The SpaceYou would be renting the whole farmhouse, and have it to yourself, there are other folks working and animals on the property.
Its a two bedroom (one has one full and a bunk bed, the other a king), 1.5 baths, kitchen, laundry, wifi and phone, House grounds include; An oven, fire pit, grill, and yard.
When you arrive the house will be open and the keys on the table, I leave the washed bedding on top of the beds for you to make, sometimes I make them, after checking out, throw your sheets in the hamper. Guest AccessWhere ever you choose to walk. The barn is a common area for myself, volunteers and friends, please join us if you choose. Interaction with GuestsIndividuals can choose their level of interaction, I work on the farm daily and have different projects and people over, but the house is private and people can be left alone if they so choose. I live in a cool tent further into the property. The NeighborhoodThe pastoral scenery of the Driftless and access to near by parks. If you are looking for a cool day trip, I like spring green, but most of the time its just nice to relax away from the city.
Here are some usual spots people visit;
Indian Lake state park and the Ice trail are within a short drive (2 min). Wollersheim Winery and boat rentals on the Wisconsin river in Sauk City, Devil's lake, lake Wisconsin, Mazomanie Beach (An iconic nude beach). We sit on the gateway to Wisconsin's 'Driftless' region, amazingly beautiful and unexpected, within easy driving distance (30 min) is Spring Green and Mt. Horeb; House on the Rock, Taliesin, Cave of the Mounds and Tyrol Basin. About 45 minutes to Wisconsin Dells, Devil's lake, and Baraboo, great looking hills that way, great camping and nature over there. 25 minutes to downtown Madison by car, or 90+ minutes by bike along HWY 12 bike path, enjoy the vibrancy of Wisconsin's capitol, like the Saturday farmer's market on the capitol square (allegedly biggest in the country) is a must see, arrive early because it gets crowded. Check the Guide book for my favorite restaurants, bars, sights and services in the area. Getting AroundCars are highly recommended, although there is a bike path to Madison close by, it would be a hour and half + ride. Other Things to NoteWe are a working farm that produces a large amount of produce in our front five acre garden, the house is in the middle of the homestead site and the barn and other storage sheds are spread around this area, you can be as private as you like, the gardeners and farmers will leave you alone, sometimes there's tractors working, or construction or what have you, but it shouldn't bother you.