Farmstay U.S. Blog

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Welcome New Members - April 2012

We were pleased to welcome four new members to the site in April! Introducing...

Zion Hill Farm and Gardens, Preston, Connecticut

Zion Hill Farm

This 200 acre farm, located about 30 minutes north of Mystic, Connecticut, features alpacas, donkeys, and chickens, and is home to a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) enterprise. Guests enjoy hiking along the Quinebaug River, or just relaxing around the farm.

Zion Hill Farm can accommodate up to 4 guests in a private bedroom and bath. A full breakfast each morning is included and features fresh eggs and produce from the garden. Children under 12 are welcome, as are pets, and wedding parties.

 

Three Bear Holler, Clyde, North Carolina

Three Bear Holler

Situated on sixty private acres in the Smoky Mountains of Western North Carolina, Three Bear Holler's settlers cabins are full of vintage charm. Dating back to the late 1800s and early 1900s, they've been lovingly restored with modern amenities. The farm raises their own beef, chicken, vegetables, fruit trees, honeybees, and berries.

The two cabins at Three Bear Holler can accommodate up to 4 guests. Meals are self prepared in the full kitchen, and parties and other groups or special events are welcome.

 

Hoehn Bend Farm, Sedro-Wooley, Washington

Hoehn Bend Farm

This small working farm in Skagit County, Washington, is home to a developing herd of heritage Irish Dexter cattle (the smallest breed of cattle) and Shetland sheep. Add in a friendly pot-bellied pig, barn cats, and a Collie puppy, and guests enjoy a fun, active farm experience.

Hoehn Ben Farm can accommodate up to 6 guests in their remodeled farm house. Meals are self prepared in the full kitchen. Children under 12 are welcome, as are parties and special events.

 

 

D.A.'s "US" Organic Farm, Pleasant Hill, Oregon

D.A.s US Organic

This 100 acre organic farm, located near the Willamette National Forest, grows organic forage crops and practices intensive management grazing for livestock. Guests may help with daily chores, such as feeding rabbits, horses, and barn cats, and preparing soil for planting.

Guests enjoy lodge style accommodations with private master bedrooms, with a capacity of up to 18. Meals are served family style. Children under 12 are welcome. The farm allows weddings, parties, and other events, and guests may bring horses or pets.

2 comments for “Welcome New Members - April 2012”

  1. Gravatar of VioletskyVioletsky
    Posted Monday, May 14, 2012 at 9:21:33 PM

    I want to vist a lavender farm. Is there a way to search for a certain kind of farm?

  2. Posted Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 10:03:26 AM

    Hi there! On our search page (http://www.farmstayus.com/search), you can click on "show more search options" to find several types of things to search on, such as amenities, food, and activities.

    We don't really have a way that you could narrow the search to a lavender farm, however, if you go up to your url window and type www.farmstayus.com, then a space, then the word lavender, your browser should return an internet search for you. You can do this with any word or phrase if you can't find it on our search page!

    Just one word of caution, sometimes the internet results are out of date. I see that most of the farms that come back in a search for "lavender" are no longer on our site. Mountain Farm is, though, so if you want to go to North Carolina, check them out! (http://www.farmstayus.com/farm/North Carolina/Mountain_Farm)

    Thanks for writing!

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