Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm, Embrun
Categories: Farms, Tourist Spots
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Although we have been to Stanley's before for weddings, etc. this was the first time we went for the pancake breakfast during the Maple Syrup season. The buffet style breakfast (served by staff) was m... read more »
Every year our family of 5 (2 adults 3 children...including teens) goes to Stanley's for breakfast and to replenish our storage of maple syrup...best maple syrup ever!!! If you haven't tried it, it's ... read more »
I had won a free visit here so went with my husband and teenage son. When I earlier called earlier in the week to verify what the "voucher" I received entitled me to (because it wasn't clear at all), ... read more »
Enjoyed a day out with the family for a pancake breakfast and to tour the farm. Learned how maple syrup is made, took a hay ride, and met some farm animals. Perfect for a day trip.
P. S . Gill
Going to Stanley's Olde Maple Lane Farm has become an annual tradition and is by far the best in the region! They offer pancakes, french toast, scrambled eggs, sausages, egg frittata, ham, breakfast potatoes, maple baked beans, and my favourite - waffles (mmmm, delicious). This year they also added a strawberry and blueberry compote to go with the waffles or pancakes, which was really good (I'm not normally a fan as I find things like this to be watery and therefore make things soggy, but these were not watery at all). One of my favourite items was the hot maple mustard, which goes well with the meats and eggs, amazing. I paid my compliments to the staff as everything was very professionally run, clean, and tasted great. After brunch, we ventured out to explore the farm where the kids had a great time, meeting the various animals, playing on the swings and bales of hay, and simply running up the hill. We visited the taffy shack, the horses pulling the sleigh, and the sugar shack to see how maple syrup is made before we went into the gift shop to pick up some hot maple mustard and maple syrup. Thank you for a wonderful day, I look forward to going back again next year.
All you can eat breakfast at the Pancake House was wonderful! Nice array of food, great sausages, ham and accompaniments. My vegetarian husband enjoyed it too with delicious belgian waffles and homefries. Earl, the owner, remembered us from being married at the farm 10 years ago - wonderful to be welcomed back. Staff were friendly and quick. Would highly recommend the experience!
Very disappointed with our experience. The breakfast buffet was overpriced and of poor quality. We left our plates on the table after a few bites and informed the owner that we were disappointed. We may as well have talked to the wall as the only comments coming from him were defensive and he became rude telling us 'I'm not giving you your money back', when we never asked for it. The response and reaction were far from hospitable. Far from what you would experience in a real sugar shack and far from the french Canadian experience. It's a cash grab, pure and simple.
My 2nd visit during the sugaring season. All-you-can-eat brunch buffet ($$) with a decent selection. The actual farm has a small selection of animals for the kids to see, and a wagon ride ($). Otherwise, the farm is free to visit (no charge to park either). The only shame is there is no actual collection of tree sap on site... Only an interpretive centre where they do process "imported" sap.
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