We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Wondernut! The cabin was secluded, but just a short walk from the main farm, in a beautiful spot along a creekbed in the forest. It was lovely- the bed was comfortable and the cabin itself was clean and cozy. There were solar lights inside and on the porch for after dark. It was lovely to sit outside on the porch in the summer air and listen to the peeper frogs and read and stare at the beautiful star-filled sky.
The communal kitchen had everything we needed to make easy meals— a stove and a fridge, as well as a cooktop and burners, plates and utensils and pots and cooking implements. It is an outdoor-ish kitchen,
so be prepared for some flies and bees, but honestly, it’s really not bad and I was so enchanted by the whole experience of this awesome communal space with these repurposed old light fixtures and these huge sliding glass doors that it really didn’t bother me. If it bugs you, you can go eat your meals outside overlooking the barn.
Finally, being on the farm itself was such a fun time. We spent a lazy morning awwing over the baby piglets and petting the sheep and goats. It’s an active farm, so have fun watching it work! The farmers/hipcamp runners are also great— Carrie will squeeze you goats milk in your coffee straight out of the udder, and let you taste the difference between different sheeps’ milk. Matt cooked up a Wondernut-sourced burger for my husband after we got back from a long hike. Eve waited up for us to walk us to the cabin on the first night when we arrived super late.
The farm is only 3 hours from SF, and about 1.5 hours to the Valley floor. Highly, highly recommend. I would be there every month if I could! Thanks so much, guys— hope to be back soon!
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