Frush Farm Bed and Breakfast - What an AWESOME Place!!!  Opened November 16, 2015

Our farm is situated on 6.5 acres; pastureland, vegetable and flower gardens abound.  The sandstone farmhouse was built 210 years ago.  It was once owned by the Reinhold family; ancestors of those who established the town of Reinholds.  The farmhouse sandstone walls are 2 feet thick with deep window sills.  Most of the rooms have exposed sandstone walls and original milk paint trim on the windows and doorways.  Rooms for rent include:  the Studio Apartment in the carriage house; the first floor Farmview Suite in the carriage house; and the Rose Room, Green Room, and Garden Suite in the farmhouse. All spaces are adorned with a variety of artwork, many produced by family members.
The Carriage House Studio Apartment

This 1,100 sq. ft. contemporary open space boasts hardwood floors, wood ceilings and beams.  A true mountain lodge feeling!  Located above the garage and Farmview Suite in the carriage house; it was built using sandstone from the original bank barn.  One interior wall and the bar is covered in flagstone, as is the bathroom floor. 

The apartment has a minimum rental stay of 2 nights and is ideal for those visiting the area for a period of time.  It sleeps up to 6 people, perfect for families!  Included: a queen sized oak bedroom suit, handmade pine bunk beds (by Richard), living room area, granite top kitchen space with refrigerator and microwave, and full bathroom with walk in shower and cedar closet.  Other features:  central air conditioning, a gas fireplace, 60 inch TV (with Amazon Prime, Netflix & Hulu), WiFi, and a small washing machine.  And it provides maximum privacy!

The Carriage House Farmview Suite

This suite is on the first floor and is handicap friendly!  It overlooks the farm and gardens.  Very roomy, the bedroom boasts a size of 22 ft X 15 ft.  It features two queen sized beds, 48 inch TV, small fridge, table & two chairs, beautiful cabinets, lots of closet space and coffee maker.  The private bathroom has a seat in the shower and a handrail by the comfort sized toilet.  It also has a private entrance.

The Studio Apartment Building

Farmhouse Rooms

Available in the farmhouse for use by all our guests are the living room, sun room, music room, and dining room.

The Living Room

The Sun Room

The Music Room

Breakfasts are served in the farmhouse kitchen and dining rooms.  The kitchen has a heated tiled floor, oak cabinets, and Spanish tiled backsplash.  Nice view of the gardens.  The formal dining room includes:  antique oak extension table and chairs, leather top card table and chairs, and pictures from our travels.

The Kitchen

The Dining Room


The Farmhouse Rose Room

Features a set of antique twin beds with down-filled coverlets, original rose milk paint on the carved trim/door and sandstone exterior walls.  The ceiling and walls are plaster.  The floor is original pine.  Simple but elegant!  Private bath.

The Farmhouse Green Room

An antique oak high-back double bed, queen sized length, adorns this room with pale green milk paint carved trim/door and sandstone exterior walls.  The pine floor is original and the walls and ceiling are plaster.  Private bath.

The Farmhouse Garden Suite

Overlooks the vegetable & flower gardens.  The suite features a 3-piece antique oak bedroom set with high-back double bed (queen-sized length), TV, small frig, and coffee maker. The handmade cotton bedspread was crocheted by Nancy's grandmother over 70 years ago!  The oak hardwood floors and windows on all four sides gives this room a bright, airy, fresh feeling!!  Private bath and balcony for viewing beautiful sunsets!!

Garden Suite Private Balcony

Garden Suite Private Bath

Green Room & Rose Room Bathrooms  

One with gray milk paint carved trim/door and sandstone walls.  Both bathrooms have tiled floors and showers.  Amenities include honey shampoo and bath soaps for convenience.
Second Floor Bathroom

First Floor Bathroom

The Farmhouse

Aerial view of Carriage House Apt Building and Farmhouse

The Smokehouse Garden Shed

Walkway to the Campfire Pit

The Farmhouse at Night

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