Farm Stays & Experiences

 

 

 

Explore our Rustic Farm Retreat

We strive to give visitors a traditional Vermont experience, and a tranquil and holistic escape. We are located in the rural countryside and surrounded by natural beauty, rolling fields, pristine maple woodlands, and bountiful gardens. The natural environment and property is aesthetically stunning, rejuvenating and undeniably peaceful. Our farm provides guests with endless recreation opportunities, abundant wildlife sightings and outstanding views. Enjoy 360 degree mountain views along with one-of-a-kind sun & moon rise & sets from our 25-acre hay field.

Visitors have the opportunity to explore the farm and property through self exploration and harvest vegetables. Guided tours including hiking, biking, paddling, cross country skiing and snowshoeing. Hike, bike, paddle and swim in nearby lakes and the beautiful green mountains. We highly encourage guests to visit the numerous breweries, spirit and wine makers, cheese caves, and farmers markets within a short radius of our farm. This is a rich agricultural area with a large locavore population, we are honored to be stewards for this land and want to share its beauty with you!

Camping

We have three dispersed campsites, each with a newly constructed outhouse. Campsites include fire pits, outhouses, and the option to purchase firewood.

Cabin Rentals

Our property offers five rustic cabins for “glamping,” including an insulated option for colder months. Great for groups, couples, or individuals looking to escape and relax in nature.

Cabins & Campsites

*Please Note*

Restrictions and changes may apply to any or all of our listings as a result of COVID-19. Please contact us for further info and questions!

Forest Retreat

Forest Retreat is a 14′ x 16′ newly built one room cabin without power or running water. This rustic cabin sits at the edge of the field and has a beautiful back deck open to the forest. Ideal for 2 guests, there is a full size mattress in the loft and a small couch on the main level. Guests are required to bring their own bedding and encouraged to pack warm for chilly Vermont nights. Camping essentials such as headlights, lantern, cook kit, etc. are also recommended.

There is a private and recently constructed outhouse a short walk away. The cabin has a wood stove for cold nights and a fire pit outside the front door. Firewood is free to collect from the forest floor and dry bundles are available for sale. We ask that guests do not bring wood from outside Vermont as invasive insects and species can be easily spread.

Woodland Cottage

Find peace and quiet in the most secluded cabin on our farm. The Woodland Cottage is a one room 12′ x 16′ rustic cabin with no power or running water. This cabin sleeps two people and is nestled in the woods not far from our other campsites. It comes equipped with a full size bed, table & chairs, fire pit and nearby outhouse.

Hempview Cabin

Appropriately named Hempview Getaway, this unique rustic one room cabin sits next to an acre of our fresh CBD hemp crop! Located at our woods edge, you’ll find this bright red 12′ x 16′ rustic cabin equipped with new pull out sofa, fire pit and outhouse nearby. There is no power or running water, but we supply water when you arrive. Both the Hempview & Moonrise cabins are great options for groups or couples looking to to stay closeby in a camping “village” experience, with a shared communal summer kitchen. This cabin is a short walk from our farm stand, greenhouses & gardens.

Moonrise Cabin

Spend a night next to our magical hemp field & sugarbush! Moonrise cabin is rustic, 10′ x 12′ cabin with no power or running water. This small cabin sleeps two. Nestled against the woods, you’ll find this bright red cabin with sliding doors opening to the moon. Equipped with a full futon sofa bed, table, chairs, and nearby outhouse. Potable drinking water can be provided on site. Refrigeration, hot & cold water, and wi-fi is also available at our farmstand, along with our organic produce, grab & go salads, maple syrup, CBD products, and more.

Dispersed Campsites

We have three campsites dispersed around our property, all within walking distance from our farm stand. Each site has a fire pit and nearby outhouse. Campers can choose to set up at the edge of our field or tucked into the enchanting sugar bush (maple orchard). A communal summer kitchen, outhouses, fire pits and picnic tables are available on site. Roughly a five minute walk from the parking lot, our farm stand, gardens and greenhouses. Potable drinking water along with wi-fi is also available next to the main house.  

Guest Reviews

“Peaceful and welcoming”

“This was our second time staying at Sandiwood Farm. It was just as fantastic as the first! The hosts are very kind people, offering to help carry wood, shovel snow for us, etc. Their cabin is beautiful, cozy, and set by a quiet forest at the edge of a calm field. I can’t recommend this enough!”

Nicholas S.

“Serene atmosphere”

“Sarah was so welcoming and accommodating. She met us when we got there and showed us around the common areas and then brought us to a few possible sites to pitch our tent. She checked in with us casually throughout our stay and offered up some great hiking and swimming spots. We couldn’t have been more happy with the accommodations, host and gorgeous, serene atmosphere!”

Stephanie M.

“I could go on and on…try and stay here!”

“Staying at Sandiwood farm was one of the best experiences my son my wife 2 dogs and I have ever had on a trip of this sort.
We were welcomed with open arms and immediatly felt like part of the farm. Wonderful to explore the property. The surrounding views were amazing. We had a clear moonless night and sat atop the hill in the field where we had the best view of the star I had had since I was a child.”

Mark C.

“Awesome time!”

“Went there just after proposing and enjoyed a romantic setting under the stars. Sarah was an excellent host and sent us on our way with everything we needed and even a flower arrangement and maple syrup! Had an awesome walk in the woods and by the garden. Cabins were tidy and surprisingly not terribly hot. Would definitely come again.”

Brian S.