Wednesday, August 3, 2016
THOMAS GALLOWAY HOUSE B&B AT PARAGON FARM PART - 1
The first picture is the sign I finally read. Picture two is a picture of the Bed and Breakfast that was built in 1855 by masons who worked on the Erie Canal. The house was built for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Galloway (picture 3) who were one of the founding people of our town and village. This house is largely original.
Picture 4 thru 7 are of the living room and dining room of the house and the beautiful view from the windows. Pictures 8 - 13 are of the different bedrooms that you can stay in at the Bed and Breakfast. The last three pictures are of the beautiful bathroom.
Thomas Galloway House is located in the country - it is not right in the village. All Around the Paragon Farm are crops growing, this time of year. It is a a very peaceful area - away from the tensions and problems of the world - and yet it is just a short drive from our local village, museums, restaurants, etc.
Yet it has the moderns of the world like television, wifi and air conditioning. In addition to Bed and Breakfast it is used for Birthday Parties, Showers, Receptions, Teas and more. This would be a excellent place for a honey moon.
Tomorrow we will have the outside of the farm.
For reservations or questions, you can contact Margaret Green, owner at 315-597-6742 or on your computer at: firstname.lastname@example.org