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Fern Hill Farm

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Royal Tunbridge Wells, United Kingdom
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We booked Fern Hill Farm by email for a one night stopover, the farm is way off the beaten track which was the attraction and we arrived in the evening during a downpour, no one was in! We went to the local town to get wifi and double check our reservation, we made our way back to the Farm and...

Thank Chimp1972
Reviewed 25 October 2016

Honestly, I'm not sure how I should start this review. I have such mixed feelings about our stay. My husband and I were looking for a romantic getaway, and after reading the reviews, we thought this would be a nice, out-of-the-way spot. We loved that the breakfasts got great reviews and that Amy and Bob made their own goat cheese...

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Fareham, United Kingdom
Reviewed 9 July 2015

I stumbled upon this place after several fruitless searches to find overnight accommodation near Harrison, Maine. I am really glad I never found anywhere sooner as this place ticked all the boxes when visiting Maine. Firstly do not expect a five star hotel, you are not paying a fraction of the cost of one of them. What we got was...

4Thank Ged M
Reviewed 5 March 2014

Our go-to place for a stay in this popular summer area. Our parents live near by and finding a place that's not dirty, not stuffy, serves a full breakfast, allows our dogs & isn't in a noisy area is pretty near impossible. Amy and Bob and their adorable children make this a friendly (but not syrupy) and easy place to...

2Thank HopeHaviland
Boston area, MA
Reviewed 5 February 2014

We've stayed here before when dropping or picking up our daughter at a nearby camp. While those days have past, we decide to visit again during a longer vacation in New Hampshire and the lake region in western Maine. The owners are friendly and you get a good feel for a small working goat farm, including what's involved in caring...

1Thank Factory_tour_man
Cumberland, Rhode Island
Reviewed 14 November 2013

This is a small working goat farm so don't expect any frills. Clean yet spartan rooms, but my 6'3" husband got no sleep in the bed with footboard that prevented him from stretching out beyond a fetal position. Kind of a quirky atmosphere not the super friendly, charismatic B&B owners we are used to, but might be just right for...

1Thank Kelley S
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 9 August 2013

This is a low key and wonderfully warm place. The hosts are easy going and do whatever they can to please their guests The eggs are organic and fresh. They make their own goat cheese and also use goat milk in most dishes The rooms are all nice with tub/showers...and tons of how water If you are looking for a...

1Thank Gregory W
Double Oak Texas
Reviewed 18 October 2012

Myself, wife, and four year old son stayed here in early October. The home is authentic to the 1870's with all the character and charm of a farm house built in post civil war America. This is not a overly fancy, dole on the armchairs kind of place - it's a laid back farm house style home which we really...

1Thank norwstan_66
New Jersey
Reviewed 22 August 2011

My wife and I have stayed at the Fern Hill Farm B & B twice now, both times to pick up our kids at camp. The B & B is a former house built for a local Civil War hero, and has 4 rooms up top. What makes this place great is a combination of things: the owners are this...

3Thank davidhnewjersey

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Address: 150 Wiley Rd, Naples, ME 04055-5010
Region: United States > Maine > Naples
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“The Mount Washington room has a Jacuzzi massage bath and a beautiful view of Mount Washington.”
Ged239f, 9 Jul 2015 | Read review
“All rooms are more or less that same...nice quilts and sheets...just perfect”
GregoryW865, 9 Aug 2013 | Read review
“My wife did hear the chickens early so keep that in mind if you are a light sleeper! Oh and as a previous review mentioned they keep goats as well so if you stay here ask to try their home made cheese - it was wonderful.”
norwstan_66, 18 Oct 2012 | Read review
“Ask about the beds--different rooms have different ones.”
davidhnewjersey, 22 Aug 2011 | Read review
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