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New Leaf Organics

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· Bristol, Addison, Vermont
5 acres hosted by Jill K.
1 lodging site
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Off-leash friendly
Pets can be off-leash at this Hipcamp.
Farm store
Offers products directly sourced or produced on the farm.
Amazing views
Hipcampers say this spot has amazing views.
We've been farming here for 16 years, growing 5 acres of vegetables and flowers, all marketed within 50 miles of the farm. The farm sits on 90 acres right up against the Hogbacks and is only 5 miles from quaint Bristol village and tons of outdoor recreation opportunities. Our cozy, private, rustic mountain yurt is a 30’ foot space located in an upper field tucked into a wooded hillside. Views facing east are great for watching the sunrise and a kitchen and outhouse mean you’ve got everything you need to get out of town for a few days.* The location provides a serene, intimate getaway for couples, artists or anyone looking for a bit of mindful downtime and introspection. The yurt is insulated and heated by a wood stove. It is equipped with a full-sized bed, couch, breakfast table with four chairs and night table. Linens included. Surrounding fields are available for tent camping should you want to host a larger event and use the yurt for its kitchen and gathering space (the furniture can be removed). The yurt and its verdant surroundings are great for day-long wellness retreats, sound baths, yoga workshops, art classes and more. Farm tours, floral workshops and personalized catered meals by Blossom Kitchen and Catering, the on-site vegetarian kitchen, are available upon request for delivery to the yurt with at least two days’ notice.  This is a perfect relaxation spot for bikers and hikers - Just beyond the yurt you can enjoy, or even help to improve newly constructed mountain biking trails Addison County Bike Club’s members have been working on. Rivers and lakes with swimming holes are an easy drive away, as is the charming mountain village of Bristol, with a fully stocked supermarket, two breweries, restaurants of all price ranges, shops and more. We are 30 minutes from the Burlington International Airport, and the closest Amtrak train station in Rutland is an hour drive. It is best to arrive before sunset. Please do not arrive in the middle of the night.Our cozy, private, rustic mountain yurt is a 30’ foot space located in an upper field tucked into a wooded hillside. Views facing east are great for watching the sunrise and a kitchen and outhouse mean you’ve got everything you need to get out of town for a few days.* The location provides a serene, intimate getaway for couples, artists or anyone looking for a bit of mindful downtime and introspection. The yurt is insulated and heated by a wood stove. It is equipped with a full-sized bed, couch, breakfast table with four chairs and night table. Linens included. Surrounding fields are available for tent camping should you want to host a larger event and use the yurt for its kitchen and gathering space (the furniture can be removed). The yurt and its verdant surroundings are great for day-long wellness retreats, sound baths, yoga workshops, art classes and more. Farm tours, floral workshops and personalized catered meals by Blossom Kitchen and Catering, the on-site vegetarian kitchen, are available upon request for delivery to the yurt with at least two days’ notice.  This is a perfect relaxation spot for bikers and hikers - Just beyond the yurt you can enjoy, or even help to improve newly constructed mountain biking trails Addison County Bike Club’s members have been working on. Rivers and lakes with swimming holes are an easy drive away, as is the charming mountain village of Bristol, with a fully stocked supermarket, two breweries, restaurants of all price ranges, shops and more. We are 30 minutes from the Burlington International Airport, and the closest Amtrak train station in Rutland is an hour drive. It is best to arrive before sunset. Please do not arrive in the middle of the night. * Solar shower available upon request
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Lauren B.recommends
May 5, 2024
Cozy Mountain Yurt on Organic Farm
We had a very nice time at the yurt. Slept well, enjoyed the beautiful night sky, and felt like we were in the middle of a bird sanctuary. It was a lovely weekend!
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Laura M.recommends
April 29, 2024
Cozy Mountain Yurt on Organic Farm
Classic Vermont Farm
The yurt was quite private with good views of the farm, mountain and the well traveled trail up the mountain. Loved the boardwalk access to the kitchen shed with electricity and the close walk to the outhouse.
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Allison E.recommends
April 22, 2024
Cozy Mountain Yurt on Organic Farm
The yurt was so cozy and it was a complete nature bath of bird sounds, rocks, and trees. It was lovely!!
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Briana B.recommends
April 3, 2024
Cozy Mountain Yurt on Organic Farm
A cute and cozy spot! The wood stove was an especially nice touch and kept us warm during cold nights.
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Marissa L.recommends
January 26, 2024
Cozy Mountain Yurt on Organic Farm
The yurt stay was so wonderful, the perfect getaway for my partner and I! Everything was very clean, relaxing and cozy
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Samantha P.recommends
December 3, 2023
Cozy Mountain Yurt on Organic Farm
Fantastic yurt, perfect location
Quaint, charming, and cozy! My partner and I brought our dog and cat up from Boston to this gorgeous destination to unplug for the weekend after Thanksgiving. It was everything we were hoping for, and more! We arrived at what seemed like just the perfect time, before a steep temperature dive and sleety rain came through. We had just enough daylight to get the fire started in the wood stove (if you’re not comfortable using one the host has a very helpful sign posted to walk you through it), and immediately the yurt became a cozy, warm respite. I’d recommend stopping before you arrive to grab a few cords of kiln dried firewood to make sure you can get that fire going quickly! We brought our Thanksgiving with us, the kitchen had everything we needed, including a full size oven, small fridge, various pots and pans, and utensils. 4 days was not nearly enough time spent. There are trails to hike, bike, or cross country ski. There is a bustling town nearby (Bristol) full of the kindest people we’ve met in a while. The cafe, marketplace, and antique store were all favorites of ours. Bristol has quickly become a new favorite destination of ours, this will definitely not be our last time visiting.
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Bristol, Addison, Vermont, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Wabanaki (Dawnland Confederacy) and N’dakina (Abenaki / Abénaquis) First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Jill K.Joined in April 2018
Response rate: 100%
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