We didn't stop for lunch since we were already running behind, but were happy to find out that the Inn has afternoon tea each day from 3-5 PM. Before we even went to our room, we sat down and had a drink and a bite to eat. That's the main inn behind the goose in the photo.
After checking into the Gindelle Suite, we went out for a little walk around the grounds. The Inn is on 75 acres and includes an organic garden, llamas and goats, a pond with ducks, geese and swans, a big henhouse for egg-laying chickens, and beehives.
Mom and Kathi
Flowers at the veggie garden
An old cemetery on the grounds
One of the walking paths
The first night, we made a reservation at Henry's at the Farm, the on-site farm to table restaurant. We weren't super hungry since we'd had tea and snacks late so we decided to share several dishes. We ordered two salads, Kathi ordered a leek and potato tart, I got some mushroom and squash risotto and Mom had a Shepherd's Pie. Well, the salads were huge and we would have done fine with only one! The other dishes were also too much for us, but of course, we still wanted to try dessert. :) We took our leftovers and some desserts with us back to the room and saved them till the next day. Everything was delicious except Mom wasn't too crazy about the sweet potato Shepherd's Pie.
We had a nice suite with one bedroom and a little alcove with a fold-out couch bed, living room, and a full kitchen. Really nice!