Redwood, NY, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Redwood

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The SpaceBetter Farm's split-level loft offers guests a private space amidst the goings-on of an organic farm, sustainability campus, and artist colony. The 65-acre property features rolling hills, open fields, forests, a marsh, pond, small fruit orchard, and vegetable and herb gardens. Better Farm is located in the foothills of the Adirondacks and just 10 miles from the St. Lawrence Seaway, Canadian Border, and Thousand Islands. There are 10 lakes within a 15-mile radius offering great opportunity for kayaking, swimming, fishing, and other water sports. Guest AccessShared use of three bathrooms, shared use of two kitchens, extensive library for guest use, complimentary wireless Internet (this does not mean high-speed!), nearby access to hiking trails, free parking, use of two-story "Art Barn" and studio space, kayak and bicycle rental, free laundry machine, towels and linens provided. Veggie/fruit/egg shares available from Better Farm as well. A farm-fresh breakfast is included in your stay; however we do additionally offer home-cooked dinners for $12/person. Interaction with GuestsThere are always other people at Better Farm with whom to interact; as much or as little as you like. Families renting this room are urged to not let children wander the main house unattended. The building is not childproofed, and the two very large dogs living in the house aren't comfortable with children trying to grab their faces, sit on them or otherwise play. The dogs—and free-range chickens outside—prefer to be left alone by children. The NeighborhoodRedwood is a tiny hamlet of only 500 people. The neighborhood is more of an untouched landscape: rolling country roads, hiking trails, pristine lakes and beautiful rivers. "Downtown" Redwood has two convenience stores, a small-engine repair shop, two gas stations, and a couple of pubs and eateries. Getting AroundThe closest public transporation is a Trailways bus stop in Watertown 24 miles away. We are happy to provide shuttle service to and from Better Farm, where you can rent a bicycle to get around. Other Things to NoteThis is the kind of place where no one needs to lock their doors! The farm is a rustic, country kind of place with two dogs and lots of free-range chickens wandering about, and lots of visitors passing through all year long. You can expect it to be clean—but you can also expect it to be lived in, with certain elements reminiscent of any big, old farmhouse: Most bedrooms have two-prong outlets instead of three, bathrooms are clean but a few faucets show have hard water marks and rust, the floorboards are old (and creak upstairs) and if you look for them you can find corners of the house where a cobweb or errant fly has escaped the reach of a broom. This is a 19th century farmhouse that has gone through several incarnations; from working farm to commune to sustainability campus. It is eclectic, filled with art and stories, and cozy. It is not a Hilton!
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The SpaceBetter Farm is a sustainability campus, artist colony, and organic farm set on 65 acres in rural New York State. Just 10 miles from the St. Lawrence Seaway, Canadian border, and Thousand Islands, Redwood is nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks and is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. The main farm house offers lodging to an ever-changing cast of artists-in-residence, sustainability students, and tourists. Because it is a communal living situation, the house's upkeep is left largely up to its guests. Cleaning up after oneself and pitching in are part of the atmosphere here! The staff does its very best to ensure a clean space by changing linens before new arrivals, sweeping and mopping rooms, scrubbing down bathrooms, and dusting. This is an old farmhouse, complete with two dogs, dozens of chickens on the property, and even (gasp!) the occasional fly or spider finding its way inside. We hope guests will have realistic expectations when they arrive, and not be surprised that this 19th-century farmhouse doesn't feel to them like a hotel. That being said, the art on the walls, in-house wall-to-wall library, impressive gardens, and loving people and animals are sure to charm. Just about everyone who visits Better Farm falls in love with the place! Guest AccessFree WiFi, two kitchens, two common areas (library and seating area), three shared bathrooms, 24/7 use of the Art Barn and gallery space, bonfire pit, flatscreen TV hooked up to DVD player (no cable, sorry!), bike and kayak rental. A farm-fresh breakfast is included in your stay; however we do additionally offer home-cooked dinners for $12/person. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as a guest likes! The NeighborhoodRedwood is surrounded by 11 lakes perfect for swimming, kayaking, fishing (or ice fishing), or hiking nearby. Horse and hiking trails abound; as do dusty old dirt roads and paved roadways that are any cyclist's dream. There is a very small "downtown" strip in Redwood consisting of two convenience stores, two gas stations, a community greenhouse, pavilion, two bars, and an upholstery shop. Getting AroundThe closest public transportation hub is 24 miles away in Watertown, NY. Better Farm has kayaks and bicycles for rent; and offers shuttle service to and from Watertown for $15 each way. Other Things to NoteThis is the kind of place where no one needs to lock their doors! The farm is a rustic, country kind of place with two dogs and lots of free-range chickens wandering about, and lots of visitors passing through all year long. You can expect it to be clean—but you can also expect it to be lived in, with certain elements reminiscent of any big, old farmhouse: bathrooms are clean but a few faucets have hard water marks and rust, the floorboards are old (and creak upstairs) and if you look for them you can find corners of the house where a cobweb or errant fly has escaped the reach of a broom. This is a 19th century farmhouse that has gone through several incarnations; from working farm to commune to sustainability campus. It is eclectic, filled with art and stories, and cozy. It is not a Hilton!
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The SpaceThis single bedroom is perfect for a traveler interested in farm culture. The homestead, called Better Farm, is a sustainability campus, artist colony, and organic farm set on 65 acres in very rural Northern New York. Throughout the year we welcome dozens of sustainability students, artists-in-residence, WWOOFers, and other travelers like you who want to tour the property, eat locally, and share ideas with the other people here. Better Farm is in Redwood, just 10 miles from the St. Lawrence Seaway, Canadian border, and Thousand Islands. We are nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks—and the local landscape is truly a year-round outdoor enthusiast's paradise. The main farmhouse offers lodging to an ever-changing cast of artists-in-residence, sustainability students, and tourists. Because it is a communal living situation, the house's upkeep is left largely up to its guests. Cleaning up after oneself and pitching in are part of the atmosphere here! The staff does its very best to ensure a clean space by changing linens before new arrivals, sweeping and mopping rooms, scrubbing down bathrooms, and dusting. Guest AccessFree WiFi, two kitchens, a library and seating area, three shared bathrooms, 24/7 use of the Art Barn and gallery space, bonfire pit, flatscreen TV hooked up to DVD player (no cable, sorry!), bike and kayak rental. A farm-fresh breakfast is included in your stay; however we do additionally offer home-cooked dinners for $12/person. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you like! Summer is our busiest season, so you can expect a bit more hustle and bustle (and guests); while in the fall and winter you can expect a lot more quiet and down time. The NeighborhoodRedwood is surrounded by 11 lakes perfect for swimming, kayaking, fishing (or ice fishing), or hiking nearby. Horse and hiking trails abound; as do dusty old dirt roads and paved roadways that are any cyclist's dream. There is a very small "downtown" strip in Redwood consisting of two convenience stores, two gas stations, a community greenhouse, pavilion, two bars, and an upholstery shop. Getting AroundThe closest public transportation hub is 24 miles away in Watertown, NY. Better Farm has kayaks and bicycles for rent; and offers shuttle service to and from Watertown for $15 each way. Other Things to NoteThis is the kind of place where no one needs to lock their doors! The farm is a rustic, country kind of place with two dogs and lots of free-range chickens wandering about, and lots of visitors passing through all year long. You can expect it to be clean—but you can also expect it to be lived in, with certain elements reminiscent of any big, old farmhouse: Most bedrooms have two-prong outlets instead of three, bathrooms are clean but a few faucets show have hard water marks and rust, the floorboards are old (and creak upstairs) and if you look for them you can find corners of the house where a cobweb or errant fly has escaped the reach of a broom. This is a 19th century farmhouse that has gone through several incarnations; from working farm to commune to sustainability campus. It is eclectic, filled with art and stories, and cozy. It is not a Hilton!
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The SpaceThe Birdhouse is an unusual, rustic cabin with gorgeous views of Better Farm's garden. In spite of its rustic charm, full amenities of hot showers, shared kitchens, common areas, and WiFi are just a few steps away in Better Farm's main house and are available 24/7 to all Birdhouse guests. Please note that there is no heat source in the Birdhouse; therefore please check the weather before you book to ensure you are comfortable during your stay! Guest AccessNearby hiking trails, kayaks and bicycles for rent, 65 acres of woods, farmland, fields, and hillside to explore, 24/7 use of the 2-story Art Barn (studio and gallery space) on the property, WiFi, showers, bathrooms, kitchens, and laundry in the main house. We offer home-cooked farm meals for an additional fee: $7 for breakfast or lunch, $12 for dinner. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you like! The NeighborhoodRedwood is a tiny hamlet of only 500 people. The neighborhood is more of an untouched landscape: rolling country roads, hiking trails, pristine lakes and beautiful rivers. "Downtown" Redwood has two convenience stores, a small-engine repair shop, two gas stations, and a couple of pubs and eateries. Getting AroundFree parking is included for all guests. The closest public transportation hub is 24 minutes away in Watertown, NY. Better Farm also has bicycles available for rent. Other Things to NoteThis is the kind of place where no one needs to lock their doors! The farm is a rustic, country kind of place with two dogs and lots of free-range chickens wandering about, and lots of visitors passing through all year long. You can expect it to be clean—but you can also expect it to be lived in, with certain elements reminiscent of any big, old farmhouse: Most bedrooms have two-prong outlets instead of three, bathrooms are clean but a few faucets show have hard water marks and rust, the floorboards are old (and creak upstairs) and if you look for them you can find corners of the house where a cobweb or errant fly has escaped the reach of a broom. This is a 19th century farmhouse that has gone through several incarnations; from working farm to commune to sustainability campus. It is eclectic, filled with art and stories, and cozy. It is not a Hilton!
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Bedroom
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The SpaceBetter Farm is a sustainability campus, artist colony, and organic farm set on 65 acres in rural New York State. Just 10 miles from the St. Lawrence Seaway, Canadian border, and Thousand Islands, Redwood is nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks and is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. The main farm house offers lodging to an ever-changing cast of artists-in-residence, sustainability students, and tourists. Because it is a communal living situation, the house's upkeep is left largely up to its guests. Cleaning up after oneself and pitching in are part of the atmosphere here! The staff does its very best to ensure a clean space by changing linens before new arrivals, sweeping and mopping rooms, scrubbing down bathrooms, and dusting. This is an old farmhouse, complete with two dogs, dozens of chickens on the property, and even (gasp!) the occasional fly or spider finding its way inside. We hope guests will have realistic expectations when they arrive, and not be surprised that this 19th-century farmhouse doesn't feel to them like a hotel. That being said, the art on the walls, in-house wall-to-wall library, impressive gardens, and loving people and animals are sure to impress. Just about everyone who visits Better Farm falls in love with the place! Guest AccessFree WiFi, two kitchens, two common areas (library and seating area), three shared bathrooms, 24/7 use of the Art Barn and gallery space, bonfire pit, flatscreen TV hooked up to DVD player (no cable, sorry!), bike and kayak rental. A farm-fresh breakfast is included in your stay; however we do additionally offer home-cooked dinners for $12/person. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you like! Because summer is our busiest season, you can expect a steady stream of different people to talk to, with frequent events, workshops, and field trips going on that you're welcome to participate in. We always respect a guest's interest in privacy, however, so there's no pressure to jump in and socialize. The NeighborhoodRedwood is surrounded by 11 lakes perfect for swimming, kayaking, fishing (or ice fishing), or hiking nearby. Horse and hiking trails abound; as do dusty old dirt roads and paved roadways that are any cyclist's dream. There is a very small "downtown" strip in Redwood consisting of two convenience stores, two gas stations, a community greenhouse, pavilion, two bars, and an upholstery shop. Getting AroundThe closest public transportation hub is 24 miles away in Watertown, NY. Better Farm has kayaks and bicycles for rent; and offers shuttle service to and from Watertown for $15 each way. Other Things to NoteThis is the kind of place where no one needs to lock their doors! The farm is a rustic, country kind of place with two dogs and lots of free-range chickens wandering about, and lots of visitors passing through all year long. You can expect it to be clean—but you can also expect it to be lived in, with certain elements reminiscent of any big, old farmhouse: Most bedrooms have two-prong outlets instead of three, bathrooms are clean but a few faucets show have hard water marks and rust, the floorboards are old (and creak upstairs) and if you look for them you can find corners of the house where a cobweb or errant fly has escaped the reach of a broom. This is a 19th century farmhouse that has gone through several incarnations; from working farm to commune to sustainability campus. It is eclectic, filled with art and stories, and cozy. It is not a Hilton!
Farmhouse
1br Farmhouse
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The SpaceThis single bedroom is perfect for a traveler interested in farm culture. The homestead, called Better Farm, is a sustainability campus, artist colony, and organic farm set on 65 acres in very rural Northern New York. Throughout the year we welcome dozens of sustainability students, artists-in-residence, WWOOFers, and other travelers like you who want to tour the property, eat locally, and share ideas with the other people here. Better Farm is in Redwood, just 10 miles from the St. Lawrence Seaway, Canadian border, and Thousand Islands. We are nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks—and the local landscape is truly a year-round outdoor enthusiast's paradise. The main farmhouse offers lodging to an ever-changing cast of artists-in-residence, sustainability students, and tourists. Because it is a communal living situation, the house's upkeep is left largely up to its guests. Cleaning up after oneself and pitching in are part of the atmosphere here! The staff does its very best to ensure a clean space by changing linens before new arrivals, sweeping and mopping rooms, scrubbing down bathrooms, and dusting. Guest AccessFree WiFi, upstairs, shared kitchen for your personal use, a library and seating area, three shared bathrooms, 24/7 use of the Art Barn and gallery space, bonfire pit, flatscreen TV hooked up to DVD player (no cable, sorry!), bike and kayak rental. A farm-fresh breakfast is included in your stay; however we do additionally offer home-cooked dinners for $12/person. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you like! Summer is our busiest season, so you can expect a bit more hustle and bustle (and guests); while in the fall and winter you can expect a lot more quiet and down time. The NeighborhoodRedwood is surrounded by 11 lakes perfect for swimming, kayaking, fishing (or ice fishing), or hiking nearby. Horse and hiking trails abound; as do dusty old dirt roads and paved roadways that are any cyclist's dream. There is a very small "downtown" strip in Redwood consisting of two convenience stores, two gas stations, a community greenhouse, pavilion, two bars, and an upholstery shop. Getting AroundThe closest public transportation hub is 24 miles away in Watertown, NY. Better Farm has kayaks and bicycles for rent; and offers shuttle service to and from Watertown for $15 each way. Other Things to Note This is the kind of place where no one needs to lock their doors! The farm is a rustic, country kind of place with two dogs and lots of free-range chickens wandering about, and lots of visitors passing through all year long. You can expect it to be clean—but you can also expect it to be lived in, with certain elements reminiscent of any big, old farmhouse: Most bedrooms have two-prong outlets instead of three, bathrooms are clean but a few faucets show have hard water marks and rust, the floorboards are old (and creak upstairs) and if you look for them you can find corners of the house where a cobweb or errant fly has escaped the reach of a broom. This is a 19th century farmhouse that has gone through several incarnations; from working farm to commune to sustainability campus. It is eclectic, filled with art and stories, and cozy. It is not a Hilton!
Farmhouse
1br Farmhouse
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The SpaceBetter Farm is a sustainability campus, artist colony, and organic farm set on 65 acres in rural New York State. Just 10 miles from the St. Lawrence Seaway, Canadian border, and Thousand Islands, Redwood is nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks and is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. The main farm house offers lodging to an ever-changing cast of artists-in-residence, sustainability students, and tourists. Because it is a communal living situation, the house's upkeep is left largely up to its guests. Cleaning up after oneself and pitching in are part of the atmosphere here! The staff does its very best to ensure a clean space by changing linens before new arrivals, sweeping and mopping rooms, scrubbing down bathrooms, and dusting. This is an old farmhouse, complete with two dogs, dozens of chickens on the property, and even (gasp!) the occasional fly or spider finding its way inside. We hope guests will have realistic expectations when they arrive, and not be surprised that this 19th-century farmhouse doesn't feel to them like a hotel. That being said, the art on the walls, in-house wall-to-wall library, impressive gardens, and loving people and animals are sure to impress. Just about everyone who visits Better Farm falls in love with the place! Guest AccessFree WiFi, two kitchens a library, three shared bathrooms, wraparound deck on first floor, second-story deck with seating, 24/7 use of the Art Barn and gallery space, bonfire pit, flatscreen TV hooked up to DVD player (no cable, sorry!), bike and kayak rental. A farm-fresh breakfast is included in your stay; however we do additionally offer home-cooked dinners for $12/person. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you like! Because summer is our busiest season, you can expect a steady stream of different people to talk to, with frequent events, workshops, and field trips going on that you're welcome to participate in. We always respect a guest's interest in privacy, however, so there's no pressure to jump in and socialize. The NeighborhoodRedwood is surrounded by 11 lakes perfect for swimming, kayaking, fishing (or ice fishing), or hiking nearby. Horse and hiking trails abound; as do dusty old dirt roads and paved roadways that are any cyclist's dream. There is a very small "downtown" strip in Redwood consisting of two convenience stores, two gas stations, pavilion, playground, two bars, and an upholstery shop. Getting AroundThe closest public transportation hub is 24 miles away in Watertown, NY. Better Farm has kayaks and bicycles for rent; and offers shuttle service to and from Watertown for $15 each way. Other Things to NoteThis is the kind of place where no one needs to lock their doors! The farm is a rustic, country kind of place with two dogs and lots of free-range chickens wandering about, and lots of visitors passing through all year long. You can expect it to be clean—but you can also expect it to be lived in, with certain elements reminiscent of any big, old farmhouse: Most bedrooms have two-prong outlets instead of three, bathrooms are clean but a few faucets show have hard water marks and rust, the floorboards are old (and creak upstairs) and if you look for them you can find corners of the house where a cobweb or errant fly has escaped the reach of a broom. This is a 19th century farmhouse that has gone through several incarnations; from working farm to commune to sustainability campus. It is eclectic, filled with art and stories, and cozy. It is not a Hilton!
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Guest AccessPrivate bedroom, three shared bathrooms, one shared kitchen, second-story deck, wraparound first-floor deck, laundry room, library on first floor. Interaction with GuestsSomeone on staff is on-site to assist you with anything you may need. You are welcome to interact as much as you like! The NeighborhoodRedwood is a very small hamlet of only 600 people, with 10 lakes within 5 miles. We are only 10 miles from Alexandria Bay and the Thousand Islands, making this an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. Getting AroundParking is free and located across the street from the main house. Our closest public transit hub is the Trailways Station in Watertown, NY. We offer shuttle service to and from that station for $15/one way. Other Things to NotePlease be advised that we do have two big farm dogs that live in the house. They're very friendly, but they do bark! Please also be aware that this is a working farm -- so you'll see other people going in and out, experience a lived-in house with a wonderfully homey atmosphere, and you'll have the opportunity to learn all about our day to day operations -- and sample some of our yummy, homegrown food at breakfast (included in your stay!).
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis house is one of three homes located near the town dock of Butterfield Lake in Redwood, NY. The owners of the other two homes are available for questions most of the time. When they are not available, the owner may be reached by phone. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire home. The garage is not available to guests for storage of vehicles or boats. Garage may be used for storage of garbage. Interaction with GuestsI may be reached by phone at anytime during your stay. The NeighborhoodThere is an ice cream shop and deli mart that serves pizza and sub sandwiches in Redwood. Numerous restaurants are located in Alexandria Bay, (7 miles), Clayton, (19 miles) and Watertown (25 miles). Drive in theater, putt putt golf and go-carts are all located in Alexandria Bay. Other Things to NoteThere are two mini marts in town where small grocery items may be purchased. There are larger grocery stores 7 miles from the camp in Alexandria Bay, NY.
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Bedroom
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The SpaceBetter Farm is a sustainability campus, artist colony, and organic farm set on 65 acres in rural New York State. Just 10 miles from the St. Lawrence Seaway, Canadian border, and Thousand Islands, Redwood is nestled in the foothills of the Adirondacks and is an outdoor enthusiast's paradise. The main farm house offers lodging to an ever-changing cast of artists-in-residence, sustainability students, and tourists. Because it is a communal living situation, the house's upkeep is left largely up to its guests. Cleaning up after oneself and pitching in are part of the atmosphere here! The staff does its very best to ensure a clean space by changing linens before new arrivals, sweeping and mopping rooms, scrubbing down bathrooms, and dusting. This loft area is in the side entranceway of the house, up a ladder over the washing machine. There is a curtain for privacy, but please note this is not a private room! This is an old farmhouse, complete with two dogs, dozens of chickens on the property, and even (gasp!) the occasional fly or spider finding its way inside. We hope guests will have realistic expectations when they arrive, and not be surprised that this 19th-century farmhouse doesn't feel to them like a hotel. That being said, the art on the walls, in-house wall-to-wall library, impressive gardens, and loving people and animals are sure to impress. Just about everyone who visits Better Farm falls in love with the place! Guest AccessFree WiFi, two kitchens, two common areas (library and seating area), three shared bathrooms, 24/7 use of the Art Barn and gallery space, bonfire pit, flatscreen TV hooked up to DVD player (no cable, sorry!), bike and kayak rental. A farm-fresh breakfast is included in your stay; however we do additionally offer home-cooked dinners for $12/person. Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you like! Someone from our friendly staff will be here to welcome you, make you feel at home, and answer any questions you have. The NeighborhoodRedwood is surrounded by 12 lakes perfect for swimming, kayaking, fishing (or ice fishing), or hiking nearby. Horse and hiking trails abound; as do dusty old dirt roads and paved roadways that are any cyclist's dream. There is a very small "downtown" strip in Redwood consisting of two convenience stores, two gas stations, a community greenhouse, pavilion, two bars, and an upholstery shop. Getting AroundThe closest public transportation hub is 24 miles away in Watertown, NY. Better Farm has kayaks and bicycles for rent; and offers shuttle service to and from Watertown for $15 each way. Other Things to NoteThis is the kind of place where no one needs to lock their doors! The farm is a rustic, country kind of place with two dogs and lots of free-range chickens wandering about, and lots of visitors passing through all year long. You can expect it to be clean—but you can also expect it to be lived in, with certain elements reminiscent of any big, old farmhouse: bathrooms are clean but a few faucets have hard water marks and rust, the floorboards are old (and creak upstairs) and if you look for them you can find corners of the house where a cobweb or errant fly has escaped the reach of a broom. This is a 19th century farmhouse that has gone through several incarnations; from working farm to commune to sustainability campus. It is eclectic, filled with art and stories, and cozy. It is not a Hilton!
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Bedroom
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The SpaceBetter Farm is a sustainability education center, artist colony, organic farm and animal sanctuary set on 65 acres in rural New York State. In the summer, we can have up to 23 people staying on the property, working in the Art Barn, and tending the gardens and animals. It's a creative, familial environment that is at once welcoming and lots of fun to take part in. Guest AccessThere is a second-floor kitchen available for use by guests. The first floor kitchen is for staff, students and artists-in-residence only! A farm-fresh breakfast is included in your stay at Better Farm, served in the mornings between 8:30 and 10. Let us know ahead of time about any allergies or food restrictions you have. We also offer lunch and dinner: lunch is $10/person, and dinner is $12/person. Guests also have access to the library, a large communal room on the first floor; the laundry room; art barn; and anywhere outside they would like to explore (we ask that no one enter any animal enclosures at any time). Interaction with GuestsWe're here to assist you in any way we can during your stay. Some guests like to have some privacy, while others like to spend time with staff and fellow guests -- and others even enjoy getting involved with what's going on around here, whether that's a project, animal care, or hike in the woods on the property. Getting AroundThe closest public transportation is a Trailways bus station in Watertown, NY. We offer shuttle service to and from that station for $15/trip. Other Things to NoteThere are two large dogs living in the house! Please be mindful of this before booking your stay in case you have allergies or an aversion to dogs.
Hotel
3br Hotel
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My place is close to The Thousand Islands, art and culture, great views, restaurants and dining, stores,family-friendly activities,yet private and quiet.You’ll love my place because of the great fishing and swimming,the coziness, the high ceilings, the views, and the location. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and especially families (with kids).PLease,no pets.
Home/Apartment
Home/Apartment
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The SpaceThis is a rustic bunkhouse with two single beds on the upper level, one bunk bed and one single bed on the first level. The cabin is next door to an outdoor compost toilet and rainshower. Guests are also welcome to use facilities in the main house, which is approximately 200 feet from the cabin (hot water, kitchen, charging stations, common area). Breakfast is included in your stay! We also offer dinners for $12/person. The tiny home is equipped with basic solar-powered lights, sealed-in with doors and windows, and offers unrivaled access to the beauty of the North Country outdoors. Guest AccessTiny home, main house (common area, two kitchens, three full bathrooms, decks, bonfire pit, and exploring the whole property!). Interaction with GuestsAs much or as little as you like! Our staff is here to offer any assistance you need.
Estate
4br Estate
    Beautiful vacation home located on the shore of Muskellunge Lake in the Town of Theresa. Only a 30 minute drive to Alexandria Bay or Gouverneur. A truly spectacular property that is guaranteed not to disappoint. Muskellunge Lake is one of the Indian River lake's. It's 2 1/2 miles long and 90% of the shoreline is pristine. The lake is secluded and surrounded by cliffs and woodland. Fish for bass, northern pike, croppie, or sunfish. The property was built in 2005 and has 3000+ sq/ft of living space and sleeps 14. Has a large kitchen, dinning room, family room, separate TV room, 2 full bathrooms, and the upstairs has 4 bedrooms. There's 2 screened in porches with beautiful views. The back screened porch has a large built in grill for barbecuing. There's a large patio in the front of the home that's right on the lake. A perfect place to enjoy your friends and an evening cocktail. Behind the home is a fire pit stacked and ready for camp fires. There's a private boat launch and dock on the property. Enjoy fishing, boating, hiking, swimming, or take a short walk to Venditti Vineyards just down the road and enjoy a glass of wine. Your in the heart of the 1000 Island wine trail. The 1000 Islands are a short drive away but you probably won't want to leave. This property sits on 14 private acres and has stunning lake views. You can see the lake from every room in the home. There's plenty of room to enjoy the great outdoors. We only rent our property 3 weeks each summer season and we currently are accepting reservations for the 2017 season. Sorry no pets allowed no exceptions. Whether your looking for a secluded 5 star spot to have some summer fun, or enjoy a romantic fall weekend, this is your property. Drive times from the property to near by destinations are Alexandria Bay, Clayton, and Gouverneur are all a 30 minute drive, Watertown 40 minutes, Village of Theresa a 20 minutes, Canton and Sackets Harbor 50 minutes.
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    3br Home/Apartment
      Lake cabin on Millsite lake 10 minutes from Alexandria Bay. The cabin has two bedrooms and a loft with 7 beds. There is a nice deck surrounding the entire cabin. Great view. The main living area is one big room. The kitchen is on one side and the living area with woodburner is on the other. Kitchen has large oak table with benches. This area is a two story cathedral with open beam ceiling. The front of the cabin is all glass with a great view of the lake. The dock is directly in front of the cabin. Rental includes use of rowboat for the week. Great for fishing! Public boat launch into lake only minutes away. 10 Horse Power limit.