We Are Now Closed!

Since 1990, hosts Ruth & Terry Hunter, welcomed guests to stay with them at the Hunter Farm Bed & Breakfast. They had the opportunity to entertain hundreds of guests from all over the world, many of them repeat visitors. Ruth & Terry Hunter sold the Hunter Farm during the summer of 2013.

Their charming 19th century Victorian farmhouse was settled amongst 245 acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and ponds. Guests enjoyed the peace and serenity of the best of country living at the Hunter Farm Bed and Breakfast.

There was always plenty of room for everyone at the Hunter Farm Bed and Breakfast. Guests were offered the choice of a standard bedroom with a shared bathroom or a private ensuite that included a kitchenette and corner whirlpool tub. Guests were invited to use the beautiful sunroom at the front of the house or the cozy family room to relax during their stay. The ensuites were also available for long-term stays, without breakfast.

There were lots of activities to keep everyone in the family entertained:

  • Children trek to the barn to see O.D. the horse, Jake the donkey, the potbelly pigs (Jolly, Chomper, & Molson), other farm animals and peacocks.
  • Stroll through the variety of woods—maple, poplar, black walnut, spruce, pine and balsam.
  • Enjoy the beautifully landscaped gardens and ponds, and take a walk down to the duck pond at the back of the farm.
  • Linger with the guests on the swing alongside the pond, or relax in the sunroom or verandas with their spectacular views.
  • Roam the 245 acres of varied terrain and wildlife habitat including wildlife sanctuary, nesting boxes for birds, ponds, wetlands that harboured wild ducks and geese, and an apiary.
  • In the winter, sleigh down the drumlin hill, ski the beautiful tree-lined trails, and skate or play hockey on the ponds. Afterwards, you'd certainly want to warm up next to the wood fire in the cozy family room!