The Bunkhouse: A Different Kind of Farm Stay Experience
May 21, 2009 - 07:39 PM
Sometime in the middle 1800's when square nails were in common use two buildings were built on the farm. At some point, they were moved together. We have restored them into a cabin that has been used for our family. What we call the Bunkhouse, it now available to rent. Summer price for two, $80/night. Includes bread, jam, tea, coffee and farm fresh eggs.
The accommodation is simple. There is a fridge, microwave, kitchenette, shower/toilet, full bed and satellite service TV with DVD. It is clean and less expensive than a cabin. The bunkhouse is located next to the old barn near the farmhouse. It does not have a porch, but you have access to all of the farm, the lake, trails and gardens around the farmhouse. We do not charge for the sound of the roosters in the morning.
These are pictures of the Bunkhouse and surroundings.