Renting the Guest House
Every season is beautiful here! You may find you enjoy the fall, winter, or spring as much as the summer.
Here are our rates
- $175 per night, with a two-night minimum, for 1 to 2 people
- $50 per night for a third and/or forth guest
- For stays of 7 nights or more, the rate is $1,120 per week.
- 10% discount for multi-week rentals.
- A 28-day rental is $3,500; inquire for special winter rates.
- Inquire for winter or longer stays.
Taxes and other fees
- Maine charges a 9% room tax in addition to the above rates for stays shorter than a month.
- The departure cleaning fee is $50; let us know if you'd like a refresh during the middle of your stay; we can organize that for you at the same rate.
- A damage protection policy or refundable security deposit is required only for stays of a month or more.
Pets and children
Children are welcome; pets are not (including our own dogs, who are never allowed in the Guest House).
Moment's Peace Farm is strictly non-smoking. The barn in particular would go up in flames in a minute from a spark, and no one likes to sleep in someone else’s ashtray, so the The Guest House stays smoke-free.
Interacting with the animals and garden
While you're here, you may want to “visit” the horses from across the fence, but do note the fence is electrified. You may toss a few bits of cracked corn or sunflower seeds to the chickens. Collecting eggs is fun for all ages. And you're welcome to collect vegetables from the garden. Farm chores are strictly optional!
- For safety reasons (for both you and the animals), we ask that you not feed the horses, because some may bite; others lack teeth for chewing a well-meaning apple or carrot. Please check with us first. We may be able to set up a time for you to meet them if you’d like (a waiver is required).
- Our two dogs are contained by an underground fence that excludes the Guest House area so, if they’re not coming closer to you, it’s because they can’t, not because they wouldn’t visit, if you chose to come to them. They’re friendly.
- There’s no supervision in the pool area; swimming is strictly at your own risk. No running, and no diving in the shallow area.
- The tree house out back is not safe and is not available to guests. It’s also essentially invisible.
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