Vintage Camper at Circle M Market Farm

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Private room in farm stay hosted by Kriss

  1. 4 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 shared bath
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Get out in nature but still enjoy the quirky indulgence of a camper. Fall asleep listening to vinyl records in the vintage 1960s Holiday Trav'ler, and wake up to roosters crowing. Pick up breakfast with coffee and tea in the morning, and enjoy it on your private deck, picnic table or the farmhouse porch. The Vintage, at the edge of a 200-acre prairie, is your bedroom under the stars, quiet and peaceful. Enjoy your own campfire and let us know if you want s'more fixins delivered.

The space
This Mid-Century Modern travel trailer is all-original to 1968, and decorated with vintage Pendleton blankets and a classic awning. Parked next to a 200-acre prairie, our Glamper is parked near the farmhouse, and you'll share in the life of the homestead with cats, dogs, ducks, goats, sheep, steers, hogs and a goose. Use the lawn games, play in the tractor-tire sandbox, borrow some books/magazines, walk/ bike into town, picnic at the tables scattered around the farm, enjoy the flower gardens, swing on swings, and snuggle in a hammock. Your fridge is stocked with local beer, and you'll enjoy a farm basket breakfast in the morning and s'more by the campfire each night. Expect to see stars and hear owls.

Where you'll sleep

Bedroom
2 double beds

What this place offers

Beach access
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Private sauna
Bathtub
Private patio or balcony
Shared backyard – Not fully fenced
Luggage dropoff allowed
Pack ’n play/Travel crib
Children’s books and toys

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Where you’ll be

Blanchardville, Wisconsin, United States

We're close to New Glarus Brewery, Mount Horeb tourist shops, Monroe cheese outlets, Darlington ATV rental and stock car racing, and Mineral Point artist galleries. All this and great biking trails are within a half hour drive. We are 40 minutes from House on the Rock and Taliesen, 45 minutes from Madison, an hour from Dubuque, 15 minutes from Yellowstone Lake State Park and within walking distance of the Pecatonica River and the DNR-rated trout stream Gordon Creek. Five minutes walk to the public pool, library and several great bars that often have local live music. Within a 15-minute drive, there is excellent fishing, hiking, tubing, kayaking, boating, bird watching and a gun range. There is a trout stream on the property and a river within 5 minute's walk.

Hosted by Kriss

  1. Joined in April 2015
  • 364 Reviews
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See why we've been featured in six national magazines, including Pioneer Woman, Modern Farmer and Midwest Living! I'm a former Chicago journalist living the good life here in beautiful Blanchardville. My husband and I moved here 15 years ago, falling more in love with the area as each year passes. We keep discovering wonderful drives, shops, restaurants, vistas and people. We'd love to welcome you to our working sheep farm, and send you out to see what our rural landscape and our wonderful neighbors have to offer.
See why we've been featured in six national magazines, including Pioneer Woman, Modern Farmer and Midwest Living! I'm a former Chicago journalist living the good life here in beaut…

During your stay

We're a working farm, and we offer a farm tour when you arrive. You will pick up a farm basket breakfast with coffee or tea in the morning, then plan your own adventure on the farm, in the neighborhood, at one of our nearby state parks, or on the lake or river. You can take a wool craft class here on the farm, or we'll help you find shops, meals, classes, experiences, and restaurants you'll love. We've got maps, guidebooks, and great ideas.
We're a working farm, and we offer a farm tour when you arrive. You will pick up a farm basket breakfast with coffee or tea in the morning, then plan your own adventure on the far…

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 3:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Checkout: 12:00 PM
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

Health & safety

Airbnb's COVID-19 safety practices apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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