The 1870's Room at Northern Kentucky’s Horseback Riding Bed & Breakfast | Yonder
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Farm / Bed & Breakfast
No Pets
6 Guests
1 Room
3.5 Bathrooms


At First Farm Inn bed and breakfast, you are surrounded by gardens, original art, antiques, friendly animals, and comfortable furnishings. Only 20 minutes from downtown Cincinnati, where you have access to all kinds of art, music, theater, restaurants and historical sites. Both bed and breakfast rooms are furnished with 1870s vintage oak, comfortable seating, TVs, DVD players, WiFi, refrigerators, ceiling fans, floor fans, linens, towels and any toiletries you may have forgotten. Whether horseback riding is a bucket-list check-off or you’re an experienced rider in need of a horse fix, you’ll enjoy a 2-hour, safety-based ride on a happy, healthy horse. At First Farm Inn, we ride horses year-round, starting in the riding arena until you gain confidence and the ability to communicate with your new equine friend, then walk through the woods, trot over and around the hills, ponds, and pastures. An all-you-can-eat, hot, healthy breakfast is served each morning. At First Farm Inn, we serve a variety of healthy, homemade bread and coffee cakes, egg dishes, potatoes and fruit “family style.” Breakfast is usually served at 9 a.m. but can be arranged to fit your schedule from 7 to 9:30 a.m.


Outdoor Features

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Hot tub

Indoor Features

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Coffee maker - standard
Alarm clock
Desk workspace
Extra pillows and blankets
Fireplace wood


Features a total of 1 private room.

The 1870's Room

1 Queen bed
    • Check in: 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Check out: Before 11:00 AM
    • Steward: On-site
    • Minimum nights: 2
    • Minimum nights on weekends: 2
    • Maximum nights: 6
    • Cancellation policy: Strict
      For a full refund of stay or activity, cancellation must be made within 48 hours of booking and at least 14 full days prior to the scheduled booking date.Read full details
    • Energy star home rated appliances
    • Energy-efficient lighting (LED, CFL, Other)
    • Use of solar power
    • Whole-house HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filtration
    • Non-toxic pest and weed control
    • Regenerative agriculture
    • Non-aerosol products
    • Non-toxic cleaning products, detergents, and disinfectants
    • Recycled paper products
    • Providing composting
    • Recycling
    • Drinking-water filtration system
    • Low-flow faucets and showerheads
    • Low-flush or dual flush toilets
    • Water-conserving appliances and fixtures