Our guests will have a choice between a number of unique, well-designed, affordable accommodation. 

  • Common guest areas

  • Primitive, self-pitched camping

  • Tree tents

  • 4-season Canvas Bell tents

  • 4-season Canvas Tipis

  • Indoor rooms

  • Access to an indoor and outdoor kitchen

  • Access to indoor and outdoor toilets

  • Multipurpose / Yoga studio



To build on the overall experience, we will host educational events and workshops for both guests and the public.

  • Seasonal farm tours and annual harvest events

  • Workshops and weekend intensives (e.g., composting, floor loom weaving, beekeeping, growing and arranging cut flowers, etc.)

  • Special and private events / dinners

  • Meditation and yoga retreats

  • Farming apprenticeships

  • Youth summer educational opportunities

  • Corporate events



Furthermore, we will aim to be as self-reliant as possible, with both plant and animal husbandry. 

  • Master composting

  • Organic herb and vegetable gardens

  • Fruit/nut trees

  • Cut flower and grass gardens

  • Chickens and organic eggs

  • Beekeeping and honey

  • Mushroom forests

  • Solar and hydropower


Our strategy with accommodation is to have a range of options — in size, price and comfort. We will also cap our overnight maximum guest count to eighteen. This is so that we can maintain quality control and of course foster a more personable experience. Each guest will have the option to simply relax and do little, or get involved with any number of activities or workshops taking place on the homestead. Comfortable common spaces, clean bathrooms and kitchen facilities will all be made available.

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