Accommodations

All overnight visitors must sign a Release Form/Hold Harmless Agreement.
Visitors who wish to stay more than 7 days must make an extended visitor agreement with the Welcome Center. Thanks!

Barb and Neal’s Place
931-964-2150
bbloom50@gmail.com
$42 per/adult/night – family rates available

Located at the bottom of First Road just above the swimming hole. Barbara and Neal have an extensive garden, and a Farm house built for shared living. They have 5 bedrooms available: 2 queens, 2 doubles, and 1 w/2 twin beds. WiFi and internet access. No AC. Bedding, vegan/vegetarian breakfast and dinner provided. Barb has written three cookbooks, and works at The Book Publishing Co. Neal works as a building contractor. No smokers or pets, please (They have 1 cat.).  Reservations required. Please call Barb in the evening or weekends at 931-964-2150.

Cynthia  & Steve’s Place
931-964-2571
cynthrohr@gmail.com
$40 per/adult/night/ $60 per couple

Our house is located in the center of The Farm, close to the store, the clinic, and the Community Center.  We have two second-floor bedrooms each with double bed, two full bathrooms shared with the house, WiFi connection, fans (no AC), and an organic garden.  Bedding and towels provided.  Vegetarian breakfast is included (other meals negotiable), or we offer a $10/day discount if breakfast is provided elsewhere during your stay.  No pets or smokers, please (we have one cat).

Rose Diamond’s Harmony House
931-964-4638  rosecdiamond@gmail.com
$40 per adult   $60 per couple   Located near The Community Center, The Farm School, and The Ecovillage Training Center, Rose’s home is a rebuilt “old farm” house full of character.  A Nashville transplant, Rose is a retired RN,  and loves making art and being involved in the community.  She has 2 bedrooms available at this time.  One is a  large bedroom with a new queen size bed.  There are 3 steps down into this bedroom.  The other is a smaller room with a new full size futon/miracle foam topper.  There is one step down into this bedroom.   Guests share a bathroom.  Bedding and towels provided.  I ask that you take your shoes off in the house.  Use of the open living room, kitchen and dining room areas.    Air conditioning, internet access, vegetarian breakfast included.  May smoke outside, No pets please.

forest house2Forest House
931-964-2472
pamela@midwiferyworkshops.org
$175/night, two night minimum and a damage deposit of $100 returnable upon leaving if no damage has occurred to the house.  $75 extra fee for service dog.
This is a large house just outside the Farm Welcome Center Gate, two bedrooms, one with queen bed and one with double bed, available extra twin bed mattress and wifi.   Each bedroom has its own bathroom.  It has a full kitchen and kitchenette plus a large dining room, living room, and laundry room. There are decks accessible to the bedroom by ramp, and kitchen by stairs. The house is wheel chair accessible for a small wheel chair.

Granny’s Suites
cell (931)215-8081
lindaleegavin@aol.com
$80 per night

PRIVATE, 3 bedroom apartment. Playground, screened porch, fully equipped kitchen. bedroom and bath, central heat & air and cable TV. Centrally located across the field from the store and gazebo. $80.00 per night. More info at www.grannys-suites.com.


hunt_cabin2Hunt’s Cabin
931-964-2472.
pamela@midwiferyworkshops.org

Located on Second road; This is a small cabin within walking distance of the Farm Store and Swimming hole, with central heat and air, wifi connection, a small kitchen-living room, bedroom with queen bed, small sun room with twin bed, bathroom with shower, and a back deck looking into the woods. Bedding and towels provided.   $85/night, two night minimum. The cabin has a wheel chair accessible ramp if the wheel chair is not a huge one. The cabin has an accessible shower (call us for details). Rent for the cabin for someone with a service dog would be $175 a night. $100 damage deposit that would be returned upon leaving if no damage has occurred to the cabin.

james_JudithJames and Judith’s Blueberry Lane House
917-804-2110
judith38483@gmail.com
$42 per adult/night; $64 for two

We are James and Judith, two of the founding members of The Farm, who have returned and built one of the newer houses in the community. Although some of the work is still in progress, we have three bedrooms available for visitors. Two have king beds and one has two twins. We have 2 1/2 bathrooms, central heat and air, Dish, and Wi-Fi. Our house overlooks the meadow towards the main road and we’re just down the road from the blueberry patch on Blueberry Lane. Breakfast included and rate includes a donation to the community for visitors. Welcome. To learn more, visit www,blueberrylanebb.com

Kissing Tree
931-279-0490
bobormike@yahoo.com
$40 per adult; $60 per couple.

Located near the Farm School, Community Center, and the Ecovillage Training Center. Two upstairs rooms with double beds, in-ground pool with surrounding gardens, hot tub, internet access, AC. Breakfast included. Other meals negotiable. No smokers or pets, please.

Lisa’s Home
931-964-3186,
lrhclowngirl@yahoo.com
$40 per person, per night. This includes meals, if she can do it, otherwise a break in price.

Located on Second Road. Lisa has been part of The Farm since the early days. She is an active participant in the Community Garden. Her guest room has a single bed and AC. Guest share the house bathroom. Women only, please. Lesbian women are welcome. Bicyclists too!

Meadow Inn
615-512-1211 cell – 931-964-2556 land line
sweetwillow60@gmail.com
$40 per adult or $60 per couple.

Ask about Weekly rates.Meadow Inn his hosted by Anna Moore, one of the founding members of The Farm and a veteran of The Caravan. The Inn is one of the first buildings built on The Farm, definitely an historic and peaceful atmosphere. We are located just down the road from The Clinic and have a short path to the swimming hole. There is one large bedroom with a king bed downstairs and another room with a single bed available upstairs. There is a large living room and kitchen/dining room. Breakfast is included, and other meals are available upon request and if I am available to cook. Cost negotiable. I love to cook and my food is appreciated by many varied eaters.

philPhil & Mary’s
931-964-2412 (landline)-931-626-5186 (Cell)
mary@villagemedia.com
$40 per adult/night; $60 for two

A new house on Blueberry Lane with an expansive view of The Farm’s “Prairie Barrens.” Phil is one of our founding members and is an audio/video engineer with Village Media. Mary is a pediatric nurse and an avid gardener. Up to four rooms and 2 private baths. Breakfast, hot tub in winter, unlimited Wi-Fi, satellite TV. No smokers or pets. A warm and welcoming atmosphere! For more pictures and information, please visit www.philmarybb.com

The Eco-Hostel, at The Ecovillage Training Center
931-964-4474
ecovillage@thefarm.org

(Closed November 1 – March 31) An interesting and educational place to stay during your visit on The Farm. The guests and resident interns often include people from around the world. Dorms, private rooms & camping. Rustic, old Farm communal style living arrangements. You share bathrooms and kitchen privileges. In addition to indoor facilities, the location also has four outside solar showers & a composting toilet. Free wifi! Please RSVP to confirm reservations.

Welcome Center Campground
931-964-3574
vickie@thefarmcommunity.com
$14 per camp site.

Located on Farm Road next to a wildlife pond, where the frogs will sing you to sleep, and adjacent to the new Frisbee Golf course. At this primitive campground, there are picnic tables, lantern holders, tent sites, one pop up camper site or RV site (no power), a water spigot, and an outhouse. Limited access to indoor showers.

Community Center ( for large groups only – must make advance reservations)
931/964-4927
mccarthp43@hotmail.com
Dorms: $20/night per bed, Camping: $15 per site

Dorms and camping (for large events only). Located on Schoolhouse Road across from Solar School & Community Center. There are indoor shower and bathrooms (wheelchair accessible), out houses & a solar shower.

 

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