Come take a step back in time and relax in our 178 year old historic log cabin. It is an original structure to our farmstead with added modern conveniences. Whether it's a quiet evening on the porch, a dip in the pool at night under the stars, or coffee with the animals, you are sure to enjoy your stay at our farm as you experience life in a cabin as it might have been in the early 1800's.


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The space

Our historical cabin can sleep 10 comfortably. 2 more guests can be accommodated by sleeping on the couches. There are 3 full size beds (remember folks, those big beds didn't exist back then), but ours are comfortable! There are also 2 twin size beds and 1 queen size bed. There are couches upstairs and down for additional sleeping. The sleeping arrangement is one full size bed in the master bedroom downstairs and one queen size bed and two full size beds in the loft bedroom upstairs. There is also an additional bedroom upstairs with two twin size beds. The cabin features a full kitchen with a dishwasher and two bathrooms downstairs. One bathroom has a walk in shower, and the other bathroom has a jacuzzi tub with a gorgeous view of the farm. There is a wood burning fireplace in the kitchen, bathroom, main living parlor and the master bedroom.


Guest access

As a guest at our farm, feel free to roam around. The entire farm is yours. You may enjoy the pool at any time, mingle with the animals or relax on the porch of your cabin.


Interaction with guests

I am on the property pretty much all the time. Depending on the preference of our guests, I have spent the whole experience by the pool with some and have not seen others.


Other things to note

A continental breakfast (Homemade farm fresh yogurt, a pastry, juice and coffee) is served either in your cabin, at poolside (weather permitting) or in the main Coulter Farmhouse.

Please read our Policies regarding the Farm.



$119 per night


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