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We have stayed at Flagg Farmstead several times in the past. Doug and Rosalie are excellent hosts and we always feel welcomed. The rooms are very comfortable and well appointed. Visiting with Doug and Rosalie is always a blessing we look forward to on every...More
We were delighted with our stay at Rosalie and Doug Polite's sensitively restored 1871 home. The rooms are beautifully appointed and sparkling clean. Rosalie and Doug are wonderful hosts - warm and welcoming. The home itself is stunning, the setting quiet and serene. We look...More
What a delightful choice! We spent two nights at Flagg Farmstead while exploring "Lincoln Country". The home is historic, charming and beautifully restored. Doug and Rosalie are warm and gracious hosts, knowledgeable of the home's history and the many Lincoln attractions in and around Springfield....More
Truly enjoyed our stay on the 20th. Doug and Rosalie have done a wonderful job of filling their home with furniture, pictures and history. Doug is a wealth of knowledge on the history of the farm, Abraham Lincoln and the surrounding area. The New Salem...More
We recently stay at Flagg farmstead for the third time, we as usual were very pleased. The quiet setting, the house itself, Doug and Rosilee are so gracious, and the cornmeal pancakes were awesome. We will be back. Thanks for a wonderful stay.
Response from lindylou_11 | Reviewed this property |
Hi Patty - as I recall all the rooms are accessed by a flight of stairs. However, the people there are so lovely and the house awesome, maybe worth asking them if they have any alternative accommodation for the person who... More
Hi Patty - as I recall all the rooms are accessed by a flight of stairs. However, the people there are so lovely and the house awesome, maybe worth asking them if they have any alternative accommodation for the person who can't hand stairs.
Trust this helps.
Kind Regards, Linda (Ipswich, England)
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"For your first stay I would recommend the Lincoln Room."