Cabin Prices, Terms, Cancellation

Cabin Prices & Policies
The goal of The Greer Farm is to give our guests an incredible farm stay experience. We will make sure that everything regarding your accommodation is in working order. The cabins and loft are well maintained, tidy, and you are provided with all the basic necessities. We strive in making your stay one you will take pleasure in and remember. We are always available to you for any questions or problems that may occur during your stay.


Ask if we are offering multi day (three or more nights) rental discount of 10% Sunday-Thursday

Prices effective January 12, 2016

All Rates are based on double occupancy

To make a reservation please call us at 903-645-3232, 7:00 am - 9:00 pm
Occasionally our rural land line is out of service or difficult to hear on, so call us on our cell at 903-452-9738


There is no charge for watercraft and bicycles except the paddle boards.

Rental Price:


• $150 per night per cabin for two persons
• Additional person $10 per night per person
• State hotel and sales taxes 12.75% additional
• Weekends are a two night minimum, Fri-Sat or Sat-Sun)
One night rentals subject to availability. Additional fee for cleaning $25
• Holiday weekends, three night minimum


• $160/night Loft Apartment in the shop barn for two persons. (separate loft and bedroom sleeping areas)
• Additional person $10 per night per person
• State hotel and sales taxes 12.75% additional
• Weekends are a two night minimum, Fri-Sat or Sat-Sun)
One night rentals subject to availability. Additional fee for cleaning fee of $25 • Holiday weekends, three night minimum


• $950 per week (7 nights), two persons, $10/night each additional person plus state taxes for a cabin and $1050 for the loft for two persons, $10/night each additional person plus state taxes.

Until reservation confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice

We may charge your credit card for up to half the rental when you make a reservation.

Four cabins available in addition to the loft apartment

Maximum of four adults (adult/teens) per cabin or family with small children.

Loft Apartment has twin bed and queen futon in downstairs bedroom. Queen bed up small spiral staircase upstairs. Full sofa bed. Located near the farm house. Accommodates 7 adults/teens.

Subject to availability, we offer free range eggs at $5.00 per dozen, homemade bread is $6 and Greer Farm jams, syrup and sauces start at $7.00 choices available- prices vary). Please let us know in advance of your check-in date if you desire bread. Chicken, beef, lamb and pork also generally available.

Children are welcome, but we do not provide blow-up beds, cots or cribs.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, AMEX or Cash

Cabin’s are self catered. Private dining is available for groups of 8 or more for dinner. Special arrangements may be possible for outdoor lunches/dinner when the weather is nice for similar sized groups.

One Cabin is ADA compliant. Please request this cabin when you make a reservation.

We are sorry, but we accept
NO PETS of any kind since our farm has many free-range animals. We have our own dogs and cats running around the property.

The Greer Farm is entirely
NO SMOKING. If there is a smell of smoke in an accommodation there will be an additional fee of $250 for cleaning. Smoking allowed outside the far fences on the road.

Check In: 3:00 pm

Check-in is at the farm house south of the entrance to the cabin area/lake. Down the road to your left.
No early check-in unless by prior arrangement
If arriving after 9:00 PM, please call 903-645-3232 to make late check-in arrangements

Check Out: 11 am or later by prior arrangement

Watercraft Rules: User is responsible for damage, including loss of paddles.
Life vest (provided) must be used at all times
Use is first come first serve and watercraft are to be returned to the beach area when use is over so others may use them.
Watercraft shall not be docked on cabin side of the lake.

Bicycle Rules: User responsible for damage, except for flat tires.
Use is first come first served and bicycles should be returned to the rack after use and not left at a cabin so others may use them.

Rental for paddle boards must be pre-paid. $15/hour

Firewood is often available on the ground near the cabins and is free.
• Oak Firewood Bundle -- $5 small $10 large

You may not bring your own watercraft or trolling motor unless we agree in advance.
No gasoline powered watercraft allowed.
You may bring your own bicycles.

Swimming or use of the lake is at your own risk. No lifeguard is on duty. No glass containers of any kind are allowed in or near the lake.

Guests are financially responsible for any and all damages to or missing property while being a guest at our establishment. The Greer Farm is not responsible for lost or forgotten valuables of any kind.


It is easy to book your stay with us. Browse our website at any time for photographs, descriptions, and information about our farm and local activities. Once you have made a decision to stay with us, you can contact us at 903-645-3232. If you have questions please email us directly.

Once you have contacted us and made a reservation, it is not confirmed until we obtain valid credit card information.

We normally do not charge a deposit if you have given us valid credit card information.
A non credit card reservation requires a deposit.
For a multiple day rental or rental of multiple cabins/loft, we may require a 50% payment at the time the reservation is made.

Reservations can be cancelled by calling 903-645-3232 or by email.


We work very hard to maintain a quiet family atmosphere for the enjoyment of our guests. We will rent only to family groups and responsible adults over the age of 21. Any use of a cabin or the loft for purposes other than family vacations or overnight business stays must be addressed at the time of the reservation. We do not rent to youth groups without adult supervision. Adults may not rent accommodations on behalf of underage guests. In certain circumstances, a refundable security deposit will be required. Each accommodation has a maximum of four guests with the exception of children under the age of 12. We can discuss this if you have a unique situation.

ADA Compliant Cabin

We have one cabin that is ADA compliant. This cabin has a wheelchair ramp, large porch and roll or walk in shower in full ADA compliant bathroom. If you need a shower chair, please advise us in advance.


We not responsible for items left behind. If notified of an item you may have left, we will make an attempt to locate lost items, but can't guarantee that we will find them. Please check your accommodation carefully before leaving.


Pillows, Sheets and towels are provided; each cabin/loft will have the number of linens to suit the number of guests registered. The beds will be made up with linens, blankets and a bed quilt. Sheets, blanket and pillows are available for the queen sofa bed. Everything will be ready prior to your arrival date. Please be sure that all linens are kept in the accommodation on your departure. You will be charged for any losses or damage. Sheets/Blanket $75. Pillow $30.

We do not furnish beach towels for swimming, sunbathing or boating.You may not use cabin towels for outdoor use.


The cabins and loft are self catering. We furnish coffee, paper towels, trash bags, liquid bath soap, shampoo, and conditioner, and toilet paper.

You provide your food, flash light, charcoal, grill lighter fluid, beach towels, sun block, games, bicycles, and anything to make your stay a memorable one.

Wireless Internet Access

We have a rural DSL line into the cabin area and do our best to provide internet access in each cabin. This does not always work. If you require internet access please lets us know in advance and we can tell you if the system operating normal. We can not always guarantee access.


All of the equipment in each cabin should be in working order upon check in. Please report any problems to the office immediately. You can expect a professional and understanding attitude to problem solving, and we will make every reasonable effort to resolve the issue in a timely manner. Please understand that emergencies take priority.

We ask that you leave the cabin as your found it. This includes washing your dirty dishes prior to departure. The furniture inside the cabin and outside should be left the same way in which you found it upon your arrival. It is not the duty of our cleaning service to rearrange the furniture after your departure.

Be mindful of other guest who may be here for rest and recuperation by holding down excessive noise after 10:00PM in the evenings and before 8:00AM in the mornings.

We understand that there can be unforeseen emergencies that could cause you to cancel your reservation, but we have only a few cabins and cannot afford to have cancellations with less than 21 days notice.

Once your reservation is confirmed, any cancellations will invoke the cancellation policy (full charge for the number of cabins and nights reserved)

For cancellations more than 21 days prior to date of arrival, there is no charge. We shall refund your deposit, if one was taken, to your credit card.

For cancellation within 21 days of arrival date, no refund shall be made. We will charge the full amount due for then number of nights reserved and number of cabin reserved.

At our option, we may offer a credit toward a future reservation within a specific time frame.

If we can rent the cabins after you cancel, you will not be charged.

We do not give refunds due to weather, rainy days or overcast skies.
No refunds will be given for early departures.
Electricity, water, television and telephone outages occur occasionally they are out of our control. We will report the outages; however, no refunds will be given due to outages.
There is no refund for appliance, plumbing or mechanical failure, utility failure, or circumstances beyond our control.
We reserve the right to cancel a confirmed reservation (with good reason) at any time prior to taking occupancy of the property and in that case a full refund will be made.

Violation of any federal or state laws, farm policies or house rules are all grounds for immediate eviction without refund. This includes any form of illegal drug use, abuse of alcohol, and smoking any place on the farm.

Dinner Menu at the Greer Farm

Private Dinner Menu

Please discuss with us other menu options
These are examples

Dinner includes appetizer, salad, entrée, two side dishes and dessert.

Please select one entrée.

Tournedos Voronoff with Flamed Cognac and Madeira Wine Sauce (6-8 oz Beef Tenderloin Steak)
Peppered Beef Tenderloin Steaks with Mustard and Horseradish Sauce or Béarnaise Sauce (6-8 oz)
Steak Au Poivre with Cognac Cream Sauce (6-8 oz Beef Tenderloin Steaks)
Grilled Ribeye Steak with Choice of Flavored Butter (10-12 oz)
Charred Spicy Ribeye Steak with Salsa Verde or Chimichurri Sauce (10-12 oz)
Roasted Salmon with Cucumber Sour Cream
Grilled Salmon with Garlic Apricot Glaze
Medallions of Pork with Riesling Sauce
Prosciutto Stuffed Pork Tenderloin with Mushroom Sauce
Black and Red Pork Tenderloin with Onion, Chile Madeira Cream Sauce
Grilled Pork Chops with Pecan Sauce
Bourbon Glazed Pork Loin
Cornish Game Hen with Sweet Onion Compote
Chicken Roulade with Sauce Supreme
Crispy Almond Chicken with Lemon Green onion Sauce

Hors d'oeuvres

Coconut Shrimp with Pineapple and Apricot Salsa
Crab Cakes with Mango Salsa with Avocado Cream
Smoked Chicken and Avocado Nachos with Pico de Gallo
Sautéed Shrimp with Orange Chipotle Honey-Mustard Sauce
Portabella Mushroom Fritters with Creamy Aioli
Avocado Fries with Habanero Ketchup
Belizean Empanadas with Salmon and Onion Relish
Chargrilled Quesadillas with Salsa Fresca

Southwestern Smoked Tomato Soup with Croutons and Sour Cream
Homemade Cream of Mushroom Soup
Summer Squash Bisque with Cream Sherry


Spring Mix with Pecan Meringues and Honey Balsamic Vinaigrette
Iceberg Wedge with Bacon, Blue Cheese and Homemade Ranch Dressing
Southwestern Caesar with Spicy Dressing and Tortilla Sticks
Romaine & Gorgonzola Salad with Roasted Garlic Dressing
Spinach Salad with Hot Citrus Dressing

Potato & Rice Side Dishes

Double Baked Potatoes with Mushrooms and Cheese
Rosemary and Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Potatoes Au Gratin
Sun Dried Tomato Mashed Potatoes
Individual Potato Flan
Apricot Rice Pilaf

Vegetable Side Dishes

Sautéed Seasonal Vegetables
Grilled Seasonal Vegetables
Fresh Roasted Asparagus
Sesame and Garlic Broccoli
Poblano and Onion Ring Medley
Green Bean Almandine
Crisp Tobacco Onions
Broccoli Cheese Casserole


Warm Chocolate Cake with Homemade Mint Ice Cream
Blackberry or Classic Crème Brûlée with Cream Filled Brandy Snap
Almond Cake with Roasted Pineapple and Vanilla Cream
Dark Chocolate Mousse Cake with Chocolate Ganache
Chef Eva’s Special Cheesecake with Greer Farm Blueberry Sauce
Deluxe Coconut Cake
Petite Pavlovas with Lemon Cream
Muchas Leches Cake

Dinner served with homemade bread, coffee and tea

Cooking with Chef Eva

Who is Chef Eva
Chef Eva was born and raised in Belize, a small country on the Caribbean coast of Central America. She is a graduate of Loyola University and The Houston Art Institute (Culinary Arts). For a number of years, she was a consultant to Pilgrim's Pride Corporation developing recipes, including their newsletter. Her recipes have appeared in advertisements in Good Housekeeping and Southern Living. Chef Eva's private dining and catering services are renowned. For more than a decade she has been teaching cooking classes at the family farm, for a local community college, and other venues. Chef Eva's Latin American upbringing, European parental influences, and two decades of world travel with her husband bring a unique experience to the kitchen that is not easily duplicated.

The Class Experience
Each year brings new opportunities to expand your culinary boundaries by participating in some of the most unique cooking classes available in north Texas. Many have returned to take several classes a year and they in turn bring their friends and family members making it a special tradition. Chef Eva's reputation has grown by word of mouth from satisfied class participants and with the publication of each new article about our family farm. Southern Living designated it as one of "America's Secret Farm Hideaways".

The Dallas Morning News said "In the course of the classes, amateur cooks take turns exclaiming at the revelations chef Eva casually drops. Not only do you push back from the Greer's table with appetite and taste buds sated, but you also go back home to your own kitchen with refreshed pleasure in the process".

Texas Co-Op Power magazine designated our farm and Chef Eva's cooking classes as a place for a learning vacation. "During the whirlwind three-hour class in the spacious, well-lit kitchen, we watched Eva prepare beef roast, lamb chops, pork loin, butternut squash, potatoes, mint sauce, gravy, roasted fruit and toasted pound cake. She handled this complex dance with practical ease, even managing to involve us in pureeing, seasoning, turning, beating and mixing. Delectable smells permeated the kitchen, and we dug appreciatively into the finished dishes. Chef Eva made it fun and had us convinced that we could cook like this ourselves".

Cooking Class Terms & Conditions

Farm to Fork Cooking Class
Terms & Conditions

Reservations (Please read our cancellation policy before making a reservation) Classes are by reservation only and must be paid for at the time the reservation is made. Call 903-645-3232 for availability and to make a reservation using a credit card. Space is filled on a first come, first served basis. Participants should be 14 or older. If your preferred class is full, we will place you on a waiting list. Your credit card will be charged at the time you make your reservation.

Cancellation Policy
Due to the financial impact of cancellations at the last minute, our cancellation policy is strictly followed. There are no exceptions regardless of the circumstances or nature of an emergency situation. If you cancel a reservation 21 days prior to a class, your class fee will be refunded less 50% as a cancellation charge. To lose no value, you may transfer your class reservation to another person. If cancellation is within 20 days of the class date, you forfeit the entire class fee. A substitution is allowed to avoid this. All refunds are by check.

Class Cancellation
We reserve the right to cancel any class at any time. Classes may be cancelled due to insufficient enrollment, illness of the instructor or inclement weather. Date of a class may change for unforeseen reasons and advance notice will be sent to you. In such instances, you can receive a full refund or you may choose to use the class fee paid as a credit toward another class. Recipes may be changed due to unavailability of ingredients.

Staying on the Farm
If you wish to combine a Farm to Fork Cooking Class and a weekend getaway, we offer accommodation in a lakeside cabin. Book early to avoid disappointment.

All classes are at The Greer Farm House and start at 11:00 AM
Gift certificates available
Reservations or Additional Information: | 903-645-3232 |

2016 Farm to Fork Cooking Classes

All classes at the farm near Daingerfield
11:00 AM for about three hours
ALL CLASSES: $80/person
Please disregard online registration
Register by phone 903-645-3232
Hands On- limited ot 16 participants

July 23
Refreshing summer vegetables and fruit

Watermelon and blackberry aqua Fresca
Sweet bell pepper, tomato and onion salad
Za'atar roast chicken with green parsley sauce
Fresh corn and jalapeño fritters.
Smoked potatoes and cucumbers with buttermilk dressing
Mini Pavlovas with peach curd and berries

August 13
Tacos and Salsas

Agua de Jamaica (hibiscus tea)
Grilled shrimp taco with spicy chipotle mayonnaise
Achiote marinated chicken tacos with Rajas de poblanos
Taqueria style carne asada tacos with avocado and tomatillo salsa
Pork tacos al pastor with chili and pineapple
Flan caramel

September 24
Grilled pizza

Orange berry cooler
Greer farm bacon and eggs pizza
Italian sausage and potato
Chicken sausage spinach fresh basil and tomato
Grilled pineapple, black berry and strawberry on Brie
Grilled nacho pizza black beans and avocado and cilantro

October 22
Breakfast on the Farm

Irish coffee
Stuffed French toast croissants with preaches
Three cheese frittata with roasted peppers and salami
Eggs Benedict with homemade apple sausage and mustard hollandaise
Bacon and cheese hash brown muffins
Berry parfait with yogurt and homemade granola

Cooking Class July 23

Refreshing summer Vegetables and Fruit
July 23 at the Farm
11:00 AM for about three hours

Watermelon and blackberry aqua fresca
Sweet bell pepper, tomato and onion salad
Za'atar roasted chicken with green parsley sauce
Fresh corn and jalapeño fritters.
Smoked potatoes and cucumbers with buttermilk dressing
Mini Pavlovas with peach curd and berries

Register by phone 903-645-3232