One of a kind sunrises and sunsets from our 85-acre organic Sandiwood Farm with 360 degree mountain views. Magical moon rises and sets, too.
Many types of “glamping” accommodations, We have 5 tiny houses ranging from 40. - 75./night as well as tent sites in breathtaking fields or the enchanting sugar bush (maple orchard) or by the pond. A communal summer kitchen, outhouses and stocked fire pits with some solar lights and picnic tables are on site.
We host Farm to Fork dinners and other farm events, plus a few weddings each season. Organic produce and maple syrup are sold on the farm. We also raise hemp and saffron. Wind power is a source of energy for our farm.
Campers have the opportunity to harvest their own meal, tour the old-timey working sugarbush, hike, bike, swim, pedal, paddle, relax, eat well, and visit numerous breweries, spirit & wine makers, cheese caves, farmers markets, artisans, and so much more. This is a rich agricultural area with a large locavore population.
Hill Farmstead, The Alchemist, Heady Topper, Lost Nation and any other breweries close by.
There are numerous free great outdoor live music venues nearby throughout spring, summer, and fall. We are at the gateway to the Northeast Kingdom of VT, a short drive to Stowe, Craftsbury, Montpelier, and St. Johnsbury.
We are honored to be stewards for this land and want to share its beauty and magic with you. We look forward to meeting you on the farm!
Sincerely, Sara & Bob
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Strict
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
The vibe at Farm to Fork Glamping w/ highend op
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Sandiwood farm was a wonderful Vermont organic farm experience.
You arrive and see this beautiful home, a farm stand and a series of greenhouses. We were instantly greeted by the welcoming host, Sara, the farmer who has put in a few decades tending this land alongside her husband Bob. She showed us around the property, the community kitchen, the locations of the portapotties (Most clean I've ever experienced) and communal amenities like the stone arch way that leads to large fire pit surrounded by benches. She even let us taste some of her fresh harvest of sugar snap peas, a special treat. We were then shown where we'd be staying that night and left to enjoy our stay in peace and quiet with the open invitation to come and explore the farm and visit the community kitchen whenever.
We stayed in the lovely red tiny house across the field from the main house/greenhouses. The tall grass and wildflower covered field is large enough to help you feel completely private without being too far away from the amenities. It also provides expansive mountain views that will content any one who takes a second to enjoy it.
Those views could also be seen through the tiny house windows. They open, allowing for a nice breeze and have screens to keep the insects out! The cafe table with two chairs is set up in the most picturesque corner. The host included lovely touches like a tablecloth and fresh cut flowers. They provide a jug of water and you have the option to fill it back up at the community kitchen a short beautiful stroll away.
They have a comfortable full sized pull couch that perfectly fit my daughter and I. Bring your own bedding or Sara will provide some for a small fee of $20. Our night was crisp and cool, even following our 80 degree summer day. A light comforter with an extra blanket made it just right! I'd also suggest to bring an extra layer to wear if you're an early riser!
The site is convenient because there is an easy route through the field that will allow you to park next to the tiny house. You can stay busy exploring the greenhouses, produce fields, maple orchards and operational sugar shack. Or if you need any suggestions for what to do in town, Sara has all the information you'll need in this area full of culinary and outdoor-lover goodness.
Sandiwood has a few other tiny homes on the property that you can stay at. Some still in progress, but there is a completed tiny house tucked away in the woods surrounding the field if you prefer that scenery over the mountain views. That site had a pull out couch and a loft bed, a great space for a party of three or four. Tent camping is also an option, with a platform in the fern covered maple orchard in the works.
Oh and side note: You'd be surprised to know, during our stay we didn't pick up a single tick exploring through the fields and woods. What a nice perk!
We stayed in the red tiny house and enjoyed panoramic sunsets and sweeping views of the farm with mountain background. A Private spot with room to explore. A short drive to Hill Farmstead and Lost Nation breweries as well as Cady’s falls, a great little swimming hole. Sara was very accommodating. We would definitely camp here again.