Welcoming, comfortable and green; three words that describe Perry Family Farm quite well. Originally from England, the Perry family moved to Vermont for the rural lifestyle. They purchased farm land and started building what is now a beautiful farm house on a working farm. Their goal is to produce locally grown food for their community and provide a memorable experience for their guests all while embracing good environmental practices. This small diverse farm can be found nestled in the Green Mountains of Central Vermont.
FARM STAY ACCOMMODATIONS
Perry Family Farm offers a fully equipped one bedroom apartment with modern conveniences. There is also the option of a bunk bed in the main living area for children and another room on the top floor with a private bathroom. One of the greatest treats of their apartment is the beautiful view from the private deck and upstairs bedroom.
No matter which season you’re planning your next getaway, you’ll find enjoyment here at Perry Family Farm. Come in spring and you’ll get to see and play with the new piglets, lambs and calves in the field. Summers offer fresh farm cooked BBQs, garden produce, warm evenings and starlit nights. Does waking up to a brisk and colorful autumn morning sound like the perfect getaway? Then you’ve found a great place to enjoy the chilled mornings and beautiful fall foliage. If snow shoeing, skiing and a warm and cozy romantic night in is your ideal vacation then Vermont’s snow covered winters and a stay at Perry Family Farm should be next on your list.
Perry Family Farm offers a variety of meats and produce for purchase including pork, lamb, beef, chicken, duck, goose, guinea fowl, eggs, honey, pullets and preserves.
Eco-friendly, relaxing and country charm are just a few reasons guests appreciate a stay at the Perry Family Farm.
“The Perry Farm is absolutely beautiful! Plenty of warm water, heat, wonderful kitchen for cooking, and they provided delicious Vermont coffee and milk. A nice scenic drive through the back roads of Warren and you're at Sugarbush.” – Rachel
“I cut the duck into parts, slow roasted the carcass for about 2 hours to render the fat out. Then I cooked the legs and the wings slow and low until the meat was falling off the bone. There is nothing better than duck cooked in its own fat. Then I pan seared the breast, finished them in the oven to medium rare and served with a blood orange, ginger, balsamic reduction. Served the whole thing with fresh steamed green beans and a medley of roasted carrots, parsnips and butternut squash. You would have been proud. It was fantastic!” – Rebecca
“We loved staying on James and Laura's farm -- only wish the stay could have been longer! The apartment was so comfortable with a great gas range stove, big refrigerator, plenty of living space and an ultra-comfy bed. We had access to their veggie garden and they provided us with farm eggs, coffee & bread for breakfast.” - Julia
||“Perry Family Farm LLC is committed to protecting the environment, the health and safety of our employees, and the community in which we conduct our business. It is our policy to seek improvements throughout our business operations to lesson our impact on the local and global environment by conserving energy, water and other natural resources; reducing waste generation; recycling and purchasing recycled-content products; and reducing our use of toxic materials or production of toxic products and byproducts. We are committed to environmental excellence and pollution prevention through continual improvement and meeting or exceeding all environmental regulatory requirements.”
For more information and reservations visit the Perry Family Farm Stay profile or their website.
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