The cozy Farmhand Cabin overlooking the stream is secluded among the willow trees in the lower pasture of a working livestock farm. A tractor path leads from the road to the cabin. The cabin is a short walk to the dairy barn, farmhouse and farm kitchen. Horses, goats, sheep, cattle and chickens wake you to an incredible farm and food experience. The farm is located on a q
The cozy Farmhand Cabin overlooking the stream is secluded among the willow trees in the lower pasture of a working livestock farm. A tractor path leads from the road to the cabin. The cabin is a short walk to the dairy barn, farmhouse and farm kitchen. Horses, goats, sheep, cattle and chickens wake you to an incredible farm and food experience. The farm is located on a quiet country road.
The one-room cabin is 10 feet by 11 feet and accommodates up to two adults and two small children. To accommodate additional persons (up to two and no more), bring your own tent and bedding. There are two wide single beds. Bedding, down comforters, towels are included. The Cabin has electricity and is equipped with an electric fan/heater. It includes a refrigerator, hot plate, coffee maker, kettle, toaster oven. For outdoor cooking, there is a fire pit with a grill. Everything you need for fire pit cooking, including pans, utensils. Gather wood from the nearby woods or bring your own wood. Charcoal is not provided. Dishes, silverware, coffee and tea are included. The Cabin has an outdoor solar shower, wash sink and compost toilet. Meat and eggs, milk, granola, soup and pot pies available for purchase from the farm. Meals, prepared with the farm's meat, eggs, dairy and produce, with advance notice, can be delivered to the cabin. $55 per person for five-course dinner. $38 person for three-course dinner. Picnic lunch - $20 person. Enjoy the farm's programs and activities such as Tours and Chores, Farmer for a Day and other workshops. Advance notice needed for meals and programs. We cannot provide farm programs on Thursdays.
If you need a break from the chaos and want to wake up to horses grazing by your cabin window, if you want to sit on the cabin's porch and listen to the murmur of the stream and the bleating and lowing of sheep and cows, if you want to cuddle a lamb or pet a goat, if you want to splash in spring-fed streams and ponds and stroll through wooded pastures and wildflower meadows, if you want to be where life is simple and every breath is a reminder that there is an abundance of beauty and magic still in the world, this cabin is for YOU.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
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Biking the country roads is a wonderful experience.
Fishing at Pine Lake Environmental Center or along the Delaware River
Pine Lake, Cooperstown State Park - so many places to hike.
Several farms in the area offer riding lessons and trail rides.
Swimming at spring fed Pine Lake Environmental Center
A pair of nesting eagles are within a stone's throw from the cabin
Natural features you'll find at Farm Stay in Farmhand Cabin in New York.
Pine Lake Environmental Center is a 10 minute drive from the farm.
River, stream, or creek
The cabin is on the edge of Kortright Creek.
The cabin is on Stone & Thistle Farm
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An idyllic weekend...
Can't say enough great things about the Farmhand Cabin at the Stone and Thistle Farm! We began our stay with a farm tour which included holding furry baby chicks, bottle feeding lambs, collecting eggs, chasing around little ducks, all while constantly being surrounded by friendly guard pups at work.
The host, Denise, introduced us to the charming, homey cabin which was stocked with fire wood, kindling, several cast iron pans, eating utensils, plates, cutting boards, among other things like fishing rods and board games... Honestly, anything and everything you would ever need for an ideal camping experience.
The cabin is near a creek, which made for a beautiful and peaceful background noise, while goats and sheep roamed around the cabin. I couldn't recommend this place more for an idyllic and thoughtful getaway!
Denise also had great recommendations for some local things! Ommegang brewery and the town of Andes were both great.
We woke up in the morning to a nice sunrise and had coffee, berries, and Denise's homemade chocolate babka on the porch. Some sheep came to greet us!
Rustic farm cabin experience
The cabin was as described. This cabin would be perfect for a couple or small family looking to spend a long weekend on the farm. There is a fire pit to enjoy under the stars and a cool stream to put your feet in during the day. The cabin has a small fridge stocked with farm treats and there are all the necessary cooking utensils to prepare and serve a table clothed dinner if you wanted to do so on the picnic table. The compositing outhouse is very clean and there is an outdoor sink with potable water to drink and wash up with. Definitely take the farm tour and make arrangements to have a picnic lunch basket or dinner prepared- delicious! The owners are very accommodating and friendly but also give you plenty of privacy. Highly recommend
Charming cabin, beautiful scenery
This trip was planned as a surprise birthday gift for my husband, and to say it was the perfect getaway would be an understatement.
The cabin is rustic and simple, but has everything you could need. The outhouse was clean and tidy, and the solar shower was a new and honestly fun experience. You can shower at night and look up at the stars!
A little stream runs in front of the cabin and offers soothing background noise while cooking over the open flames of a campfire.
We even brought a hammock and hung it between two perfectly placed trees leaning out over the water. I haven’t been so relaxed in ages.
Walking about the grounds there is so much beauty to see, animals to watch, horses to stroke, and my favorite part- the farm dogs! All very friendly and cute.
The cabin is a distance from the every day happenings of the farm, but close enough that should you need anything help is near by. The owners are so very friendly and accommodating. Upon our arrival we were showed where we would be staying and given a run down of house rules and where everything was located, but we were quickly left to ourselves and never felt like our privacy was invaded.
I would gladly return tomorrow if I could.
Serene stream side farm cabin
Idyllic cabin along stream bed on gorgeous farm. The cabin is adorable and has everything you need to enjoy your time. The drawers are stocked with dishes, towels, books, glasses and the porch of the cabin has a plethora of items we found very useful and fun to use like the hot dog roasting sticks, the fishing pole, the mini grill not to mention a large box filled with matches, charcoal, lighter fluid, and more. I could have saved myself a lot of packing because everything I needed and more was already provided. There was also a great outdoor sink with sponge, dish soap, hand soap and spring water for us to use.
The cabin has 2 comfortable twin beds which my husband and I were both happy with. The small porch has a bench which we relaxed on often. We really enjoyed sitting around the fire pit, cooking our meals, and watching the amazing sunsets over the hill off in the distance. The stargazing is also incredible. We laid out every night.
Our composting toilet and outdoor shower were gorgeous and such a pleasure to have when camping.
There are 2 very friendly horses that visit a few times each day. My kids loved feeding them treats and brushing them. Walking down the driveway we visited the goats, chickens, and farm dogs often. The dogs were great with my kids.
Denise, our host, was very kind and helpful. Our farm tour was interesting and informative and my kids really enjoyed it. The especially enjoyed holding the baby ducks, and taking home fresh eggs and milk from a local dairy.
The was the most beautiful, peaceful place my family and I have ever camped and I hope we can come back again.