves to travel. He plays the dulcimer.
Mark is a high school Latin and Ancient Greek teacher.