More info:Two night minimum, two adults maximum per room. No smoking allowed on property.
Responsible tourism: Long Island bed and breakfast, New York State, USA
We are located on a three mile bicycle loop and encourage people to ride the route and take in the beautiful vistas. We provide plates, silverware and glasses that are washed, no disposal goods. The guests are encouraged to recycle all glass, plastic and aluminum. We recycle all,our glass, aluminum and plastic through our town's recycling program. Our bathrooms have energy saving devices. Our property cannot be developed any further and is surrounded by lands that are preserved. Since we are a working horse farm we do not use pesticides and reuse the manure for natural fertilizer. Our light fixtures use the energy saving bulbs. All of the rooms have separate AC controls that are preset to save on energy costs. We encourage the use of taxis for touring area. A local business provides tours on bicycle of the local wineries and we provide the information in all the rooms. Our eggs are from local people and farm fresh.
We recommend local businesses and farm stands to our guests. We provide discounts offered at local businesses to encourage support. We provide information on local events that support our community. Our goal is to provide guests with all the information regarding local events and where to purchase local produce, services and goods. Our rooms contain the brochures of local businesses, events and farmer's markets. We have a bulletin board in a common room which provides information on farm fairs, outdoor markets, winery events, local musicians and local restaurant specials. We belong to a bed and breakfast organization which supports local business and provides support with donations and purchasing of ads to promote local tourism. We provide local food items for our guests and provide information where they can purchase these items. We are involved with the local town government and have attended public meetings regarding activities permitted at B&B's, wineries and farms. It has allowed these businesses to have more events to encourage more tourism and education of the area.