Our gorgeous hostel, located in the Western White Mountains of NH is the perfect place for a retreat, a getaway or just a relaxing day of touring the gardens! A destination worth experiencing, with an option for high quality meals!
D Acres offers four season accommodations in the White Mountains of New Hampshire
If you are looking to stay at our organic farm, D Acres offers a range of sleeping accommodations. Site options include private bedrooms, car camping spots, tent platforms, and indoor shared sleeping spaces. There is a resident cat that occupies the building. Prices range from $10-$75/night. Meals cooked with ingredients from our farm are also available. Breakfast $10, Dinner $12. **Please reserve in advance with 24 hrs notice**
We have shared bathrooms, full kitchen access, wireless internet, rural forested landscape with hiking trails onsite. We can arrange pickups from Plymouth NH and White River Jct Vermont. There is video informational video at (website hidden) and additional information on our website. Please contact us directly for further information.
There is ridiculously great recreational and relaxing opportunity in the area. Super swimming holes, river float trips, miles of cross country skiing, mountain biking, and hiking. Onsite there are hammocks, an outdoor kitchen, a playground for kids big and small, as well as an epic firepit for the evening unwind.
We are an education farm so there are many community events such as potlucks, open mics, pizza nite and brunch as well as workshops in gardening and sustainable living skills so check the website for updates.
There are a ton of great videos on the D Acres of NH YouTube account linked from our homepage.
Shared Bathroom, showers
Outdoor Solar Shower
Full commercial kitchen access
Outdoor kitchen too!
Interaction with Guests
We are running a working farm and are often busy but really enjoying meeting new people. Tours of the farm are sometimes available for people interested.
We are located in the Western White Mountains! Hiking Trails both near and far for your pleasure! Swimming holes in the pristine Baker River are easily accessible and family friendly! Come experience the beauty of the forest. We are in the woods about 25 minutes from Plymouth, NH
We have some bikes
We offer a wide range of accommodations. No dogs allowed. Check our website for more info. We are a working farm and while we enjoy visitors, farming is the primary focus of onsite personnel. As such we operate a laissez-faire lodging service that caters to people with interest in sustainability, permaculture, gardening and community living topics.
Our stay at D Acres was very enjoyable. We stayed in the green room, which was very comfortable. I really liked the bed made from live edge wood. Josh was very easy to get in touch with to coordinate our stay/arrival. All of the staff at D Acres was very friendly and made us feel welcome. We were given a tour of the house and shown our room upon arrival. The library is huge and has a nice sleeping loft. There was a nice fire going in the stove in the dining area, so we hung out there till dinner time. We chose to add dinner and breakfast to our stay, they were both delicious and worth it. The farm is fairly rural so one can't just hop in the car and go out to eat. It was nice to wake up and watch the chickens and ducks out our window. Some may find the composting toilets a bit strange, but we didn't mind. It would be great to visit in the summer when gardens are flush and wandering around the property would be easier.
I stayed one night in the library loft and got carried away by the great selection of books there. Breakfast with local produce was great too. Only niggle was a $2 extra charge for internet access.
D Acres is an incredible place. Josh and the staff is really friendly and it is a great experience to be part of a community in a farm. We stayed in the "library", where there is a great selection of books about farming. It may not be the place for everyone, but we simply loved it, and we would come back if in the area.
Josh, thanks again for suggesting the hike in the forest. Was a really great trip.
Everything is good only the cell line which would not connect when you were there. We almost lose our way without cell phone line.
Very interesting experience, but very enjoyable. The greeting was very warm and we slept very well. Thanks for the cake and the music.
Upon pulling into the driveway it is clear that D Acres is a special sort of place. A sort of mix between a farm, commune, and community center, D Acres is certainly worth a visit. The staff was friendly and accommodating. We stayed in the greenroom which was cozy and easily identifiable. In the future I hope to discover more about there educational programs.
D Acres is unique in a lot of ways. The home is quite modern with handmade and recycled furnishings. The most intersting thing (for us) was how the "plumbing" worked. Using woodchips with your business in the toilet was interesting. We learned a ton about sustainability, recycling, and renewables.