Bring your sleeping bags and spread them out in this fun Tree House! The creek travels along the back of the pasture & is sure to lull you to sleep. During the day, you may get visits from the goats & sheep. Please be advised, this is in a livestock pasture, so there is poop in the ground. Wear your boots. You won't care. It's an awesome space!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Tree House in the Valley
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Wonderful quiet space. Brief tour from the farm's host with an invitation to follow up with any questions or needs. We are pretty private people and the host definitely gave space for us to stay that way! I greatly appreciated the option to engage more if needed. A few visits from the animals on the farm, namely a super sweet cat and the sweetest dog on earth! Also got visits in the pasture from the horses and sheep. Such a delight. The drive to hike Silver Falls was gorgeous and just far enough away to miss the hoards of people visiting the park. We will be back.
This is an amazing venue, and so much more than we expected. A true historic landmark with such happy animals (goats, sheeps, horses, ducks, and chickens all happily coexisting). Great places for all ages, and we even left with fresh goats milk! I couldn’t recommend it more highly, and was so amazed to learn more about the non profit work they do at the homestead.
Our host Adam was friendly, warm, and welcoming. He covered all the details, gave us a tour, and made sure we had what we needed. The tree house was big enough to fit four adults and two kiddos, and gave us views of the house and the hills around the farm. The sheep were friendly and all the baby ducks were adorable. Our kids loved the swings and climbing tree. Outhouses were clean. The walk from the car down to the treehouse was a little steep especially while carrying all our gear, but slow and steady got us there. We would love to come back someday!