The Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast located in the heart of Long Island’s North Fork wine country

Explore the unprecedented local North Fork cuisine

From the garden to our table, all pollination provided by our honey bees

Explore the endless waterways  - a boater’s and kayaker’s paradise

There are 52 vineyards for you to enjoy on the North Fork

Quiet pristine North Fork beaches

Take a deep breath and relax

The Farmhouse Farmstand selling fresh from the garden

A visit from Miss Ciao


When Marissa Candela aka Miss Ciao Chow and her fiancé, The Natural Health Writer wanted to celebrate her 29th birthday (again!) we were delighted that they chose to visit us here at the Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast.

 

Find out what they thought of their visit on Miss Ciao’s wonderful foodie and travel blog at  Simple Beauty : The Farmhouse B & B.

 

FiOS1 Long Island News

We have been featured on Fi0s1 News. Click on the link below:

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Our 2 day old Chicks

The Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast, Cutchouge, New York, Buff Orpingtons chicks.  The Buff Orpingtons breed is a great choice for a backyard chicken – beautiful with a nice personality and winter hardiness.  The breed originated in Orpington, Kent, United Kingdom in the late 1800′s. There are Black Orpingtons, White Orpingtons, Blue Orpingtons (somewhat rare), and Buff  Orpingtons -They will lay Brown Eggs for our guests.   

Our chicks arrived at 7:30 am on February 15, via the Cutchogue, United States Post office.  Our friendly post person, Mike called and said your babies arrived can you hear them?  I replied “I am on my way”.  They came packaged in a little box with air holes at the top, when I opened the lid I saw the most beautiful 2 day old chicks huddle together.  I assured them everything was going to be fine and they would be warm in no time.  We were all ready with the nursery, we had borrowed a brooder pen from our friend Mark, and it was perfect.  The little heat lamp was on and warming up their new home.  One by one each chick was introduced to water,(after all it was their first drink) their little beaks were gently dipped into the water feeder just so they could get the idea and off they went, boy were they thirsty. Then we added a little feed, they did not need any help with that, they finished that in no time.  As a proud new parent of 16, I thought you would enjoy some chick photos. Check back for updates and photos