We stayed 2 nights. Everything was very clean. Our rooms were very nice in terms of size, furnishings, and bedding. The common area is a full kitchen and small living room. There were 4 bedrooms. Plenty of small items that made it special such as fresh flowers, toiletries. The breakfast was self-serve. There were homemade muffins and croissants plus cereal, fresh fruit, yogurt plus eggs if you wanted to cook. Plenty of juice and bottled water. Kelly, the host, was very nice and accommodating, but she covers numerous properties and is not there full time. There are no TVs in the bedrooms. All rooms are on the second floor and not handicapped accessible.
My wife and I have been staying at this Inn for over 8 years. It has always been nice but now it is over the top. Gorgeous decorated rooms in a Currier and Ives setting. We enjoy the rocking chairs on the porch, walking the beautiful property, lots of quaint shops in the nearby villages, restaurants 5-10 min. away and muffins to die for. We found the new Innkeeper Kelly to be super accommodating. Highly recommend it.
My stay at The Inn at White Hollow Farms, was quiet and relaxing. The room was quaint and extremely well kept, the bathroom was very spacious and very clean as well. All bed and bath linens smelled fresh and clean. Mary, the Inn keeper whom I spoke to only over the phone was very gracious as well as polite. I very much enjoyed my stay at The Inn at White Hollow Farms and will definitely stay again when ivisit the area.
When I walked up the house, I could have sworn I was stepping into Anne of Green Gables! Lovely property. Clean and comfortable. Scenery is breathtaking. Innkeeper even went out of her way to have some gluten free food options in the kitchen for me. Much appreciated!
The Inn at White Hollow Farm that I stayed at was in Lakeville or Lime Rock, CT not Lyme, CT, & I stayed there for a family reunion in Millerton, NY. I was traveling alone & stayed there for 2 nights. I knew that no one lived at the inn & got instructions about the key & separate kitchen. I picked up my key during the day in the designated area, but when I came back at night (in the dark), there was not one light on outside or inside downstairs, & it was pitch black. I had to use my cell phone light to get the key in the lock, & the whole experience was pretty spooky. The room & bath were lovely & clean, though freezing cold. There was no thermostat in the room, but the second night I found the thermostat in the kitchen & turned off the AC. The kitchen was clean, but the array of dead bugs were never wiped off the kitchen counter. There were bananas, juice, coffee, & breads for breakfast. Maid service was provided, but I declined it. For both nights I was the only person there, & it was a little disconcerting. It probably would have been just as disconcerting if other guests had been there without an innkeeper in residence. It's a lovely setting pretty much in the middle of no where, but probably not for the single woman traveling alone.…