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Reflecting back on a few of the pictorial highlights from our 17th season! From the bottom of our hearts we THANK YOU for your continued support of our family farm and hope 2017 brings you and your loved ones a bounty of happiness, good health, success, peace, hope and togetherness. HAPPY NEW YEAR!
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Today is a sad day marking the end of an era here on our farm. Queen Ophelia was one of the very first animals to call our farm home arriving in July 1999 at just 12 weeks old. As her title implies she was distinguished, regal, gentle and always held her head high, never partaking in hierarchical games and bullying that other herd animals are apt to do. A true lady through and through. Considering the average life span of a goat is 12 years, at nearly 18, Ophelia has lived an exceptionally long life. I like to think it was her environment as much as her genes that contributed her longevity. Her favorite activity right to the end has always been relaxing in the morning sun with her chin lifted just a touch towards the sky to catch the maximum number of golden rays on her face. She was laid to rest this morning high on a hill overlooking the farm. May the sun always shine brightly on your face sweet girl! You will be dearly missed!
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What do you do when you have a brand new stove AND a husband who has a major sweet tooth? You test out new dessert recipes like this one... two decadent desserts wrapped in one (not so) little package. Yes, it's worth both the calories AND the effort. Our family and group of tasters gave it a resounding two thumbs up!!
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So very thankful for our diverse family of guests who have come from all across the globe and supported our family and our farm over the last 17 years! Wishing you a day filled with peace, love and joy.
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Oh, this looks like fun! Anyone ever tried to regrow any of these?
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Ever tried planting garlic? There's still time. It's probably the most rewarding and least fussy vegetable I've ever grown. What are you waiting for?
Growing garlic couldn't be easier. Here’s how to get started.
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Walpole Unitarian Church's annual Labyrinth of Light. One of the many community activities that make our village so special. Make time in your hectic holiday schedule and check it out. Open to the public from 5-7pm on 12/26, 12/27, and 12/28. It's on the second floor of the Hastings House in the ballroom.
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'Tis the season to ramp up your cookie making skills. What flavor/style of Christmas cookie will you be making?
Our detailed cookie decorating guide covers cookie recipes, selected icings, and key techniques for creating your most creative, beautiful cookies ever.
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Getting your Christmas tree this weekend? Read this first. The article claims adding sugar water to your fresh cut tree's first drink makes it last longer. Anyone ever tried this?
Want your Christmas tree to last longer? Here's a tree farmer's tip on how to keep your Christmas tree fresh through the holiday season. It's a simple trick!
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Early bird gets the worm!
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The last of our celery harvest (along with fresh parsley and kale) on its way to the Keene Community Kitchen for their Thanksgiving meal. #sharetheharvest #sharethelove
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Planted our garlic beds in t-shirts today! 60° in NH on 11/18 and there are still people that don't believe in climate change.
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633 Wentworth Rd Walpole, NH 03608
633 Wentworth RoadUSNew HampshireWalpole03608
(603) 756-2855innatvalleyfarms.com
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Restored 1774 colonial on a farm offering upscale, country-style rooms & locally sourced breakfast.- Google
"Slept very well in a comfy bed and had an above average breakfast meal."
"Great B&B, not much breakfast (big basket of bread) but it was all delicious."
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Michelle Horn
2 weeks ago
My husband and I decided we wanted a small wedding with just the two of us. However, we did want a wedding with the dress, beautiful setting, photographer and everything, not just a court house. We are pretty laid back people and we just wanted to show up on the day and get married, we didn't want to worry about all the little details (but we still wanted it to be perfect). That's where Jackie at the Inn at Valley Farms came in and made our dreams come true! She offers elopement packages that include the photographer, officiant, flowers, and many other little details. It was perfect! We showed up the day before, picked the location we wanted to have the ceremony (which was very hard because the farm has so many beautiful spots!) and got to enjoy the rest of our day together. Jackie was amazingly accommodating and holy crap can she cook, those were the best breakfasts I have ever had! She took care of everything! Our wedding far surpassed anything I could have ever imagined, it was intimate, fun, beautiful, and perfect.
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Ben Ericson
3 months ago
Stayed here with my wife on our wedding night. Slept very well in a comfy bed and had an above average breakfast meal. Homemade pork sausage, popovers and fritata. 10/10 would stay here again.
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Operator K
2 years ago
Beautiful country inn! They are constantly making efforts to become more environmentally sustainable. The rooms are gorgeous and the service is amazing. The inn is on a beautiful organic farm, and your breakfast is made from scratch with food from the farm. I suggest this inn to anyone who is looking for a fabulous stay with amazing service.
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Kevin Beausoleil
2 weeks ago
Great B&B, not much breakfast (big basket of bread) but it was all delicious. Inn keeper was extremely friendly. I would stay again.
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Alexandra Leggitt
a year ago
There are so many great things about this B&B. It's small enough to feel cozy & intimate but still has capacity for a few other guests so you don't feel lonely or like all the focus & attention is on you (I appreciate that). The beds were comfortable (we booked the Garden Suite which had an adjoining room with trundle bed) and the rooms were impeccably clean! I have to say, I was truly surprised at the attention to cleanliness in both our room and the bathroom. The bathroom was dreamy because it had a tub/shower, stacks of towels, organic hand soap/shampoo/conditioner and a locally made goats milk soap for body wash. We only stayed one night so we didn't use the common areas too much, but I appreciated that there is a butler's pantry with cookies (even a small gluten-free stack) and paper goods to use if you are bringing meals in. There are two other common rooms that you can play games in or sit and read. The breakfast warrants a whole 5 stars in itself - the Inn Keeper (Jackie) made us a full 3 course farm-to-table meal, complete with creamy eggs (with greens picked from the garden), popovers with homemade jam and butter (new to us Californians), and the BEST was the hot apple crisp made with 3 types of apples. This breakfast was served with candles on the table, beautiful silverware, and personally served by the inn-keeper hot out of the oven (or off the stove). Lastly, the Inn itself is so beautifully surrounded by green pastures (with cows roaming) and tall orangey-red trees (we were there in Autumn). I enjoyed looking out the window and seeing the gorgeous garden covered in orange fallen leaves. We would definitely come back to see Jackie and experience her warmth & hospitality again. Have NO concerns about the cleanliness and quality of your lodgings here.
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Mlc">A Google User
5 years ago
Probably the best B&B I've ever stayed in. Amazingly friendly innkeeper who happens to be the best cook I've ever met, absolutely beautiful rooms, land, animals, gardens - nothing to improve. Will be returning for years to come.