Warm hospitality, a serene atmosphere and beautiful countryside await visitors at Enoch's Farm House Inn Bed and Breakfast. Located near McEwen, this restored farmhouse is an old Civil War farmhouse and is part of the historic Enoch's Farm.
The Enoch's Farm House Inn is a cozy house with two guest rooms. Both rooms are connected to the bathroom by a short connecting hallway. Even though the bath is shared we only rent to one party at a time. Either just one room is rented on a given night or both rooms are rented to friends or family.
Enjoy the peaceful waters of Little Blue Creek or visit the Enoch's Grist Mill and Museum, Annie's Pantry Gift Shop and Liberty Baptist Church, all located on the farm. A picnic table and outdoor grill are available for guests' use.
Farm life is plentiful and for an additional fee, guests can help gather eggs, feed the rabbits, and help with other farm chores.
Breakfast Style Served
Open year round.
Range of Rates
Starting at $75/night
Locally or Family Owned Business Notes
The Enoch's Farm House Inn is an old Civil War farmhouse, Enoch and Allie Hendershot Enochs moved here with their family about 1912 from Germantown, Ohio.
The house itself is made of large hewed logs, with a breezeway through the middle of it. It was not closed in until after Allie Enochs died in 1942. She and her husband are buried in McEwen Cemetery.
Allie Enochs carried her drinking water from the spring all of her life. It was heated with a huge fireplace until Allie's death. There was no plumbing in the house until 1978 when Richard and Rebecca Davis added the bathroom and all plumbing.
Various tenants lived on the place to help with the farm until February of 2001. That is when it was renovated and restored and became a bed and breakfast.
ADA Accessibility Notes
Please call for more information.
Pet Friendly Notes
No pets allowed.