Farm to Table … To Bed: Inns and B & Bs with with Farm-Fresh Food

Call it farm to table, farm to fork, or just incredibly fresh fare, this sustainable and seasonal approach to dining puts an emphasis on serving food grown by local farmers. And, fortunately for travelers, the trend hasn't passed inn and bed-and-breakfast restaurants by.

Check out these inns and B&Bs around the country that serve only the freshest local fare — and for many of these, "local" means the working farms and gardens right on their own properties. Super fresh ingredients. Outstanding food. Coincidence? We think not.

Love eating local? Then it's time to visit these fantastic farmers' markets in the U.S..

By Jolene M. Bouchon

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Courtesy of The Carneros Inn
The Carneros Inn — Napa, California

California's Napa Valley is renowned for its fertile soil, as evidenced by the area's abundant vineyards and farms. Executive Chef Steve Tevere features this local bounty on the inn's three restaurant menus, either growing produce on site or sourcing it from within 150 miles away. While Hilltop Dining Room is reserved for the inn's guests, anyone can try fine dining at their upscale, dinner-only FARM restaurant, or go for more casual fare, such as fried chicken and donuts, at The Boon Fly Café.
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