|Murals painted by Elizabeth McClure|
In 1916. the farm was purchased by a couple on their honeymoon, Jim and Elizabeth McClure. He was a Protestant minister, she was a French-trained artist. Not farmers or innkeepers, but they had fallen in love with the property. They transformed the Inn into their home, and it has remained in the family through the years; currently owned by their six grandchildren, with granddaughter, Annie and her husband, John Ager hosting at the property.
|Eggs in the Spring House|
|Near the Smoke House|