Lareau Farm, home to American Flatbread in Waitsfield, is one of the Mad River Valley’s first farms, established in 1794 by Simeon and Abiah Stoddard (Waitsfield’s first physician). The original building is now the Inn at Lareau Farm, a cozy 13-bedroom B&B adjacent to the American Flatbread bakery. Visit the Lareau Farm Inn website for more information and to book your stay!
In 1895, the big red barn was constructed. Once housing Pliny Lockwood’s dairy operation, the structure is now home to the annual Art in the Big Red Barn. An addition that was built in 1832 for carriages, horses, and pigs now houses the original American Flatbread, which serves dinner from 5-9:30, Thursday through Sunday year round.
With over 2 acres of organic gardens and a couple of pigs, The Lareau Farm is proud to once again operate as a working farm.
Our farm is surrounded by expansive meadows and quiet woods, on the banks of The Mad River.
We welcome you to enjoy our home as your own!
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