Welcome to “The Farmer’s Walk Bed & Breakfast”
& Sandy Small Proudfoot Quilt Designs.
The Farmer’s Walk B&B is located seven minutes east of Orangeville, close to Hockley Resort, Taoist Centre, Agricultural Centre/OAS Event Centre; 15 minutes from Caledon Equine Centre, Palgrave & from the Village of Alton & the Alton Mill. We are one kilometer south of the Bruce Trail, hiking. Set on ten acres of land overlooking the beautiful Hockley Valley, there are three guest bedrooms & a private guest lounge. Pool in season. Winter guests enjoy a continual wood-burning fireplace in our guest lounge. Children are welcome with parental supervision. There are dogs in residence but not underfoot. This is a non-smoking B&B, guests are welcome to smoke on our covered porch at the front of the house, chairs and smoking pots provided. We are into our 27th season as a B&B.
833345 4th Line E.
Mono, Ontario, Ontario
Please consult Headwaters Tourism: Also, “In The Hills” magazine publication. Bruce Trail hikers, please note we double end guests within the town(ship) of Mono. There is a small cost of 50 cents per kilometer for this service which is then donated to the Freedom’s Wings Programme for paraplegics at York Soaring (gliding club), Arthur, Ontario.
There are excellent restaurants in the country; all need reservations & have websites: Mrs. Mitchell’s, The Globe Restaurant, Mono Cliffs Inn & Pub, The Belfountain Inn, Forage Restaurant, Barb’s Country Kitchen, Barley Vine Rail Co., Soulyve, and others. The town of Erin has interesting shops; Credit Creek Gifts in Belfountain; the Alton Mill, in the Village of Alton artist’s studios. Spirit Tree Estate Cidery which is further south and west of here, the small town of Elora is just over a half hour from here & is worth planning a day’s trip from our B&B. Elora is situated on the Elora Gorge, features the Elora Singers, wonderful shops, restaurants.
A Bed & Breakfast in Ontario is allowed three guest bedrooms, anything over that is considered an inn but times change. There are now different concepts as to what a bed and breakfast is all about, from renting out one room to a whole house. However, we are and have always been a traditional bed and breakfast. We have a website which we care about and through this we hope to give our guests a sense of ourselves as much as we may have of them prior to their arrival. We are happy to accept one night bookings as we feel that many times, one night is all people are looking for when coming into our area. We have a separate guest lounge, with a wood-burning fireplace in cooler months, our pool is open to guests in warmer months. Our guests are welcome to bring food and drinks with them and we provide a refrigerator downstairs for guest use but we ask that no food and drinks be taken to our bedrooms other than water, due to previous experiences we’ve had with damage issues. Any guests who stay longer than two nights are welcome to bring take-out suppers to eat in our dining room at a reasonable hour or on our front or on our back porches. It has always been my mandate in running this bed & breakfast to share our home with others who may appreciate the peace and quiet of the country and that when they leave, they may take some of that peacefulness back into their own daily lives. And that there is respect towards our guests and towards ourselves as owners of this B&B. We appreciate our repeat guests, for they almost feel like family returning to our home. It has been our privilege to accommodate guests from all over the world, Tasmania being the furthest. We thank the many guests who have stayed with us over the years and appreciate the opportunity of knowing them just even for the short space of time that they are with us. Many guests come here for an event and from a long distance from here. We try to provide support and calm after long flights to reach our guest home and hope that in the space of time they are with us that they are able to relax and enjoy our home as they would their own.
Please note: We are not part of Air B&B nor Booking.com
Rooms & Rates
Room 1: Queen bed, ensuite bathroom. One night’s stay:$145. Two nights & over: $140. per night.
Room 2: King Bed:$135. per night, two nights & over $130. per night.
Room 3: Twin beds, $135 per night, two nights & over, $130. per night, shared Victorian bathroom with Room 2.
Reservations & DEPOSITS are required: NOTE: No reservation is confirmed without a deposit. The preferred deposit is by E-transfer which is immediate, if doing so, please send a separate email with the password to open the deposit, or by cheque, which may take up to a week to appear in our country mailbox.. A confirmation will be sent immediately upon receipt of the deposit. The balance is cash upon arrival..
CONTACT:l: (Home) 519-942-1775 or (Cell) 519-942-6388 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mailing address is located on our Contact page.
Cancellation Policy: Due to the high volume of guests May to October, your deposit will be fully refundable up to one month prior to your booking; after that it is kept or may be transferred to another date within the year of your reservation. We realize that there may be times when there are extenuating circumstances for guest cancellations. If so, please discuss this with us personally.
Arrival time: any time from noon onward on day of booking, no late night arrivals unless previously discussed with owners. If you need to book in before 12 noon, please discuss this with us.
Check out time: 11 a.m the following day (again, if there is a need to alter this, please speak to us personally)
PLEASE NOTE: Due to guest’s sensitivities and the hostess also, it would be appreciated if perfumes could be sprayed outside our home. Thank You.
Sandy Small Proudfoot is a later-in-life graduate of design from OCAD and works in textiles. Jock is a retired Air Canada pilot and glider pilot at York Soaring. We are ‘ parents ‘ to two lively Australian Shepherds, Annie & Megs.
Telephone inquiries accepted between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. daily
Please Note: We advertise in the Niagara Escarpment Views (http://www.neviews.ca/) and have copies of this wonderful magazine here for our guests. We are also proud to say that we support printed paper advertising in this world of digital communication.