***November 20, 2020 update:
As the warm weather comes to an end, we have been tucking the farm in for winter; making sure our soils are covered with cover crops to avoid erosion and adding extra bedding and windbreaks for our animals. Because our water lines are seasonal, if your trip is occurring during sub-freezing weather, the sinks and shower will be shut down to
***November 20, 2020 update:
As the warm weather comes to an end, we have been tucking the farm in for winter; making sure our soils are covered with cover crops to avoid erosion and adding extra bedding and windbreaks for our animals. Because our water lines are seasonal, if your trip is occurring during sub-freezing weather, the sinks and shower will be shut down to avoid freeze damage. If the water is off, we will make sure to stock the house with jugs of potable water for drinking, cleaning, and cooking!***
We are currently accepting bookings, despite the ongoing threat from Covid-19 and are taking extra care to make your stay at the farm as safe as possible. We will adhere to any and all social distancing practices suggested or required by the State of NY and the CDC, and will strive to make check in processes as contact-free as possible. Of course, we'll be on site to help with any problems or questions that arise during your stay. We are also limiting the farm to one campsite to eliminate the shared composting toilet and will be sanitizing the surfaces in the tiny house with bleach between bookings.
Please note that Long Lot Farm Brewery continues to adhere to NYS mandates and while their outdoor space are open for sit-down beer and food, you will be required to wear a mask while not seated at a table. The indoor portion of the brewery remains closed for seating. You are more than welcome to take beer "to-go" (200 feet) to your campsite and consume it there!
-Thanks for your ongoing understanding; we're looking forward to hosting you!
Experience Going Tiny in our 224 square foot tiny house located on Peace and Carrots Farm. Immersed within a 5 acre working vegetable farm and within a minute’s walk of our neighbors, Long Lot Farm Brewery, the Aderyn Glas (bluebird) feels very much a part of our farm community.
Inside you’ll find two bedrooms, kitchen and living room. The downstairs bedroom has a comfy full size bed and the upstairs room has a twin. There is also a deep couch that could be used to sleep on, if your group has 4 people. With plenty of windows and lots of lighting, Aderyn Glas feels very bright and open!
(Please note that due to the nature of lofted tiny living, the upstairs bedroom is not appropriate for very small children.) There is a propane stove, coffee pot, and cold running water and the kitchen is stocked with basic cooking tools. There is also a firepit with a grate and free firewood as well as a small charcoal grill (bring your own charcoal).
The bathroom is a bright composting toilet outhouse outside of the house, with a hand washing sink inside the outhouse! We make sure it is empty before your visit and always make sure to have spare supplies on hand.
Our outdoor shower is new for the 2020 season and features an on-demand hot water heater for unlimited warm showers! We do not provide towels or toiletries, so please make sure to bring your own! Please note that once we enter into cold weather with freezing (or close to freezing) temperatures, the shower will be shut down for the season. Our outdoor water lines are usually closed by the end of October, though occasionally, the weather will stay warm for longer.
The area is very quiet in the evenings, especially after the brewery closes at 9 pm and the stars are very bright in our little valley, even with how close we are located to New York City.
Stay at the farm and experience glamping at its finest and enjoy all the Hudson Valley has to offer!
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
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Beautiful tiny house near hikes!
Aderyn Glas overlooks farm rows with swallows and sunsets. This spot is an amazing gem for a rather luxurious outside getaway. The tiny home is actually quite spacious with two bedrooms and an open sitting/cooking area. We had no problem fitting 4 friends in the space. The composting toilet was new and pleasant. The brewery - just steps away - had delicious beer and cider that we could take back to drink in front of our fire. Our host, Laura, accepted us on short notice for a holiday weekend. My group really appreciated her hospitality despite a busy schedule. We also opted for a farm tour where she walked us through her farm's history and her family's history in dairy farming. 100% recommend especially if you'd like to get in some beautiful day hikes or swimming at nearby parks.
Stay at this charming spot for some solitude, sweet energy, & great hospitality. Laura was informative, responsive, & kind. When we asked for dry firewood (there had been a torrential downpour), we received said wood plus a campfire cooking grate. Be sure to roam around, buy a dozen eggs, and do your best to locate where the faint mooing is originating from.
Lovely but a but grimy
My friends and I (group of 3) were pleasantly surprised by the place. It's small, cute and very cozy. We quickly made ourselves at home.
However, some of the surfaces were dirty and sticky. Someone else's sheets were on the beds and the compost toilet was un-emptied upon arrival. We spent some time sweeping and wiping down the surfaces, doorknobs and light switches.
Other than that, we had a lovely time. Laura was kind enough to bring us firewood and we had a small one going while we ate outside, under the string lights. The outdoor shower was a nice touch.
Nature getaway close to home
This was my first time using hipcamp and can I just say I will definitely be using it more! Me, my boyfriend, and two friends camp to Laura's lovely farm for six days. We're from New Jersey so the drive there wasn't that difficult (2-3 hour drive) and convenient with how close it was. Laura was very responsive online whenever I had questions. Thank you so much for taking the time to respond to all of them. The cabin is located on her farm located right next to a brewery with hand-brewed drinks and a food truck that was serving pizza at the time. It's at a reasonable distance and we still had our privacy. I regret not being able to take the farm tour but will jump on that opportunity next time! Laura allowed us to walk around her fields to explore. We were able to say hi to her goats from a distance as well. When we arrived I noticed the compost toilet had not been emptied but upon notifying Laura she had it emptied out as well as replacing our propane for the hot shower. I even accidentally locked ourselves out of the cabin at night and she came to the rescue to let us back in. (Thank you again so much for that) There is a nearby outlet mall 15 minutes away and Harriman state park was 30 minutes away. We even went to the local farmer's market down the road called "Roe's Orchard" to try some locally grown veggies and fruit. My friend and I ended up eating their fresh corn three days in a row. I would recommend this place to anyone and I look forward to coming again in the future
Beautiful site for family adventure
We stayed here with our two children (one slept in the loft and one in a little nest on the floor in the first-floor bedroom). It was a great place for some low-key adventure: watching the chickens and even helping to gather eggs, walking on the farm roads for a beautiful view from the top of the hill, meeting some cows and goats, playing board games in the cozy house while a thunder storm passed through, enjoying the offerings of Long Lot Brewery (including maple candy), and just generally unplugging and relaxing in a beautiful place. Our three-year-old was particularly delighted with the composting toilet.
Definitely buy some delicious farm eggs to use in breakfast preparations in the cute, efficient little kitchen! We made some delicious pancakes...
We can't wait to come back soon.
Pleasant short stay on the farm
This was a great little place to stay! They did a great job setting this up! I was impressed with the ingenuity of the place. I was in town for some training 45mins away and this was exactly what I needed/wanted.
Some warm suggestions ide make would be mowing or weeding of the site and maybe clearing the area of project/work stations or just relocating the tiny home to the other side of the farm (more private). The other would be screens for the big window above the sink (and knobs) as well as for the small window between the coffee pot and front door and a screen for the front door. As it is summer it would have been much better for air flow to cool the tiny home down without letting all the bugs in.
Thank you for allowing me to stay here and accommodating my two children and husband a bit last minute ❤️✌️🌼
We spent just one night in the farm’s tiny house and had a lovely time! Though the brewery wasn’t open on a Wednesday, there was another brewery in Chester (5 minutes away) where we stopped for a pint and brought back some cans to go with our dinner which we cooked in the spacious kitchen and ate outside as the sun set and the fireflies started to come out.
As the rain pounded on the roof, we snuggled into the comfortable bed and reveled in the silence of the country!
The composting toilet was neat and clean and our hosts has recently installed a hand washing sink! Luxury!
Comfy, cute, clean and highly recommended!
My boyfriend and I (both college students) had a great weekend get away . The tiny house was right on the farm/ brewery, but it still felt very private and peaceful. Waking up to the beautiful agriculture and roosters each morning was a pleasant surprise. Lots of great hiking and scenery in the area as well. Also, don't forget to bring linens, kitchen towels if you plan on cooking, and cash to buy produce from the farm stand.