The furniture is authentic antique, the draperies are silk, the carpets, luxurious wool and the beds are to die for - organic real foam rubber from trees mattresses with divine organic cotton sheets and organic wool or down duvets. The pillows in the Master Suite are shredded foam rubber from trees as well and the Sunshine room has a variety of organic foam rubber pillows as well. There are organic linens and towels and organic cotton robes. Slippers are an option for those who prefer them.
There is a water dispenser on both floors with hot water, hot enough for tea, and cold water from our farm well that has been filtered through an activated charcoal filter, but retains the majority of the minerals. Both floors have microwaves for client convenience and mini fridges are in each room. Though the inn does not have television, there are two dvd players available for those who prefer to watch a movie while relaxing. Internet is usually available though in storms can be intermittent, in which case, our guests have tethered their cellular networks to their computers and never missed a beat.
The inn is located on a working farm, with dogs that work at night, however; the house is well insulated and built into a slope making outside noise inaudible for the most part. Roosters crow, not just in the morning and a gaggle of geese may waddle by the deck tending to their young. The farm is a budding permaculture farm and also a rare breeds farm. Our Jersey cow is just about to give birth and although we cannot share her milk, we can enjoy it ourselves. The chickens and ducks lay copious quantities of fresh eggs daily, but due to regulations they cannot be served at the inn. Patrons, can, however; purchase the eggs at the farm gate. We also offer farm raised duck, goose, chicken, lamb and pork for the farmhouse suppers and local bison on occasion.
We are excited about the new name, Moose Hills Inn, and hope to serve our guests with the same quality service as always, just with a slightly different approach.