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The D Acres farm is a unique and offbeat place to stay. Enjoyed the company of the staff (thanks James!) and the other guests (mostly climbers). We had the good fortune to be there for the potluck and open mic night which was a real treat. Seems like D'Acres is a real focal point for the surrounding community. Only hitch was having to clean the dirty pots to make our dinner and the kitchen could have been a bit tidier. All up, we enjoyed our stay.
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.
I loved D Acres! The hand made bed was super comfy & the view from our room was stunning. I'd like to go back and spend a weekend when I could just hang at the farm & spend more time with Josh & other visitors. We really just dropped in to sleep. Love the composting loo & visiting the pigs & oxen. Walking the grounds was a great throwback to my grandparents' farm out west.
Fantastic and very inspiring to expirence a little slice of life on the Farm.
Great and very welcoming people - and that goes for the hosts as well as the other people visiting.
Very comfortable accommodation and super food - main highlight has to be seeing that an alternative Eco-lifestyle is not only possible but also very compelling - feeling inspired!
Ps. We saw a black bear 5 mins drive from here which was fab!