Bed and Breakfast at Our Farm Under the Mimosa Tree

Located in historic and beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Our Farm Under the Mimosa Tree welcomes you.

Embraced by two ponds and mimosa trees, our two hundred year old farmhouse is situated on twenty breath-taking acres.

The farm and pastures support our eclectic flock of loved animals, which roam freely.

In front of our farmhouse the "living jewel" koi pond with its Japanese garden and ancient East Asian temple sculpture lends itself to meditation and peaceful repose.

 

 

Exploring our twenty acres one will discover a large pond encircled by weeping willow trees, where there are ample places to picnic and reflect.
An early morning mist hovers over the large pond; peacocks broadcast cries as they descend from trees. As the day continues, fanning peacocks cast their reflection onto shimmering glass.
At nightfall, sunset splashes incredible oranges and pinks onto the edge of the earth. The peacocks wail as they ascend to trees, inviting you to stay for a day or stay for a week.

We offer country living with an amazing breakfast, an idealistic retreat, peace, and an awakening within.

You can select from two accommodations, each of which offers a private entrance, full private bathroom, air conditioning, television, radio and VCR.

The largest accommodation is the Red Barn Apartment, which has retained its original stonewalls and hand hewn beams. On the first floor, there are two beds, one queen and one double. The first floor is loft style and has been fitted with antique iron hardware, random width pumpkin pine floor boards, a few pristine antiquated farm tools, a gas log fireplace, a stereo system and a fully equipped kitchen with a dining area.

Situated in the silo, adjoining the Red Barn Apartment, is the luxurious black marble bathroom with authentic period fixtures such as a restored vintage high top wooden water closet, an early 1850 earthenware and porcelain hand carved sink and a roll top ball and claw foot tub with a shower.
On the second floor of the silo is a TV/reading room with a double bed and a view of neighboring fields.
French doors open onto a private landscaped patio with a singular view of our blue barn and animals.

The side door opens onto outstretched pastures.

 

 

The other available accommodation is the early 19th Century Summer Kitchen, which is now attached to our farmhouse, its main feature being a grand old ‘inoperative fireplace’.

It possesses a private entrance, a kitchenette, a full private bathroom, a double bed, air conditioning, a radio, a TV and VCR. Seasonally, there is a view of our large pond, pastures and grazing animals.

 

Thirty-five feet high, at the top of the silo, is an observation room with a resting area and double bed.

 

Encircling windows offer panoramic aerial views of the countryside. It has a private entrance and bathroom.

Our hardy country breakfast features warm homemade bread and jam, farm fresh free-range eggs (cooked many styles including omelets and frittatas), coffee, tea, juice, and perhaps some other of our farm’s seasonal produce when available. French toast, waffles or crepes may also be available with prior arrangement. Breakfast is served between 9am and 11am. A continental breakfast can be taken between 7:30am and 9am.
Your food is served in the Old Mud Room now glassed in and embellished with an African slate floor. Here you can eat and watch our animals grazing peacefully in the fields and swimming in the back pond.

 

Luncheon picnic baskets may be purchased with prior arrangement.
We hope you will visit us soon, so we can share our unique farm and location with you.