Time Out says
You can tell instantly that this was once a basic motel. It's a credit to the new owners of the gingham-giddy Farmer's Daughter that it feels pretty fresh. The rooms have been duded up in blue and yellow checks and denim bedspreads; farm and barnyard humour abounds. Other amenities include a DVD library at the front desk, a small pool and Tart, which serves good ol' country cooking for breakfast and lunch. The rates are higher than they should be given the amenities. However, you could say the same about countless other hotels in the city, including many with far worse locations: this one is right by the Farmers Market and the Grove.
Farmer's Daughter 115 S Fairfax Ave