We love having guests in the Lodge. It's beautiful, spacious and very comfortable.
For privacy, there are quiet spaces for everyone.
The rooms are bright, quiet, and comfortable with forest views, fans, air conditioning and radiant heat. Our guests tell us they had their best night's sleep ever.
The Breakfast in BnB
Wake up to a bountiful breakfast, including fruit, yogurt, granola, our 0wn honey, croissant, jams, sweets and the special the of day.
Relax or Work
With 20 acres of woods, decks, porch, hammock, and patio as well as a library loft and office loft you can relax and do nothing or get some work done.
We're sorry, due to zoning issues, The Lodge is not accepting reservations until further notice. We are still producing honey and maple syrup.
If you have any questions - please call us.
We are planning to re-open the Lodge in October, pending zoning approval.
Christina & Abbott
The Lodge, in Bedford NY, is minutes away from lovely country villages and magnificent hiking and horseback trails. Quiet serenity on 20 acres only 60 minutes from NYC.
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Hiking and Nature at
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Mianus River Gorge
Ward Pound Ridge
We've taken our passion for nature and created a unique homestead within the hamlet of Bedford Village. Our home is a mountain chalet with french provincial feel. It sits in the middle of 20, un-touched acres.
Our concern for bees gave us the impetus to build a 6 hive apiary from which we harvest our Honey Maple Grove Wildflower Honey.
With hundreds of maple trees surrounding us, we started tapping them (we currently tap 100) and produce our own maple syrup.
Christina & Abbott
After a bit of a kerfuffle in which 4 of the queens with my 6 new packages of bees died (still figuring out why), I got 4 replacements and tucked them away into the 4 queen-less hives. I’ll check on the next beautiful day to see if they made it. Submit your reviewName: Email: Website:…
With the deep frost (including -7 degrees without windchill), to give the bees an extra helping hand, they got some extra warmth. The bees basic warmth comes from the bees clustering together and eating honey to maintain 92 degrees around them. The rest of the hive is cold … freezing. The hive is wrapped in tar paper to absorb…