One wall separates you from our harvest of organic hay and livestock! The converted Milkhouse is an easy-access place to stop en route to your destination, or choose to make our farm your destination! This is a rustic 2-level gem built sustainably with as much reclaimed, reused, and recycled material as we could dig up. Close to I-90, Adirondack State Parks and trailheads, and surrounded by lakes. Enjoy the atmosphere of our serene barnyard, tour the hopyard, and visit the animals!
A quaint 450 square foot converted milkhouse that offers a unique experience as well as the modern conveniences of running water (cold only) and electricity. Walls created from reclaimed barn materials, antique windows, beds and door, a rescued firehouse spiral staircase, vintage fridge/sink/range unit! Full of charm, and a huge departure from a conventional hotel room. Sheep, chickens, cows and hogs are your neighbors. Walk our second-year hopyard. Enjoy lovely valley views from every side.
Guests will be permitted to hike our 30+ acres of woods and trails. If they would like to, we can put guests to work on the farm (there are always chores, and projects that need done). We are more than willing to give guests a tour of the farm as well.
Interazione con gli ospiti
As hosts, we do like to meet guests (check in by 8pm) at some point. Aside from that, it's up to the guests how much interaction there will be. Past guests have culled and cleaned their own chickens to eat, mucked out livestock stalls, and some have kept to themselves for their stay. We are good with anything, our schedules permitting!
Altre cose da evidenziare
We are not yet equipped with a shower, nor heated water from the tap.
Good cellular service and internet connection, no WIFI.
Heated by woodstove, for which you will need to make and maintain a fire.
The spiral staircase is narrow.
Simple breakfast offerings of oatmeal packets, fruit&grain bars, and yogurt.
You will hear barnyard sounds!
Guests should wash dishes before departure.
Please leave the Milkhouse as you found it.
We are an organic family farm. We live on a beautiful 70 acres, 40 are pasture and 30 are gorgeous woods. We moved to upstate NY two years ago in search of more land to work and to have a larger impact on the food industry. Lindsay and I are the proud parents of 6 awesome kids. We want to bless others with what we have been blessed with, so hosting guests on our property is a great way of flexing our hospitality muscles.