The Bulls's Head Inn, an 18th century farmhouse, is situated on historic Sarah Wells Trail. A well-known Hudson Valley tale tells of the young and brave Sarah Wells, an indentured servant to the Denne family, who was brought up the Hudson River to reside in Orange County, New York in 1712. It wasn't long before Sarah was noticed by a young English stonemason named William Bull. William and Sarah soon fell in love and were married in 1718. They made their home on the 100 acres promised to her by Christopher Denne, making Sarah the first white woman to settle in Goshen Township.
Sarah Wells Trail served as a main thoroughfare for early settlers of Orange County. Many of the area's first buildings were constructed along the trail including this farmhouse which became a dining establishment in 1967. The house still boasts many of the original floorboards, with the lower fireplace on the first level serving as the center of life for our fine country restaurant.