Looking for a unique getaway?
Experience a taste of life on a small-scale organic farm
Our Farmstay guests experience a little taste of life on our Farmstead while visiting the picturesque County of Brant. Our overnight stay options include fully furnished Suites in our original Farmhouse and Camping on our safe, beautiful grounds.
This is not your typical vacation – if you want a challenge, roll up your sleeves and get to work on the farm! Help to collect eggs, weed the gardens or harvest medicinal plants, all while taking in the beauty of our farm.
We are situated along the Trans Canada Rail Trail, part of the Great Trail and very close to the Grand River. When you are not busy on the farm you can explore the local area – hiking or cycling the Trail, and paddling adventures are just a short distance away.Make memories while being active. Learn first hand about organic farming, sustainable living and our local community. Ask us about our medicinal herb and native plant walks
NEW for 2019: Cycle Repair Station
Stay on the Main Floor of our Original Farmhouse.
One Bedroom, 3 beds, 1 bath
Accommodates up to 6 guests
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Stay in the Upper Floor Suite of our original Farmhouse.
One Bedroom, 2 beds, 1 bath
Accommodates up to 3 guests
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Perfect for cyclists – our campsites are located on the farm. We are conveniently located right along the Great Trail (Brantford to Dundas Rail Trail). We offer secure bike storage and an onsite cycle repair station.
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While You are Here
Immerse yourself in the adventures available in the beautiful County of Brant. Cycle along the TransCanada Trail, passing fields, farms and forest, with stops along the way to indulge the nature lover, inspire the artist, and feed the foodie! At the end of a day’s ride, you can treat yourself to a pint at one of the area’s microbreweries.Launch in a canoe or kayak to experience an adventure along the Grand River.
Stop in at the Mohawk Chapel to discuss the connections to the local First Nations Community. If you time your visit right you could experience a Pow Wow at Six Nations of the Grand River, or the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nations territories.