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Furnace Falls Farm

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Nestled in the picturesque countryside of Lyndhurst, Ontario, Furnace Falls Farm stands as an idyllic retreat, enchanting visitors with its rustic charm and serene natural surroundings. The country retreat embodies a harmonious blend of agricultural heritage, hospitality, and a peaceful ambiance. 

Furnace Falls Farm showcases a restored 19th-century farmhouse surrounded by sprawling acres of verdant fields, meandering trails, and tranquil water features. The property's bucolic setting evokes a sense of tranquility, inviting guests to immerse themselves in the beauty of rural Ontario. 

At the heart of Furnace Falls Farm lies its dedication to sustainable farming practices and agritourism. The farm cultivates organic produce, tends to heritage livestock, and offers engaging farm-to-table experiences for visitors. Guests can partake in farm tours, participate in seasonal harvesting activities, or simply relish the serenity of the countryside. The farmhouse offers cozy accommodations that seamlessly blend modern amenities with historic charm. 

Guests are welcomed into inviting spaces adorned with period furnishings and thoughtful touches that evoke a sense of nostalgia, fostering a retreat-like atmosphere. Furnace Falls Farm also serves as a venue for various events, including weddings, retreats, and workshops. Its versatile spaces, scenic backdrop, and attentive staff cater to a myriad of occasions, creating memorable experiences for guests. 

Whether seeking a peaceful escape, an immersive farm experience, or a charming venue for a special celebration, Furnace Falls Farm in Lyndhurst, Ontario, offers a sanctuary where the beauty of nature intertwines with agricultural heritage, promising a rejuvenating and memorable countryside getaway for all who visit.


504 Old Briar Hill Rd
Lyndhurst, ON
K0E 1N0

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