You'll stay at the top of a hill with a beautiful view. We are a smallish farmstead with plenty of animals to hang out with. In season there are eggs from turkeys, guineas, and chickens included, as well as whatever you'd like to pick from our gardens! The roosters and tom turkeys will wake you, but not too early, we promise! You're welcome to join us for a chef cooked breakfast, to find out about the best places in the area for whatever you might enjoy! There are plenty of hiking trails, water falls, lakes, antique stores, and of course, there's Ithaca, the closest you'll get to the progressive feel of the Pacific Northwest without the 10 hour flight!
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out Weeknight discount: 40% off
The vibe at Three Cedars Farmstead
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If you're an animal lover, you'll be right at home here. The property is teeming with life. Cats, dogs, chickens, sheep, turkeys all roam the property, so expect a few very friendly visitors throughout out visit. By far the cutest visitors were baby goats. Jules was very welcoming and allowed us to visit as many of the animals as we liked. She even offered her kitchen and gave us a dozen farm eggs from the farm as a parting gift!
The property itself is off a road that has barely any traffic. Besides the areas near the house and the grazing fields, the property is pretty raw. There are no defined or manicured sites on the property and we were invited to find a spot we liked and set up. The property is on a slope, but then levels off a bit near a grazing field where we set up. Even though the property is large, you will be able to see the house from most areas.
Due to the hot weather, we were asked to use the communal fire pit near the house. There are no other fire rings or pits on the property that we observed so we had to take a trip down from our site to cook/hang out by the fire. There was plenty of dead branches to burn but no logs so plan ahead if you'd like to use logs.
Overall a great site. Thanks for having us!