"Surrounded by spacious green lawns and lots of trees, the Carriage House looks like a little white farmhouse. The equally charming Log Cabin feels as if it was lifted right out of a Laura Ingalls' storybook. All stays include a three-course breakfast, and for equine guests (who get their own stalls), that means lots of hay.’’

- Gayot.com

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What do most guests desire when selecting a bed and breakfast? At the very least, a restful night’s sleep. That requires high quality beds and bedding that not only look inviting but also provide the kind of blissful comfort you may not get at home.

At Sun and Cricket, we’ve taken that basic need and gone a step beyond, providing a haven from the noise and confusion of the 21st century in nature-inspired surroundings that are so quiet, you can hear birds singing in the trees outside your window.

Our two suites are a treat for all the senses, decorated with colorful folk art, primitive antiques and one-of-a-kind pieces of rustic furniture, giving the feel that one guest said was “like stepping into the pages of Country Living Magazine.”

The Log Cabin—the larger of the two suites —is constructed of hand-hewn logs of Appalachian white pine and wide-planked wooden floors. And, it features free Internet access. The Carriage House—once part of a 200-year-old barn and dance hall from a nearby farm—is reminiscent of a cozy cottage at the end of a winding lane.

Despite their old-fashioned aesthetic, though, the two suites are equipped with modern amenities desired by today’s discriminating travelers: air conditioning, private baths, in-room refrigerators and coffeemakers, HDTVs and DVDs, fireplaces, separate entrances and private porches.

To complete your stay, we offer a three-course breakfast that mines the bounty of our own vegetable/herb gardens and orchards while tapping the resources of local smokehouses, wineries, mills, farms and farm markets. Log cabin guests dine at a harvest table in the cabin’s library, while carriage-house guests have a special room all to themselves in the main house.

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