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Come Visit Fieldstone Farm Bed & Breakfast in Montrose PA
About Fieldstone Farm
Fieldstone Farm consists of 135 acres and is located on a well-maintained gravel country road. Situated on a high rolling mountain plateau with expansive views and surrounded by pristine neighboring farms, the 2 ½-story fieldstone manor house serves as the inn. The home is a recreated German or Quaker-style 18th century home, typical of those found in southeast Pennsylvania or northern Virginia.
Built from native Lancaster, Pa fieldstone and other fine architectural elements salvaged from early homes, the home features fine on-site crafted cherry interior woodwork and random width flooring. Custom designed bookcases, window moldings, doors and wainscoting were made from lumber harvested from the woods on the property.
In keeping with the early traditional time period construction, the inn also features hand-forged elements such as iron strap door hinges, latches, locks and cabinet and drawer pulls. These custom-made elements were forged in Bucks and Chester County, PA, several New England states as well as Wales, U.K. Fine period antiques and artwork complement the house.
On the property of Fieldstone Farm are many outbuildings, including a stone and frame well house. An outbuilding of special significance is an early 19th century carriage barn that once was located at the Silver Lake Presbyterian Church at Laurel Lake. After careful disassembling, the carriage barn was carefully resurrected at Fieldstone Farm. One of the main focal points of the property is the 4+ acre spring fed pond, which is overlooked by the manor house.
A work in progress since 1967, the grounds have been reclaimed, enhanced and maintained. Miles of new and old rebuilt stonewalls adorn the fields, lawn and farm lanes.
Fieldstone Farm was awarded the prestigious Countryside Conservancy Award. Countryside Conservancy is a land trust dedicated to conserving lands and water in and near the Tunkhannock Creek Watershed in Northeast Pennsylvania for the public benefit. The Stewardship Awards are given to express appreciation to landowners, organizations and individuals who maintain their properties with respect for conserving the land, water and cultural values.
About the Innkeepers
Your innkeepers Frank J. Pinkowski and Kimberly Grace warmly welcome you to their home.
Licensed and active in the real estate profession since 1976, Frank is a real estate broker and owner of Country Landmarks Real Estate, Inc., located nearby in the beautiful county seat of Montrose, PA. Frank graduated from Temple University, where he majored in business with a specialization in real estate. Besides his real estate pursuits, he is involved in other local business organizations and a participant in community service projects. Frank enjoys antiques, vintage cars, being a ‘gentleman farmer’ and a horse enthusiast.
Kimberly is employed with Penn State Extension in Susquehanna County. She works closely with Penn State educators to deliver quality educational programs to the public. Through Penn State Extension she serves as an active volunteer and co-coordinator for the Penn State Master Gardener program. Kim’s interests include gardening, hiking, cooking, horseback riding, traveling and practicing a healthy lifestyle that incorporates yoga. Kim is a member and serves on the board of the Self Discovery Wellness Arts Center, located in Montrose.
Our Support Staff
Frank and Kim are assisted in their operation by 2 uniquely different cats which have various distinct personalities. These 2 charming cats add to the pleasantness and overall atmosphere of the bed & breakfast. The support staff is well aware that the guest rooms are off limits.