Set among the rolling hills of Yamhill County, Abbey Road Farm B&B lies in the very heart of Oregon's Wine Country. Currently, some 18 wineries call our little town of Carlton home and these are just a fraction of the more than 200 that are within a half hour's drive time from the farm centrally located in the Willamette Valley.
The B & B is located on an 82 acre working farm in the middle of Yamhill County's wine country. After purchasing the farm in March of 2003 the Stuart's needed to create a plan of action and decide what their "crops" would actually be. The property came with 2 acres of Queen Anne Cherries, a delicious variety used principally in the making of maraschinos, so that choice was simple. Next, with 60 acres of open ground it seemed appropriate to consider a low maintenance perennial like fescue grass. Today, grass seed has become Oregon's primary field crop. The side benefit is that they now have what amounts to a huge lawn! Their third "crop" would be dairy goats.
In January of 2005 they initiated the process of converting the old grain silos on the property into the unique Abbey Road Farm Bed & Breakfast "Silo Suites". Each room has a spectacular view of the valley, wetlands, pastures and/or gardens. And although this is a working farm, the accommodations are more like what one would find at a resort.
The Stuart's had a desire to build a Bed & Breakfast as a place that they themselves would want to visit. Hence, the fabulous views, a location in the country yet accessible to nearby cities, and a place surrounded by nature and featuring nothing but the freshest food.
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