Guest house on 52 gorgeous acres featuring trails, ponds and brooks. 1 Bedroom with queen bed, private den with queen bed, 100 gallon soaking tub with full kitchen and laundry. Complimentary Keurig coffee and goats milk soap. This is an adult only listing. We cannot accommodate reservations with children at this time. HOUSE RULES: Smoking is allowed outdoors only, away from the house so that no smoke gets inside, and cigarette butts must be disposed of properly. No pets. We have a strict policy on the number of approved guests. Anyone who shows up with more guests than approved will be turned away. We expect our guests to treat our home as it is their own, and to just be polite, and have a great time. The guest house is renovated guest house overlooking a private pond and sitting behind a huge forest. The property features 52 mostly wooded acres. The house has a full kitchen, laundry, One bedroom with a queen sized bed, and a private den with a second queen sized bed, as well as a bathroom featuring a 100 gallon soaking tub and stand-alone shower with unlimited on-demand hot water. You will have access to all 52 of our acres, plus the rest of our town's hiking/bike trails, fishing spots, brooks, rivers, and rural beauty. Guests are encouraged to take our boat our for a paddle on the pond, and to explore the woods, brooks, and trails. Feel free to bring your fishing gear as the property sits on the Hemlock Brook and people catch wild brook trout here (not the stocked corn fed trout). We encourage petting the goats and llama through the gate only, never over the fence as it encourages the goats to stand on the fence. Please do not put your fingers in the goats mouths (even if they seem eager to sample your digits). They have a tendency to bite really hard because that is their nature and they are being playful. Some of the goats have horns, so you need to take care when being near them. Never feed anything to the goats without asking us first if its ok. NEVER open any gates. One of us runs a business from the farm and so he is always here to show you our farm and answer any questions you may have. Foster is a very quiet, rural town, located on the western edge of Rhode Island. It is one of the most pristine places in the state, located just 30 minutes outside of Providence, but truly another world. Close by there are excellent walking and biking trails, mill ruins, Rhode Island's only covered bridge, vineyards, the country's oldest public meeting house still in use, and one of the largest watersheds in the state, offering great views of the reservoir and the brooks and streams that feed in to it. We are a professional gay married couple. We cannot welcome guests who have issues with the LGBTQ community, and absolutely no bigots or racists. There is a minimum stay of 2 nights required on weekends. Friday and Saturday, or Saturday and Sunday. This is farm, and sometimes smells like a farm. The guest house is situated next to one of our goat enclosures and you may smell goats. We can only welcome guests who love animals, nature. We are also typically up early caring for our animals, and while we will always endeavor to make sure you can enjoy your time here undisturbed, much of the care-taking occurs within close proximity to the guest house. Depending on the time of year we will have anywhere from 10 - 20 goats, and we also have a llama named Henry. We have a wood boiler that we use to burn firewood year-round, even in the summer. The boiler provides hot water to our buildings, and heats our homes in the winter. The boiler is located about 100 feet from the guest house and you will smell firewood when you keep the windows open in the house, but otherwise cannot smell it when inside. Many people enjoy the smell of firewood burning but if you are sensitive to smells then its best you keep the windows shut, or our you should not book with us. We harvest and burn wood from our forest responsibly, under the direction of a licensed RI forester. We have 3 Australian Shepherds, 3 outdoor farm cats, and we raise 8 honeybee hives. Our dogs are very friendly once they get to say hello to you, but they do bark sometimes when they see new people. If you have bee allergies, please bring your own epi-pen. That said, honey bees are very gentle and do not sting unless provoked. We have 52 acres of private land with a brook running through our property, and the beautiful stone ruins of an old sawmill and gristmill. We need to keep the ruins and stone walls intact, so please no moving stone. There are many trails, and a large expanse of forest land. We welcome you to enjoy mushroom hunting, hiking, exploring, stargazing, fishing for trout in the brook and wild blueberry & blackberry picking (when in season). Don't forget to do your food shopping for your stay at our farm. You will have a full kitchen. If you have any special requests (vitamix, blender, kitchenaid, waffle maker, etc.) please let us know in advance so we can make sure to move ours over there before your arrival. You can also do your food shopping online before you are scheduled to arrive, and we can have it delivered so that you don't have to make any trips to the market. Please contact us for details after you book your reservation. Our guests will have complimentary coffee from the Keurig coffee maker, fresh linens, and a bar of our very own Legend's Creek Farm goats milk soap. You will also have a charcoal grill if you want to barbecue outdoors so don't forget to pick up some charcoal when you are at the supermarket. Our property was the former home of Droll Yankees. The inventor of the tubular bird feeder lived here and ran their bird feeder company here for almost 50 years until their passing, so as you can imagine, the property is a great place to go bird watching as well.