Space where Inspiration Lives and imaginations Open
This classic Bucks County Farm dates back to the 1790’s and has had an intriguing lineage. In the late 1930’s the farm was purchased by playwright, Jack Kirkland, with the proceeds from his broadway play “Tobacco Road.” The farm soon became a gathering place for stars of the American Theater.
Hidden down the long and gracefully tree-lined entrance to the farm, the 160 acre property immediately pulls at your heartstrings with its meandering streams and gardens, fields and pastures, and grooves of birch, willow and evergreen.
Owned by Robin and Marty Staff, the farm is a unique destination that offers an inspirational setting and retreat from life’s bustling pace. Since 2001, our place has offered hundreds of urban artists a place to create and develop new work as well as wellness classes for Bucks County and Lehigh Valley community residents. It is is available for non-artistic residents for special events that range from photo shoots to family celebrations and retreats to business and organizational conferences.
Every season at our retreat provides it own mystically magic.
A Site Rep may be needed based on booking needs.