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Saratoga's Only Certified Green B&B
41 Locust Grove Rd. Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 |
exterior of a yellow farmhouse bed and breakfast
red stairs with white railings and a yellow pineapple welcome flag A warm welcome!
tree with white flowers on it in the spring Spring at the farm
two silos, a farm house, and a white barn seen across a field in the fall
red berries and green leaves on a bush
table with a plaid tablecloth and bowls of fruit at each place Colorful mornings
wooden outdoor table that could seat six
monarch butterfly on a pink flower We're part of the Monarch Waystation Program!
bedroom in an inn with a floral rug and yellow walls The Garden Room
old shed with a metal roof
a black bee sitting on a purple flower with two silos in the background
large bedroom with green walls The Audubon Room
garden with yellow and orange flowers
bedroom at an inn with a king-sized bed and an old fireplace The Artist Room
pink flower in the foreground with two silos in the background
outdoor porch with tables, chairs, and flowers Outdoor dining area with views of the property
large bedroom with a king-sized bed The Sewing Room
pink flower in the foreground with an old barn in the background


Just 2 miles from Broadway YET A WORLD AWAY. Beautifully restored 1860's farmhouse on 10 scenic acres. Audubon wildlife refuge, monarch butterfly sanctuary, walking trails on site. Chef owned, Certified Green. Welcome to your home in the country!

"Hospitality finds its definition in the innkeepers at The Saratoga Farmstead. Each room is unique in its theme and in its cleanliness. The ambiance carries guests into a world reminiscent of Tuscany. Breakfasts are superb and abundant in excellent, fresh quality. It is a gem!"
-Guest Review

This farm, built in the 1860's, has had a long and interesting history. During the Civil War, it was owned by the Dyer family, staunch abolitionists and believers in diplomacy over war. It is believed to have been part of the underground railroad. While embracing this rich history, the property is now being operated as a bed and breakfast.

The Saratoga Farmstead appeals to guests seeking a quiet and peaceful home-away-from-home while enjoying all that the busy city of Saratoga Springs and the surrounding areas have to offer.

Located just 2 miles form the center of the City of Saratoga Springs, NY, the farmstead seems like it is in an altogether different world. Its ten acres provide for rest and relaxation while its proximity to the Saratoga Race Course, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Skidmore College, Saratoga Mineral Baths, national parks, great golf courses, polo, museums and galleries, wonderful restaurants and shops ensure something for everyone.

At the farmstead, great care is taken to use environmentally friendly practices, including growing organic fruits, vegetables and herbs on site and the use of local sustainable products when possible. The Saratoga Farmstead is recognized by Audubon International, the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation and other organizations for ongoing efforts towards energy efficiency, resource conservation and pollution prevention.

Guests from around the world have enjoyed the hospitality and comforts of The Saratoga Farmstead. The chef/owners have had three decades of experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry. Upon purchasing the farmstead, they decided to share their love of great food, their genuine hospitality, the natural beauty of the farmstead and their enjoyment of the arts with guests. The result has earned The Saratoga Farmstead B&B one of the highest ratings of all bed and breakfasts in the Saratoga Springs area.

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