Pitch Your Tent! (Primitive) #02


Stanza privata in agriturismo - Host: HomeGrown HideAways

  1. 6 ospiti
  2. 1 letto
  3. 1 bagno condiviso
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Grab some friends and pack your tent! Primitive sites aren't designated - you can camp just about anywhere on our hundred acre farm, but each "site" is a maximum of 6 people and/or 2 tents. Campers can use the large, communal fire pit near the pavilion or bring a portable, above-ground version. The farm also has a centrally located Community Kitchen and a Bath House which are shared with other guests. NO PETS - NO EXCEPTIONS. Be sure to read the full listing description for more details.

Lo spazio
HomeGrown HideAways is a hundred-acre farm, campground, and event facility with treehouses, yurts, cabins, camping, etc. The owners, Nathan & Jessa, live onsite with a parade of dogs, cats, chickens, and ducks. For the safety of our own animals (and yours), we cannot allow any additional animals onto the farm. Anyone arriving with an animal of any kind will not be allowed to stay and no refund will be given.

CAMPSITES: HomeGrown HideAways is not your typical campground. You won’t see cul-de-sacs of numbered campsites with individual fire rings, picnic tables, and water spigots for “primitive” camping (though we do have those things at some of our other sites). We’re a privately owned farm that hosts campers and events so the camping area is just one, big, open field nestled between a creek and a forested hillside. Campers can pitch tents anywhere in the grass and park right next to their site as long as the ground isn’t so wet that your vehicle will get stuck. If you’re adventurous, you’re welcome to hike your gear up the mountain and camp in the clearing above our house. There’s a small firepit at the far end of the field near the creek (first come, first served) as well as large bonfire pit near the Pavilion and Community Kitchen. The Bath House is located in the camp field for easy access and all guests have access to the Community Kitchen (see details below).

CHECK-IN/CHECK-OUT: Guests can check in any time after 4pm (3pm for primitive sites), but we do recommend arriving before dark. Depending on our cleaning schedule, we may be able to accommodate an earlier arrival time with advance notice. Check-out is at 11am. There is a $35 fee for late departure. If something comes up and you need to leave before your scheduled check-out date, please do us the courtesy of sending a message once you have cell service so that we know not to expect you.

UNPLUG AND RECONNECT: HomeGrown HideAways does not have cell service or wifi, but there is a landline in the Community Kitchen for guests to use. We hope that you will take the opportunity to re-connect with nature, yourself, your family, and other guests. In addition to the shared kitchen space, we also have a pavilion with cornhole set up for rainy days, and a massive bonfire area where we encourage guests to pitch in on firewood to share stories and s’mores. Please note that quiet hours are from 10pm – 7am and sound carries far in the holler.

SHARED BATH HOUSE: In addition to year-round outhouses, there is a seasonal BATH HOUSE with 4 flush toilets and 2 solar-heated showers. The bath house is rustic with a concrete floor so we recommend shower shoes or flip flops. Towels and toiletries are not provided, but we do have extra for purchase if you forget yours. In the winter months, when the bath house is closed, we open the restrooms in the community building for showering (1 full bath and 1 half bath).

COMMUNITY KITCHEN: The farm has a brand new (2021), centrally-located, solar-powered, chef-inspired COMMUNITY KITCHEN with 4 ovens, 5-burner gas cooktop, microwave, refrigerator with farm-fresh eggs, coffee-maker, toaster, dishes, cutlery, baking sheets, basic cooking supplies (oil, salt, pepper, etc), plus HomeGrown farm goods, s’more kits, and other goodies. BRING CASH for the honor system. Please remember that this space is available for ALL visitors of the farm so guests are expected to clean up after themselves and not to loiter when others are waiting. To prevent over-crowding, we ask that a maximum of TWO people from your group occupy the space at a time and children MUST be accompanied by a guardian at all times. Meals may be eaten at the picnic tables on the porch, under the pavilion, or you can take food back to your site. FOOD SCRAPS MUST BE PUT INTO THE COMPOST BIN – NOT IN THE TRASH. Please do not discard food on the ground as it can make our animals sick and attract unwanted wildlife.

THE FARM: We are a farm in the mountains so we have all the good (beautiful views, babbling brook, hiking trails) and the bad (insects, howling coyotes, poison ivy) that nature has to offer so come prepared. We recommend hiking boots, bug spray, and weather-appropriate clothing. Be prepared to encounter INSECTS (mosquitoes, ticks, chiggers), WILDLIFE (deer, turkey, snakes, toads, and dare we mention the bear track we spotted one spring?), WEATHER (hot, cold, rain, snow), TOXIC PLANTS (poison ivy, stinging nettle, wild mushrooms), just to name a few. There is a steep and rugged 1.5-mile hiking loop that takes most folks about an hour (if they can get past the first 10-minute uphill climb). We also have playground swings, disc golf, hula hoops, a croquet set, and a creek full of geodes to hunt. Please make sure to not leave any sticks, rocks, toys, or other debris in the grass where we need to mow.

CAMPFIRES: Most sites have their own fire pit except for the primitive camping area. There is also a large communal fire pit near the Community Kitchen. Due to the spread of invasive insects, we ask that you DO NOT BRING FIREWOOD unless it is store-bought/kiln dried. We have bundles for sale here for $5/bundle (bring cash) or you can scavenge dead wood from the forest floor for free. DO NOT cut down live trees and DO NOT burn plastic, glass, trash, gas, or anything that isn’t wood or paper. There is plenty of fire-starting materials under the Pavilion next to the bundles. On your way to the farm, you will pass the local fire department. Please make note of the fire danger sign. If the fire danger is high, a campfire may not be advisable – please check for local burn bans.

SMOKING: Smoking is not permitted within the vicinity of any building on the farm. Please do not discard cigarette butts in the firepits or on the ground. They must be completely extinguished and can be thrown in the trash.

TRASH: In case you missed it before, we do not have trash pick-up on the farm and very much appreciate it if you can take your trash with you when you leave the farm. We do have recycling bins for clean plastic and aluminum cans. Paper and cardboard can be put in the box next to the firewood bundles under the pavilion for others to use for starting fires. We also have a compost bin available for all food scraps, paper napkins, and paper plates. Please do not discard food on the ground as it can make our animals sick and attract unwanted wildlife.

MOTORIZED VEHICLES: We do not allow ATVs, 4-wheelers, golf carts, or any non-medical motorized transportation. Bicycles are welcome and encouraged.

GENERATORS: We highly discourage the use of generators as they can be quite noisy and produce toxic fumes. Please talk to us in advance if you require one for a specific purpose.

ACCIDENTS: If a child or member of your party has an accident involving bodily fluids, please take the time to clean up after them. First aid kits are supplied in most rentals and in the Community Kitchen. If bedding is involved, we have coin-operated laundry facilities in the Community building to begin the washing process. Please notify us of such events.

NEARBY: We are just 8 miles from the Berea Pinnacles, 6 miles from Get Outside Ky (they rent canoes, kayaks, SUPs, and e-bikes), 3 miles to Tater Knob Pottery, 20 minutes to Anglin Falls, and a scenic hour from Red River Gorge. Berea is known for its arts and crafts, the historic Berea College, and outdoor recreation. In addition to hiking at the Pinnacles, there are several other trails throughout town and the newly opened Silver Creek Bike Park.

NOMS: Our favorite places to eat in Berea are Noodle Nirvana, Native Bagel Company, Happy Jack’s World Sandwich Bar, Apollo Pizza, PapaLeno’s, and El Rio Grande. We’re also excited by the soon to open Nightjar (brought to you by the Native Bagel folks). In Richmond, we like Masala Indian, Purdy’s Coffee Co., and Thai Smile. Note: Madison County is DRY, Berea is MOIST, and Richmond is WET so plan your alcohol accordingly.

Cosa troverai

Vista sulle montagne
Parcheggio gratuito nella proprietà
Lavatrice a pagamento (nell'edificio)
Asciugatrice a pagamento (nell'edificio)
Cortile in condivisione (Non completamente recintato)
Telecamere di sicurezza presenti nella proprietà
Non disponibile: Rilevatore di monossido di carbonio
Non disponibile: Allarme antincendio

7 notti a Berea

29 set 2022 - 6 ott 2022

5.0 su 5 stelle su 30 recensioni


Dove ti troverai

Berea, Kentucky, Stati Uniti

HomeGrown HideAways is a hundred-acre holler near the end of a curvy and narrow two-mile dead-end road (we suggest arriving before dark). We're just 11 miles from Berea, but can feel like a world away. The farm has several rentals so you'll likely encounter other guests and we hope you take the time to make new friends.

Madison County is DRY (as in - no alcohol). Berea is moist (drinks with dinner). Richmond is wet (packaged alcohol can be purchased).

The nearest gas station and dollar store are 6 miles away (across the street from Get Outside Ky) and in the DRY zone. If you’re looking for a bottle of wine or a 6-pack, you’ll have to trek to Richmond.

Tater Knob Pottery is less than 3 miles from the farm.

Get Outside Ky is 6 miles away and they rent canoes, kayaks, paddleboats, and SUPs for paddling around Owsley Fork Reservoir. They also have e-bikes for rent.

The hiking trails at the Berea Pinnacles are 8 miles away.

Anglin Falls is about 20 minutes away.

Red River Gorge is a scenic hour away.

Host: HomeGrown HideAways

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HomeGrown HideAways è un holler di centinaia di acri vicino a Berea, Ky. È di proprietà e gestito da Nathan & Jessa Turner, la madre di Jessa, e da una varietà di animali domestici e fauna selvatica.

Tutti gli ospiti hanno accesso alla nostra cucina Community completamente rifornita e approvata dallo chef, che dispone di CAFFÈ e di tutti i principali elettrodomestici (forno, piano cottura, frigorifero, microonde, macchina per il caffè), pentole, padelle, utensili, piatti e un lavandino da 3 cestini. Pulisciti da solo.

Abbiamo un sentiero escursionistico ripido e selvaggio, diversi bracieri e dista appena 10 km da Outside Ky, dove puoi noleggiare canoe, kayak, tavole da SUP e e-bike. Non disponiamo di TV, internet o ricezione del cellulare. Ci sono tante stelle quanto gli insetti, quindi preparati per entrambi!

Il bagno pubblico della fattoria è aperto da aprile a ottobre (o quando le temperature rimangono sopra per un periodo di tempo prolungato) e dispone di 4 servizi igienici con sciacquone e 2 docce riscaldate a energia solare. Nei mesi invernali sono disponibili i bagni all'interno della Community Kitchen.

Ti chiediamo di lasciare i tuoi animali domestici a casa, ma puoi accoccolarti tranquillamente. Se non ti piacciono i cani, il nostro alloggio potrebbe non essere adatto a te poiché le nostre creature sono piuttosto entusiaste di incontrare nuovi ospiti e potrebbero saltare su di te (ti promettiamo che ci stiamo allenando). Per chi ha animali di servizio, tieni presente che ci sono coyote, falchi e altri animali selvatici che potrebbero rappresentare un pericolo e non possiamo garantire che i nostri cani possano reagire al tuo assistente. Chatta con noi in anticipo per assicurarti che siamo l'opzione giusta per te.

Ci piace condividere la nostra splendida fattoria e speriamo che ti piaccia quanto noi!
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Since we live here on the farm, you're likely to cross paths with us during your stay. We enjoy meeting our guests and hearing their stories, but also want to respect your space so we'll never just knock on your door unless there's some kind of emergency. That said, if you have any problems at all during your stay, please do not hesitate to knock (LOUDLY) on our door so we can assist.
Since we live here on the farm, you're likely to cross paths with us during your stay. We enjoy meeting our guests and hearing their stories, but also want to respect your space so…

HomeGrown HideAways è un Superhost

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Check-in: Dopo le ore 15:00
Check-out: 11:00
Non è consentito fumare
Animali non ammessi
Vietato organizzare feste/eventi

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Nessun rilevatore di fumo
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