Fairview Bed & Breakfast
Our home is the original summer house on a historic farm, listed on the National Register of Historic Places as Adams Fairview Bonanza Farm. Enjoy this spacious home with its country quiet and beautiful sunsets. The grounds and country roads invite biking, hiking and bird watching. Easy access to I-29 permits day trips for shopping, antiques, casino, golfing, catfishing and good food.
A Grand View of the Prairie
In the Red River Valley
Adams Fairview Bonanza Farm History
Fairview Farm was
founded in 1881 by John Quincy Adams of Wheaton, Illinois. He took
advantage of the cheap railroad land and gave it to his son as a wedding
present. In 1884, William Phipps Adams came with his new bride to begin
the large scale grain farming, on 9,600 acres. Also 10,000 head of sheep
were raised on this farm. The farming was done with 200 mules and many
men to cultivate and harvest. There were two bunkhouses, one office
building, several barns, one measuring 176 ft. by 84 ft. grain elevator
at the end of a railroad spur, foreman's house, etc.
Master Bedroom Suite-
a large room with a queen bed, a private bath and adjoining sitting
room. Also included is a
hide-a-bed, a dorm refrigerator and TV.
a large, bright room with a queen bed, oak furniture, private balcony
A full breakfast of Finnish oven pancakes or country omelet are some of the features served in the formal dining room. An extra meal may be purchased if arranged in advance.
The single rate is $70 with additional $15 for each extra person plus tax.
A deposit of $30
confirms a reservation. Checks and cash are accepted. Deposits will be
refunded for cancellations if made three days before the reserved date.
John and Tuula Kube