The Guest House and Farm
You'll love staying in our well-appointed guest house, with views of the farm and quick strolls to an organic harvest or fresh eggs. Learn more about everything that you will call home while you stay with us.
The Guest House at Moment's Peace Farm includes an open-concept living room with comfortable seating, a flat-screen TV, dining area, full kitchen and private deck.
There is a large daybed couch in the second seating area of the living room. This can be opened into two twin beds with full eight inch mattresses if you need to accommodate a third and fourth person.
In the kitchen you'll find a gas range, refrigerator, microwave, and coffee maker, as well as basic kitchen cooking utensils, pots and pans, spices, coffee and tea with various sweeteners, and cereal to jump-start your day.
There’s a lobster pot if you want to try your own hand at cooking lobster (hint: there are many great restaurants in the area if you want to try someone else’s masterful concoction)!
There's a half bath on the second floor main living area, and another 3/4 bath downstairs with shower, cabinetry, and linens for your private comfort.
The separate queen bedroom includes his & hers dressers and a view to the paddocks and barn. Enter through a dressing area with extensive closet space, which also opens to the half bath for your convenience.
There is also a daybed that opens to two comfortable full-size twins in the second seating area of the living room, so that the Moment's Peace Farm Guest House can accommodate up to 4 guests comfortably.
The Guest House enjoys its own private deck for sunning, reading, cooking on the grille, or just enjoying the view across the field to the barn and woods beyond.
There is an in-ground pool on site for summertime fun. Please note there is no lifeguard on duty. Swim at your own risk
An easy stroll down our country lane takes you to a lovely pond where you can watch the frogs jump or the herons swoop. Possibilities abound.
Other niceties include cable TV and a hair dryer; there is also a washer/dryer on site.
It's not just about passive solar energy here.
We heat our house with solar hot water, and provide domestic hot water from the sun, as well. We also capture a significant portion of our electrical needs from solar panels on our roof.
We're now exploring the possibility of adding a solar community farm to our property, to help others advance toward energy independence and enjoy the benefits of clean energy.
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