Available from Memorial Day till the first weekend of October, the camper is an old 80's relic with the interior restored and decorated. Though it sleeps 4, it is most comfortable for 2 or 3.
The camper is situated at the top of the hill behind our barn, with the best views on the farm. Sunrise visible from the bedroom window, sunset from the big cab window in the front. Sweeping views of the mountains, creek, and horse pastures. There are electrical outlets, mini fridge, microwave, and hotplate inside, and a charcoal grill for your use outside. Hot water, shower, bathroom located a short distance, about 200 feet, in our house, which you can access 24 hours a day.
You can have as much privacy as you like. I can stock your mini fridge with breakfast supplies, or I can cook and serve it to you in the house. I'm happy to give a tour of the farm and the animals, once you know the do's and dont's, what fencing is electrified and what animals are safe to interact with, you are pretty much free to roam about as you wish. For internet access you'll need to be close to or in the house, which is always open.
Interaction with guests
You can tailor your stay to interact as little or as much as you want with your host. You will be able to hike and explore the farm and visit with all the critters, but a farm tour is required first so you know the rules about safety. We have very friendly livestock and horses, but some of these animals are BIG, and some of the fences are electrified.
Other things to note
Check our other listing on this site, Ole Miss Franny's Farm in Cortland, for more details, photos, and reviews.
We don't allow pets because we are afraid our dog might eat them. She's great with people, loves kids, but not other new animals. There is no smoking allowed in the house or in the camper, but outside and on the front or back porch is OK. Please use ashtrays provided. No doors are locked, you may come and go as you please. We are pretty easygoing, as long as you communicate your needs with us, take a guided tour of the farm before you go wandering, (especially important if you are bringing children! ) and just observe the basic rules of consideration of others. One note I have to add after 4 years of hosting: I love children, and welcome families. I think farms are great places for kids. But please note, I am a fulltime farmer first, a BnB host second, and NOT ever a babysitter. I am happy to arrange a riding lesson, a milking demonstration, or a nature walk with your kids with prior notice to accommodate our schedules, but please don't just send your kids down the stairs, or from camper to my kitchen, unsupervised assuming I will care for them. Please.
I am a mom, a gramma, and a working farmer, outdoor enthusiast, avid gardener, cook, and horseperson. You can find more info on my page, Ole Miss Franny's Farm. I also have a website,