Family traditions past and present are found throughout Fiddle Lake Farm, from antiques to family recipes. In addition to a charming historic B&B, they have lakefront property and a spectacular event venue in Thompson.
The 1820s farmhouse is decorated with period antiques and has three guest rooms each with an en suite private bath. Two rooms have antique full size beds, and the “bridal suite” is a king. The house has original floors, paint colors, and fixtures. Rooms include a full organic farmhouse breakfast served in the formal dining room.
The B&B is separate from the innkeepers’ quarters and has its own entrance. It’s as if guests have their own 1800s house with service as needed!
If vintage is your style, Fiddle Lake Farm has your venue! Imagine a reception in a barn with old canoes hanging in the rafters; antique tables, chairs, and other vintage décor; an old-fashioned root beer float stand; grandma’s kitchen; a saloon bar; a lounge area; and up-cycled 200-year-old barnwood dance floor.
Just bring your family, friends, and your style. The barn can hold 150+ guests. Tents can be added for additional seating. Select from the lakeside, a scenic hayfield, or an 1800s church for the ceremony site.
Behind the farmhouse is a lit sledding hill and campfire pit stocked with wood ready to light for a fun-filled night. The property’s 130 acres allows ample room to cross country ski or snow shoe. Fiddle Lake Farm is less than a mile from the D&H Rail-Trail where snowmobiling is permitted, or you can take a bike on a self-guided trail tour. In the warmer months, guests can walk over to the lake for swimming, fishing, and boating or just sit on the farmhouse dock and take in the view. The State Game Lands are nearby; not to mention, they’re only five miles from Elk Mountain Ski Resort.