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State Line Bunks -The Lilac Room

SuperhostEagle Bridge, New York, États-Unis
Chambre privée dans : gîte à la ferme. Hôte : Kimberly
2 voyageurs1 chambre1 lit1 salle de bain partagée
Kimberly est un Superhost
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This room is on the 2nd floor of a 200 yr old cape farm house. It has a double bed, bedside table and lamp, and a chair for your luggage. This East facing dormered room gets first light in the fall, winter and early spring, but dappled sunlight once the Maple trees leaf out. The room is on a working farm, so you will see chickens, alpacas, and a turkey named Thomas. The bathroom is on the first floor, right at the foot of the stairs, and is shared with the host. Views in every direction!

Le logement
Just outside your room, in a common area, there is a microwave, minifridge, and an electric teapot. Instant coffee sticks, microwave popcorn, bottled water, and some chocolates are at the ready. Bring your own favorites as well. The space is set up for your morning coffee, and for heating up any leftovers you've brought home with you.
If you need something that is not in the common area, the host's kitchen is at the foot of the stairs, feel free to ask for anything missing!

Accès des voyageurs
Guests have access to the mudroom, bathroom and the entire upstairs. The kitchen is easily accessible if you need anything, please ask and I can accommodate.

Autres remarques
Every season holds its own special joy. Feb-Apr: We're between winter and mud seasons, which is the start of the Maple season.
Apr-May: Time to get the bees up and going and shear the alpacas. Also, time to order the meat birds, so there are usually 100+ chicks to be fed and watered a couple times a day.
Jun-Aug: Make hay while the sun shines! Mow, ted, bale and stack it away. It is a harvest time in late summer. Picking, canning, & freezing are priorities. However, tubing the Battenkill is my favorite part of this season!!
Sep-Nov: Hunker down for the winter months ahead, but of course enjoy the crisp cool nights of fall. It's a great time for splitting wood and stacking firewood, since you keep warm by the work. It is also a good time to breed alpacas. They are flush from the lush summer and have plenty of stored energy to grow a lovely cria for next year.
Dec-Feb: It is winter. A great time to visit friends, watch the best of the season's football, and go skiing & snowshoeing. It is also a great season for cooking!
This room is on the 2nd floor of a 200 yr old cape farm house. It has a double bed, bedside table and lamp, and a chair for your luggage. This East facing dormered room gets first light in the fall, winter and early spring, but dappled sunlight once the Maple trees leaf out. The room is on a working farm, so you will see chickens, alpacas, and a turkey named Thomas. The bathroom is on the first floor, right at th…

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Chambre 1
1 lit double

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Sèche-linge
Équipements de base
Parking gratuit sur place
Cintres
Espace de travail pour ordinateur
Détecteur de fumée
Fer à repasser
Lave-linge
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone

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Eagle Bridge, New York, États-Unis

I live in the most beautiful place in the world! I am on a dead-end dirt road. My neighbors live here for the same reasons I do; peace quiet, agriculture, and the pastoral views. Do you know Grandma Moses? Well, what she painted is all around us. Take it in!

Also, as a farmer, you're always concerned about,"What if the animals got out?!". Well, if they got out here, they would just stick around. There are no cars to hit them, just some deer and coyotes to haggle them. A llama named Antonio in with the female alpacas helps ensure a degree of protection, but he eats a lot. A fair compromise.
I live in the most beautiful place in the world! I am on a dead-end dirt road. My neighbors live here for the same reasons I do; peace quiet, agriculture, and the pastoral views. Do you know Grandma Moses?…

Proposé par Kimberly

Membre depuis novembre 2018
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A Scientist, Engineer, Educator and Sustainable Farm-steader, I enjoy sharing the beautiful Southern Washington County experience with passers through and vacationers alike. State Line Bunks is a modest 200 yr old home, but warm, inviting, and comfortable. It is suitable for kids 5 yrs and older. Come stay for a bit! Big Red is the name of my farm, and "Quality Begets Quality" is my tag line. If you want top quality chicken, eggs, turkey, honey, maple syrup, or alpaca fiber then Big Red is the place to come. It also happens to be in the heart of Grandma Moses Country, thus surrounded by stunning pastoral views! From the Monks of New Skete's German Shepherds, the Nuns of New Skete's Cheesecake, King's Donuts on Sunday mornings, Two Gals Diner, Battenkill Books, Round House Cafe and Bakery, and the cultural arts at the Hubbard Hall enclave in downtown Cambridge, to tubing & fishing on the famous Battenkill, skiing Willard, Bromley, Stratton or Killington, stopping in for a meal and a pint at Brown's Brewing in Hoosick or Argyle Brewing at the Depot in Cambridge, picking up some beekeeping supplies at Better Bee in Greenwich, finding Grandma Moses prints and memorabilia in the local Antique shops, to the cornucopia of farm fresh veggies, fruits, meats, eggs, cheeses, ice cream & dairy products, wines, maple syrup, honey, hops, and cut flowers Washington County has everything you could possibly want! Add in the quaint and vibrant city of Bennington, VT just 8 miles East of here, where you find the movie theatres, bowling allies, fine restaurants, and glass and pottery arts. Up the road a bit explore all of the outlet shopping of Manchester, VT, then head 30 miles west to attend a ballet or concert at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, or catch a few hours of thoroughbred or flat track racing in Saratoga Springs, NY. When you go through Schuylerville be sure to stop at Amigo's Cantina for an authentic south of the border meal, a variety of top notch margheritas and outstanding dessert selections. Let us know what YOU liked best about your farm stay in White Creek, NY!
A Scientist, Engineer, Educator and Sustainable Farm-steader, I enjoy sharing the beautiful Southern Washington County experience with passers through and vacationers alike. State…
Pendant votre séjour
I am in and out throughout your stay, doing chores, running errands, working the farm. I love meeting new people and I love the farm. If you would like a farm tour, just ask. I am an Ag. & Science Educator and love answering gquestions. You are welcome to help with chores if you choose, so bring appropriate clothing and footwear.
I am in and out throughout your stay, doing chores, running errands, working the farm. I love meeting new people and I love the farm. If you would like a farm tour, just ask. I…
Kimberly est Superhost
Les Superhosts sont des hôtes qui bénéficient de très bonnes évaluations et s'engagent à offrir d'excellents séjours aux voyageurs.
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Arrivée : 15:00 - 22:00
Départ : 12:00
Ne convient pas aux bébés (moins de 2 ans)
Non fumeur
Pas de fête ni de soirée
Animaux de compagnie acceptés
Sécurité et logement
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Détecteur de fumée

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