comfort & Tradition
Built in 1797, our gracious colonial home is the centerpiece of the
Freeman Elms Farm. It has been in the same family for over
two hundred years—nine generations.
The Inn is surrounded by an orchard, fields, woodlands, manicured
lawns and magnificent barns. There is a pond that is home to Canada
geese and mallard ducks in the summer and that serves as a
watering hole for the farm's herd of Hereford cattle.
In the morning, awaken to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee
and a delicious continental breakfast in the Inn's stately Mission-furnished
dining room or on our large, all-season porch filled with plants and
Old Hickory porch furnishings.