Want to learn more about regenerative farming? Need to get away? Consider the homestead log cabin at Mt. Folly. We love visitors to our working farm, and emphasize that this is a real farm, not a tourist trap. The original log cabin, built around 1785, with a mid-19th century ell, has been painstakingly renovated and now has central heat and air. In addition, guests can hike the 2.5-mile-long farm road, go birding, or just hang out with Laura.
Yes, you can rent the cabin, but when you do, you are our guests. To do so, you need to email Laura @ firstname.lastname@example.org, then talk to her about the visit. This is a working farm, and she wants to make sure that she can give you a personal tour. We are seeking guests who are curious, want to know more about organic crop farming, regenerative agriculture, Savory cattle management, finishing cattle on pasture, making whiskey as settlers did, and care about land.
Feel free to reach out for day visits or entire cabin rentals for an extended tour. As a paying guest, the cost varies, depending on the number of nights and number of people, but generally it is around $200/night for the entire homestead. We love dogs, however, we ask that you keep them at home for this personal experience.
Mt. Folly-raised beef, chicken, cornmeal, and hemp products are available for purchase in the renovated summer kitchen behind the cabin. Laura hopes to see you soon!