Past a pasture of grazing and bleating sheep and goats, this handsome taupe manor house dating to 1790 is now a country B&B. Ornate moldings and four-poster beds satisfy those who love vintage, while flat-screen TVs and Wi-Fi attract those who can't leave modern life behind. Fun details include window sashes transformed into mirrors. In addition to the main house, you can stay in the charming Bo Peep's Hideaway, which was converted from feed storage, or Shepherd's Cottage, with pale wood paneling, a potbellied stove, kitchenette, whirlpool tub, and a glass door that the sheep press their noses to. Breakfast includes a cold buffet and a choice of three hot items made to order, including the popular blueberry corn pancakes. The family that owns the farm also owns the Riegelsville Inn, which provides catering for events at the B&B.