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Bring your friends and pitch a tent!

Choose from the following:

PRIMITIVE (this listing): Go off-grid for just $10/tent.

UTILITY (see other listings): Set up near electric and water hook-ups for $15/tent.

GLAMPING (see other listing): Pitch your tent or hammock on the covered porch, includes water and electric, for $20/night.

All tent sites are an additional $5 for each person over the age of 15.

No Pets, please!


Le logement
Salles de bain : 2
Type de lit : Matelas pneumatique
Chambres : 1
Lit : 1
Arrivée : 13:00 - 21:00
Départ : 11:00
Animal sur place : Chien(s), Chat(s) et Autres animaux
Type de logement : Logement entier

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : 5€ / nuit après le premier voyageur
Conditions d'annulation : Strictes

Description

Bring your friends and pitch a tent!

Choose from the following:

PRIMITIVE (this listing): Go off-grid for just $10/tent.

UTILITY (see other listings): Set up near electric and water hook-ups for $15/tent.

GLAMPING (see other listing): Pitch your tent or hammock on the covered porch, includes water and electric, for $20/night.

All tent sites are an additional $5 for each person over the age of 15.

No Pets, please!

WINTER SPECIAL (November 1 - March 4):
Rent Sunday - Tuesday, get Wednesday for FREE!
Rent Friday and Saturday, get Thursday for FREE!

Reserve ALL the days you plan to stay and we'll adjust the rate after you book. Please note, once the temperature drops below freezing, we have to close the bath house so the pipes don't freeze. An outhouse will be available, but no shower facilities.

HomeGrown HideAways is a hundred acre holler in the beautiful Red Lick Valley near Berea, Ky. We have all the good (beautiful views, babbling brook, hiking trails) and the bad (insects, noisy roosters, poison ivy) that nature has to offer so come prepared. We recommend hiking boots, bug spray, and jackets for cool nights.

Kids 15 and under are no additional charge.

Feel free to wander around the farm and check out the scenery. There is a 1.5 mile hiking trail that encompasses the property along with a variety of side-trails (be sure to watch out for poison ivy!). We have a small playground with swings for the kids (and kids at heart). We also have two disc golf baskets and discs plus a croquet set you are welcome to set up. If you're feeling adventurous, our canoe is available for rent.

For your convenience, there is an outbuilding equipped with a phone and kitchen appliances that you are welcome to use as long as you clean up after yourself. We also have 4 fire-pits on the farm (a large, communal one near the pavilion, one near the Yome, an above-ground metal fire-pit in the RV/Treehouse/Glampsite area, and one up on the mountain. We ask that you make use of these instead of making your own, otherwise our farm looks like it has chicken pox from all the ground-fires. You are also welcome to bring your own above-ground fire container such as a grill or patio fire-pit. Wood can be gathered from our 80 acres of forest.

We have a shared-use bath house for all of our guests that is available from April through October (or whenever temperatures are predicted to fall below freezing). It features 4 flushing toilets and 2 solar-heated showers. We do provide toilet paper, but not towels or toiletries. For our winter guests, we built two outhouses (one near the yome and one in the RV area), but showers will not be available.

At the end of our road (about a half mile past our driveway), there is a small pond with a dock that folks have been known to swim in. In the other direction is a large reservoir that you pass on your way to our farm. The reservoir falls in the jurisdiction of Fish & Wildlife and has No Trespassing signs posted, but no one will report you as long as you aren't being disrespectful and leaving trash everywhere. Locals are often seen boating, fishing, and occasionally swimming, but be aware that there are usually cows upstream and snapping turtles enjoy the locale. We recommend closed-toe shoes or sandals when swimming in ponds.

All of our neighbors are friendly and accustomed to us having frequent guests so feel free to say hello if you see them out and about. Many of them will talk your ear right off with all the stories about our holler.

The residents of HomeGrown HideAways recognize that you're probably visiting our farm to escape the daily hustle and bustle of regular life and might be looking for some peace and quiet away from other humans. No worries! While you are likely to see residents puttering around the farm doing chores, you're under no obligation to make chit-chat with us (unless, of course, you need something). On the flip-side, we'll never turn away anyone that wants to keep us company while we weed the garden!

We are a working farm so sometimes you can expect to hear things like tractors, chainsaws, roosters, barking dogs, coyotes, etc. We can't do anything about the roosters or coyotes, but if you want a relaxing afternoon nap in the hammock, just let us know and we'll work on quieter chores.

Tater Knob pottery is less than 2.5 miles from the farm. If you don't want to drive, it's a nice walk or, if our bikes are functioning properly, you can go for a ride. Tater Knob open Monday - Saturday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Speaking of bikes, HomeGrown HideAways is just a short jaunt away from the TransAmerican Bicycle Trail. During the summer, you are quite likely to see folks riding through the hills and enjoying the scenery. Sometimes they even come stay with us!

HomeGrown HideAways is about 20 minutes from Berea, 30 minutes from Richmond, and an hour from Lexington. The nearest store is the Big Hill Store about 6 miles away, but don't plan to get your 6-pack there since we are in a dry part of the county. The closest liquor store is Monty's in Richmond so plan ahead if you want to enjoy a beer at the campfire.

Prepare to UNPLUG. There is no cell phone or internet reception at our place. Occasionally, some folks are able to catch a brief signal, but don't plan to digital access. The closest place to get a decent signal is at the cemetery near the reservoir. There is a telephone you can use in our concession stand.


Règlement intérieur
Non fumeur
Ne convient pas aux animaux
L'heure d'entrée dans les lieux est 13:00 - 21:00.

- Kids 15 and under are free.
- The bath-house is available from April through October (or whenever temperatures are predicted to fall below freezing). It features 4 flushing toilets and 2 solar-heated showers. We do provide toilet paper, but not towels or toiletries. For our winter guests, we are in the process of building two outhouses (one near the yome and one in the RV area), but showers will not be available.
- For your convenience, there is an outbuilding equipped with kitchen appliances (fridge, stove, oven, microwave, coffee-maker, sink, some dishes) and a telephone that you are welcome to use.
- We have 4 fire locations for guests to use. Firewood can be collected from the 80 acres of forest surrounding our farm.
- Please leave your pets at home. In addition to the native wildlife, we have dogs, cats, chickens, and roosters to keep you company.
- We have a small playground with swings for the kids (and kids at heart). We also have two disc golf baskets and discs plus a croquet set you are welcome to set up. If you're feeling adventurous, our canoe is available for rent. We also have a 1.5 mile hiking loop on the property.
- Pack it in, pack it out. Recycling and composting bins are available on the farm, but trash must be taken with you when you leave since we do not have regular trash service on the farm.
- Clean up after yourself. If you cook in the kitchen, do not leave dirty dishes that can attract critters (we have enough of those out here).
- Be respectful and responsible. Fireworks and guns are not permitted. Loud, belligerent drunkenness won't be tolerated. Have fun, but don't be disorderly. Remember, this is our home and we want it to be yours when you visit.


Disponibilité
Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

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HomeGrown HideAways

HomeGrown HideAways

Berea, Kentucky, États-Unis · Membre depuis juillet 2014

WINTER SPECIAL (November 1 - March 4):
Rent Sunday - Tuesday, get Wednesday for FREE!
Rent Friday and Saturday, get Thursday for FREE!

Reserve ALL the days you plan to stay and we'll adjust the rate after you book. Please note, once the temperature drops below freezing, we have to close the bath house so the pipes don't freeze. An outhouse will be available, but no shower facilities.

HomeGrown HideAways is a hundred-acre holler near Berea, Ky. It is owned and operated by Nathan & Jessa Turner, Jessa's mom, and a variety of pets and wildlife.

The farm's bath house is open from April through October (or whenever we start to get predictions for freezing temps) and features 4 flush toilets and 2 solar-heated showers. We are building outhouses for winter guests, but won't be able to offer showers at this time.

There is also an outbuilding equipped with a telephone (no cell service here) and kitchen appliances (oven, stove, fridge, microwave, coffee maker, sink, and a few dishes) that are available for guests to use.

We have hiking trails, four fire pits, and a neighbor's pond for swimming. We do not have tv, internet, or cell reception. There are as many stars as there are bugs so come prepared for both!

We ask that you leave your pets at home, but you are welcome to snuggle ours (except that rooster - he's a mean one!). We love sharing our beautiful farm and hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

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