What You'll See When You Visit
Fall foliage abounds at Fallen Tree. September and October are the perfect time to visit for a foliage tour.The woods are an abundant source of firewood, nature walks and home to many creatures. We are in the process of clearing bridle paths for horseback riding and jogging.
The gardens at Fallen Tree are a constant changing feature. Both Kim and Brent are landscape enthusiasts and enjoy experimenting with different garden themes and water features. We have many different beds planned for the future but some of the beds inherited from the farm's previous owner are quite lovely as well.
Fallen Tree is home to 5 horses and ponies. Here, they enjoy a good gallop in the snow. The horses range in age from Scout, our youngest, who is eleven, to Sundae, our tiny, yet portly 28 year old pony who is still the fastest equine on the farm! Many of our herd are lessons horses from Kim's days as a riding instructor. All of them consider themselves semi-retired.
Ice clings to branches and provides a spectacular display as the sun comes out.
Breakfast is served in the formal dining room each morning. The formal dining room is also available for hosting events such as baby or bridal showers, corporate dinners, Christmas parties and family reunions. Fallen Tree will be glad to recommend a qualified caterer to suit your dining needs.
The Pea Gravel Patio is the perfect place for eating breakfast in late spring and summer. Surrounded by mature trees it gets plenty of shade. It is located near the fish pond. The patio is available for rent for birthday parties, showers and family reunions. Inquire about rates and availabililty.It can also be rented in conjunction with the indoor rooms.
The pony paddock features our most snuggly ponies, Fudge and Sundae. Former lesson ponies, they now spend their days grazing and keeping an eye out for visitors who might have apples and carrots. Fudge and Sundae provide pony rides for the Birthday events hosted at Fallen Tree. They like everybody but are especially fond of youngsters.
The stables at Fallen Tree, home to our 5 horses and ponies. Check with the innkeepers if you are interested in meeting our herd. We'll provide you with apples or carrots and make proper introductions.
A view of the back of the property. One of several 4 acre paddocks. A good view of the historic hand stacked stone wall at the base of the hill
The dinner bell summons both two and four legged creatures for supper.
Fallen Tree's resident gentle giant, Sullivan is a Newfoundland we adopted as a rescue. He is great with all four and two legged creatures. Sully is only allowed to visit at guests' request and does not spend any time on the guests side of the property. He keeps himself busy playing with Sebastien, our Westie! If you are handing out ear scratching sessions both will join you on the pea gravel patio for some "puppy time" at your request.
Fallen Tree in summertime. The double front balconys are the perfect place to have coffee in the mornings, tea in the aftenoon and count lightning bugs in the evening
Fallen Tree is blessed with lovely old brick walkways and antique iron fencing. Here a giant clematis reaches the second story lookout point under the "witches cap"
While not still in use, the original outhouse still stands on the property.
Fallen Tree Farm is a labor of love for Innkeepers Kim and Brent Hanlin. They considered the idea of purchasing a home to convert into a bed and breakfast for many years before it became a reality.The home dates back to 1797 but it features many modern amenities, such as hi speed wireless internet, a commercial grade kitchen and gas fireplaces. There are many things to do here on the farm during your stay with us. Toast marshmallows in the fireplace, wander through the gardens or laze the day away on one of the porches with a good book.