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All reviewsbed and breakfastbreakfast was deliciouslincoln roomlincoln museumgracious hostsbeautiful historic homeattached bathroomprivate bathspringfield areaboth morningsporch swingother guestsenjoyed our stayspent two nightsshort drivefresh fruita great place to stay
This b and b, on the old coach road that Lincoln rode on, is relaxing and stimulating. Stimulating due to the historic nature of the building and nearby Springfield with so many places to learn of Lincoln. Relaxing because of the way one is treated....More
We liked the country setting. The host Doug and Rosalie go out of there way to make you feel at home. Breakfast was really good both days we stayed there.Conversations around the breakfast table with the other guest was a delight.Would stay there again when...More
This is a perfect spot. The owners have thought of everything you might want or need. Each room is a Delight. We look forward to our stops here on our way to or from Wisconsin. The Breakfast is always one you want more of and...More
This was our second visit to this lovely bed & breakfast. Doug and Rosalie ensure that their guests feel right at home and go to great lengths to make delicious breakfasts in their beautifully appointed dining room. Our first visit was last year the same...More
My husband and I had a wonderful stay at The Flagg Farmstead at the end of September for
2 nights. It is a lovely historic home – beautiful, impeccably clean, elegantly decorated and very accommodating. The setting is lovely and quiet.
The owners, Doug &...More
Response from lindylou_11 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Patty - as I recall all the rooms are accessed by a flight of stairs. However, the people there are so lovely and the house awesome, maybe worth asking them if they have any alternative accommodation for the person who... More
Hi Patty - as I recall all the rooms are accessed by a flight of stairs. However, the people there are so lovely and the house awesome, maybe worth asking them if they have any alternative accommodation for the person who can't hand stairs.
Trust this helps.
Kind Regards, Linda (Ipswich, England)
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"For your first stay I would recommend the Lincoln Room."