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The Forest Farmstead

· Poulsbo, Washington
2 acres
1 site
1 Lodging
We are slowly converting our beloved multi-generational family home into a sustainable organic permaculture farm with an edible food forest.  We are replenishing the forest with wild edible native plant and herbs, planting hugelkultur organic permaculture gardens and preparing the land for future farm animals. Your stay with us is helping us nurture the land and nourish our family & community!
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Poulsbo, Washington, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Brittney B.Joined in July 2019
2 ratings · 3 reviews
Aubrey G.recommends
May 8, 2021
Tiny House by Farm, Forest & Sea
Sweet and Cozy Farmstead Stay
The Tiny House is nestled into the corner of Brittney's property - with a cozy nook that includes a fire pit, outdoor chairs and a hammock. The house itself is beautiful and very well crafted, homey touches of fresh flowers and farm fresh goodies were there when we arrived. Brittney is very sweet host and made sure we had everything we needed- she is very knowledgable about permaculture and is passionate about regenerative living. We had the opportunity to milk goats and gather eggs from the chickens- a wonderful experience for anyone who is interested in small scale farming and regenerative community.
Ivan L.recommends
February 16, 2020
Cedar Cabin | The Forest Farmstead
The cabin is fantastic with a hint of cedar smell. The well water that comes from the tap at the tap was very good. Only inconvenience is going to the main house for the restroom (which is shared, but also clearly communicated on the listing).
Colleen K.recommends
January 21, 2020
Cedar Cabin | The Forest Farmstead
Restful sanctuary
This tiny cabin is the perfect place to get away for a weekend, rest and unplug. My wife and I slept 12 hours a night on the comfortable mattress, and we loved how quiet it was. The winter was a great time to visit, but Brittany has lots of plans for her micro farm that would be fun to visit in the summer. Highly recommended.
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