Original charm remains.
You will find our farm an ideal spot for a romantic weekend getaway, and equally as perfect for out-of-town executives seeking a quiet place to unwind after a stressful workday.
In 1870, the Lomis Brothers built Stag’s Leap on Baldwin Road in Oxford, Michigan. The brothers also built two more homes – our “sister” house stands on the corner of Baldwin and Shipman Rd – just ¼ mile north of the farm. Pictured left are Mr. and Mrs. Lomis, who lived here.
For many years from their love of travel, Steven and Brett have dreamed of opening a bed and breakfast in their home and searched for the perfect property to begin this new chapter of their life. When they found Stag’s Leap Farm outside the small village of Oxford, they knew their dream would come true!
Steven has worked as a physical therapist for more than 20 years, specializing in traumatic brain injury. He has guided many health care providers and patients through the COVID-19 process. Guests at Stag’s Leap Farm can stay here worry-free, knowing Steven has taken all of the necessary precautionary measures for a safe and healthy visit.
Brett has worked in online marketing for more than 20 years and currently runs his own business from home in an office attached to the house. Brett loves to cook, enjoys gardening and tending the chickens. Together, they planned the design and layout of the B&B, and oversaw all renovations.
Steven and Brett have been married for five years and have nine children between them, ranging from age 8 to age 27.
Their goal is for every guest to have an exceptional and memorable experience at Stag’s Leap Farm.