Over the years Murphy’s Farm has been affectionately called Whittlesey-Newton Farm, Gilson Farm, Sybilholme Farm, and Merrydale Farm. At one time the property stretched two hundred acres and is said to be the second oldest house in the valley, dating from 1780. In 1989, QLLA began renovations in an effort to restore this beloved farmhouse back to its original beauty.
Today, Murphy’s Farm is host to many and also offers a traditional Quechee venue for a variety of events. Recently renovated, The Tavern renders a quaint, casual atmosphere, showcasing a new custom crafted bar and roaring fireplace.
Thanks to the hard work and effort of generations passed, the endless opportunities to enjoy this unique Vermont farmhouse has been made possible for its many visitors. This is a true testament to the Quechee Community.
From pizza night and pot-o-pasta specials to seafood themed events with accompaniments for vegetarian options and lighter fare, you won't be left out in the cold.
Come on in, relax in front of the roaring fire and delight all your senses.
Reservations are not required and The Tavern is extremely child-friendly.