Our "Roots" room is located on the ground floor of our celebrated 3 story Treehouse! With 2 single beds, it's a comfortable room nestled under the trees. Front porch has direct view of chickens, pigs, emus, goats, turkeys. Relax in a hammock too!
Stay in the ground floor ("Roots") of the Treehouse on our urban permaculture farm where you will encounter animals (cockatoos, emus, goats, pigs, cats, chickens), beehives, organic gardens, and a colorful community of people. The room has a private entrance and porch, near the chicken yard. Please note that roosters crow very early in the morning!
There is no air conditioning, but there are 2 fans.
Bathroom is a short walk from the room; outdoor shower under the bamboo trees is lovely and private while you are in it, but shared by other guests.
Cook in our well-equipped, outdoor Treehouse kitchen. Coffee and tea are provided.
Please arrange your arrival by 8:00 p.m., as we farmers rise early in the morning!
Accès des voyageurs
You can take part in our Sunday volleyball games, monthly vegan potluck dinners and relax in the hammocks around the farm. We sell chicken eggs, organic veggies (in season), and honey.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
Ray and I are around the farm much of the time . There is a friendly community of guests and full time residents here. You can be as engaged as you wish or find a quiet spot for a nap in a hammock.
Please arrive at the farm by 8:00 p.m.
Quiet time after 10:00 p.m.
No smoking on the farm; You can smoke on the road in front of the farm.
Please do not bring your pets.
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I moved to the farm in November, 2012, just before Ray and I celebrated our wedding in a big farm bash. Living here is delightful, waking to the sounds of roosters and turkeys. I give farm tours and nature classes at the farm and am enjoying being an airbnb host. I like joyful times shared with my family and community, including potluck vegan dinners, volleyball, lively conversations.
As a traveler I've always preferred to stay among the local people rather than in a touristy hotel. So here at the farm, I try to give guests a feeling of inclusion and an opportunity to add their own special qualities and talents to our community.