Frog Hollow Farm pretty much named itself. In April 2001, new owners Mitch and Patti Adler and their dog, Petie, were sitting on the front porch swing, a light rain pattering on the tin roof. As day turned to dusk, dozens of frogs welcomed the new residents to their neighborhood with a sweet chorus from the hollow. Mitch and Patti looked at each other, smiled, and just…knew.
Frog Hollow Farm served its first guests in July 2005, beginning a new era in personal hospitality in Upper Bucks County. It was the culmination of years of dreaming and planning.
“Patti and I have been staying at B&Bs since we met,” explains Mitch. ”After years of inn sojourning, we’d learned lots of little touches that make a stay memorable. We’ve worked hard to incorporate all those special details we believe make our guests feel most welcome and appreciated.”
The Adlers accomplish this mission by bringing some of the past back to their eighteenth-century farm. From the moment you arrive, you’ll begin settling into a pace of life that recalls a more peaceful time. The moment you leave, you’ll begin dreaming of when you can return again.
Words are not sufficient to express the wonderful, magical experience of staying at Frog Hollow Farm. — A.C. Moore