Tranquil 105-acre organically managed farm in one of the most picturesque towns in all of New England. Our green lodging includes elegant guest rooms w/ private baths or three bedroom self sufficient cottages and a farmhouse perfect for families and small groups. Decadent 3-course candlelight breakfasts using our own farm fresh eggs, produce, herbs and edible flowers served daily.
Experience farm life by collecting your own fresh eggs, visiting the animals, tasting fresh picked veggies right from our extensive gardens, explore our woodland trails or just relax in the bucolic surroundings. Walk to neighboring orchard, visit farmers' markets, cheese makers, local vineyard, some of the world's finest chocolate, fine dining, hiking, golf all nearby.
Hosting small weddings, retreats, workshops, and special events. Named "Environmental Champion" by NH Sustainable Lodging and Restaurant Program in 2009, "Best NH Farm stay" by Yankee Magazine in 2010 and NH Farm of Distinction in 2011.
Established in 1999.
Our family purchased the 105-acre parcel of land in 1998 to save it from development. The property came with two main houses, two cottages, two large barns and several outbuildings, all in great disrepair. We began with renovating the main house and opened the doors of our B&B in the fall of 1999. With the renovation of the farmhouse in 2007 we can now accommodate up to 28 overnight guests.
Although we've tended extensive gardens and a few animals from the time we purchased the farm, in 2006 we began increasing our farming operations significantly and now raise a growing herd of 100% grass-fed beef, pastured heritage pigs, pastured chickens, turkeys and eggs. We are a sustainable grass-based farm and all of our animals are grazed on pasture as much as possible to keep them happy, healthy and produce great tasting, nutritious meat for our customers. All three generations of our family are involved in the farm. Our meat is available from the farm as well as a few select locations.
Company Info: Rating: 5.00
Address: 633 Wentworth Rd, Walpole, NH, 03608
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1. Nadine W.
Located in southwest NH, this is an operating farm and bed and breakfast that will keep you coming back again and again. It's perfect for a romantic getaway or just to get a break from stress at work.
Jacqueline, the inn keeper, is personable, kind and an interesting person to talk to. My husband and I came here first three years ago and just fell in love with the place. Now, we go every year during the fall and it is a highlight of our year.
The rooms are clean and tastefully decorated. Every morning, Jackie serves up a breakfast with most ingredients straight from the farm. You have many options of things to do in that area and if you don't mind driving a bit you have a whole new world to discover. We usually use the inn as our home base and then go on day trips from there. But even if you want to stay local there is a lot to see.
My personal highlight was spending an evening by the fireplace playing scrabble with my husband.
If you're looking for a place with true tranquility and don't mind not having an indoor pool, spa or gym this is definitely your place! Check out the goats, too, you get to hang out with them if you want to. They also offer cottages if you have kids.
01/07/10 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
2. Evan B.
A beautiful inn with delicious food and outstanding service. A great way to experience rustic New England.
26/06/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
3. Mirren A.
We went up to New Hampshire to visit family friends for a long weekend in May, but our stay an the Inn was a real highlight of the trip. The working farm is an inspiring model of sustainable, community-oriented agriculture; if you have a chance to take the farm tour, I highly recommend it. We ate farm fresh eggs and baked goods for breakfast in the mornings, and I had the best night's sleep I've had in months in the cozy comfy accommodations. Jackie is very warm and full of good tips for the area.
04/07/11 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
4. Tracy C.
What a wonderful place!
We discovered the Inn at Valley Farms a few years ago for an anniversary getaway and were eager to return, which we did recently for our 28th anniversary. Everything we'd experienced earlier was present in abundance this time, too: marvelous breakfasts, an extraordinary setting, a wonderfully friendly and helpful owner who guided us toward exactly the kind of outings we'd come for.
In addition, we were delighted by two unexpected touches: on our arrival, we'd been upgraded to the lovely Garden Suite, where we'd stayed earlier. And, when the owner learned it was our anniversary and heard me admire her amazing peonies, she gave us the most beautiful bouquet of peonies I've ever seen. We've already spread the word to friends and look forward to returning as soon as we can.
01/07/13 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
5. Mindy L.
I booked the Inn at Valley Farms (the main inn plus the two cottages) for my extended family to stay in during my wedding weekend. I can't say enough about Jackie and her staff. She went above and beyond for me in so many ways. First - my brother (a self-professed TV addict) was concerned about not having a TV in his room (he stayed Thursday-Sunday night). By the end of the trip, he and his girlfriend said they are never staying at another chain hotel now knowing what an amazing B&B can offer. The peace, quiet and tranquility - plus the amazing farm-style breakfast each morning - was top notch.
Jackie opened up the Inn and allowed us to stage our wedding portraits there. We have gotten some amazing photos out in the barn, overlooking the mountains and even a few with the beautiful barn cats that roam the outdoors. Not only that, but she was the first to jump in her car to track down our elusive horse and carriage, to help my sister scrub her bridesmaids dress after a "soap incident" in the bathroom and to cart people up to the ceremony site in her van.
I just can't say enough good things about this place. If you want a beautiful, quiet, comfortable stay in the country - the Inn at Valley Farms can't be beat!
09/11/12 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
6. Nancy N.
We stayed overnight here because we were attending a wedding at Alysons Orchard. We had a wonderful experience. While dressing my husband realized he forgot his belt at home. Jackie gave him her husbands belt to use for the evening! The breakfast was delcious & the inn was so wonderfully decorated for Christmas. I would highly recommend this inn & would definitely stay again,
14/12/14 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
7. Paisley B.
This Inn is going to change your life.
Months ago, all I wanted to do is book a cozy, romantic, farm B&B on our first-time New England escape. (which the Inn certainly delivered) But now...I can't stop thinking about the powerful reality of farm-to-table living and Jackie's insistence that we finally pick up and read The Omnivore's Dilemma on the nightstand in every guest room.
The many awards and accolades this place continuously receives year after year speaks for itself. Let me tell you about our experience:
We booked the Mustard Room and since Jackie had other rooms available, she upgraded us to stay in the Rose Room. Bonus. The bed was fit for a king and after a long drive we snoozed until the wee hours enjoying pure luxury. If only we could have spent more time exploring the rooms which were decorated with rich detail. Have fun playing board games in the front room or pick up a cozy book in the library room. The bathroom feels like a spa and the sunroom is where you need to spend your time.
Better yet...get outside and explore the grounds! Learn how to build your own compost, collect eggs, pick vegetables, play with the animals and so much more. Lola just comes out and gives lots of love :)
The 3-course candlelight breakfast was delicious! On how many occasions have you enjoyed a beautiful flower with your meal as you chat with the cook about how many more blooms you should eat for a balanced meal? My first popover was steamy and tasty. Too bad I filled up on the complimentary cookies in the pantry that I couldn't eat more. But you know what? These cookies were the number one recipe in town. No, really. They won the local contest for best cookie. I think I ate like 10 cookies in one hour. You have to stock up on the town's NUMBER ONE cookie!! No shame! But the food really is incredible. All straight from the farm. All organic, all sustainable. The partnership with local farms and shops is inspiring.
Jackie gave us great tips on things to do in town and the best way to enjoy hot cocoa at Burdick's. (half and half). Probably the best tips she gave us were life-changing and inspiring for our future farm to table efforts. One day, Jackie! One day! You really need to stay here and taken an apprenticeship on sustainable farming.
I still find myself wondering how much Coco and Lola have grown (friendliest goats in the world). The Inn really did change my life.
02/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0