Cozy Pet-Friendly Bed and Breakfast Farm Stay in Salem, New YorkSalem, New York (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
Based in Salem, New York, there are five rooms available on this pet-friendly farm, each with its own unique character and feel. None of the rooms have private bathrooms, but there is a sink in each room. Guests share two bathrooms, one on the first floor and one on the second.
The Rosenquist Room has playful pink walls and a king sized bed. It is bright and sunny in the northeastern corner of the house.
The VanBuren Room, in the southeastern corner of the house, is painted blue. It also has a comfortable king sized bed.
Aunt Betty's Room is the only bedroom on the first floor, offering guests a little extra privacy. Right beside the dining room, this room sleeps two in its king sized bed.
Emile's Room has a full size bed and a sunny southern exposure with a single window for a country breeze.
Finally, The Study, located on the northern side of the house, has two twin beds. This cozy room is filled with books and is sure to delight all who stay there. Read More
- Cell service
- Double bed
- DVD player
- Electric blankets
- Extra bed(s)
- Internet connection
- King-size bed
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Running water
- Towels provided
- Twin/Single Bed
- Wood-burning stove
There are two full bathrooms shared by the hosts and all the guests on the property, one on the first floor and one on the second. Guests will also have access to all common areas such as the living room, dining room, play room, kitchen, and back porch. There is space in the refrigerator/freezer to store perishables and drinks. There are no televisions because there isn't good reception however there is a DVD player in the playroom for watching movies. There is also internet access on site. Guests are also welcome to walk the grounds or hike the off-road corn and alfalfa fields.
- 24-hour management
- Breakfast included
- Dining room
- Medical service
- Shared bathroom
- TV room
Guests are allowed to bring well-behaved pets and children of any age. Smoking is not allowed inside the house, but guests can smoke in outdoor areas.
Location + Surroundings
This gorgeous, historic farm homestead was established in 1790, in what is now the Town of Hebron. Nestled in the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains, Hebron is filled with beautiful hills and valleys. There are plenty of rivers and lakes or mountains and trails for guests to explore when they stay on this lovely property. Not only is this two story farmhouse an incredible area to observe the natural beauty of New York, it is also in the perfect spot for guests to enjoy real small town charm. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 7 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a full refund.
- If the guest cancels within 7 days of check in: The guest will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay.
This delightful bed and breakfast offers not only a comfy bed, but also a delicious and nutritious breakfast. Enjoy fresh coffee and a wide spread of local food options each morning.
- Bird watching
- Feeding animals
- Horseback riding
- Hot air balloon
- Movie theater
- Music festivals
- Winter sports
Located right along the border between New York and Vermont, this area is sure to have some stunning views of natural wonders. Guests will love the gorgeous hills and valleys and the peaceful streams and lakes. The small of Hebron also has a variety of activities for everyone from history buffs to those who just like to relax with a nice glass of wine.
Glampers looking to take advantage of the nearby forests, babbling rivers and freshwater lakes can go canoeing or fishing on the Batten Kill River, spend their days hiking the glorious Merck Forest, located just ten minutes over the border and into Vermont or explore the southern Champlain Valley. At this location guests will be about a half hour drive from plenty of national forests surrounding the southern Lake Champlain region. Bicycling enthusiasts will enjoy the Route 22 corridor, and if guests stay here in May, they might even catch the Winston-Salem Cycling Classic.
There are plenty of art galleries and museums to check out such as the North Main Gallery in Salem. Other popular galleries include McCartee's Barn and Salem Art Works. Head to Salem Art Works in the spring and enjoy 119.4 acres of numerous sculptures created by regional, national, and international artists throughout Cary Hill Sculpture Park. Glampers can go antiquing in town and read up on the local history of this area. There's plenty of places to stop for a bite to eat from incredible local delis to bistro restaurants. Guests will also find theater, live music, and tons of shopping. Or simply relax and stroll through the grounds of the farmhouse, that's perfectly okay too!