Frog Hollow Farm Bed And Breakfast: A “ribit” of heaven on Earth
We’re pleased to welcome you to our Featured Rooms at Frog Hollow Farm B&B.
Peace, quiet and the bucolic beauty of upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania beckon you from our original, one-room stone farmhouse built in the 1740’s, along with a smokehouse and unique Pennsylvania bank barn. The house was gradually enlarged to accommodate those working the 250-acre working farm, recorded on tax maps in 1798. The best 5 acres of meadows, woodlands, gardens and orchards have been preserved and now sit along a treasure of a road.
Mitch and Patti Adler purchased the property in 2001. After years of renovation—exposing and repainting 200-year-old stone walls, adding private bathrooms to adjoining bedrooms and installing comforts like central air, cable TV and free wifi access—the Adlers were ready for innkeeping.
The barn and smokehouse remain, as do old stone-walled gardens built from the foundations of long-forgotten farm buildings. Relic cisterns border the farm and an antique cast-iron pump still carries water to the surface of a 30-foot artesian well. Somewhere in time a tractor shed/corn crib was added, along with a Quaker-style garage. Two sheep—Ben and Ippie (grateful marketplace fugitives)—Billie the goat, several stray cats and an array of native wildlife find reprieve, food and comfort on the premises.
Mitch, Patti and all the critters invite you to join them in their own “ribit” of heaven.
The Cathedral Room is our smallest, but seems to appeal most to those who prefer a more vertical space with lots of light and a variety of rustic textures. Our artist friends tell us it’s their favorite, and from what we’ve learned about our guests who’ve stayed there, it seems to be a universal sentiment among more creative types.Learn more
Petie’s Room is named after our cherished first official greeter, a sweet, social pup who loved our guests and loved this room best of all. Our largest room, it features a large, inviting bed, a balcony accessed through a primitive Dutch door, a double sink, stall shower and a Jacuzzi tub. It also has the best view of Bucks County’s stunning sunrises.Learn more
The Porch Room, in the newest addition to our house, is highlighted by a traditional four-poster bed and a skylight in the private bath that showers a Massachusetts-made vanity with glorious light. Glide in on the new hickory floor and turn to see the remainder of the original eave line sheltering the headboard.Learn more