The Wilfrid Boutique Farmhouse
Last August, Michael & I snagged the last room at The Wilfrid Boutique Farmhouse in Prince Edward County for the long weekend. We packed the car and headed out of Oakville for a relaxing getaway after hearing so many amazing things about the PEC area.
I couldn't help but snap so many photos of our little stay in their 175 year old farmhouse. From the polaroid wall to the pink front door, every corner is photo worthy (as well as the cute little chickens that roam wild on the property). The house is filled of vibrant art + quirky knacks.
Both mornings our hosts Nancy + Frank put out a huge breakfast spread of fruits, jams + cheeses and cooked up the most delicious locally sourced eggs. They gave us helpful advice on what to do in & around the County, including Long Dog winery which was only a few minutes down the road from The Wilfrid. We also stumbled upon a little thrift shop called "Dead People's Stuff" - which was, uh, very fitting! Tons of cute antiques and little shops to stop at along the way. We ventured around Picton, Bloomfield and Wellington finding local goodies and wine tasting our day away at Norman Hardie vineyards.
Our quaint room (The White Room) overlooked the yard, firepit + barn and was a perfect mix of country charm with modern amenities. The turkish towels, fresh blooms and polaroid camera to use for our stay were some of the little details that made us fall in love with the Wilfrid.
On our last evening, we took full advantage of the amazing view in the barn to sit back + relax for an intimate charcuterie board dinner (+ local wine!) to avoid the busy dinner rush of The County. We enjoyed a beautiful campfire in the evening, wishing those warm summer moments would stick around just a little bit longer.