Accommodations, Rates, Deposits
Weekend rentals are available from September to June. During July and August, preference is given to week rentals - weekends will only be made available for booking starting in May. Long weekends are an exception and can be booked for a three day rental.
We offer a spacious five bedroom, three bathroom guest house with two on-property cabins, five rustic cabins in the woods, and wilderness camp sites.
We prefer to rent to mature, responsible adults and families who appreciate the beauty of nature, respect the antiques on our property and those of us who live here. Partying is encouraged as long as it's done without disturbing others. We do rent to large groups but may request a security deposit which would be returned if there is no damage to the house or property.
Check availability on our bookings calendar page. For rates and information about our tours and day-use options, visit our rates page.
If you would like to reserve our guest house or cabin, contact us using the online form (on the "contact us" page), send us an e-mail or call us at 519-874-4038 or our cellphone 519 5501812. Then, send in your deposit. The easiest way to do this is through our website link under PayNow. You can use your credit card or Paypal account.
These are our rates during high season and are lower during less busy times. Call for a quote.
Minimum stay 2 nights
deposits are required at time of booking
|Wilderness Camp Sites||$30 per night per family||Call||Call|
Lots of room on the property for trailers and tents!! The rental rate per night depends on the number of bedrooms you use BUT you do have access to the whole house. The other rooms are not rented out to anyone else once it's booked by a guest.
- 5 bedrooms
- 3 bathrooms
- two flat screen TV's with full satellite reception and two dvd players
- front porch and back deck with full size BBQ
- CD player
- games table and wood stove in lower level
- assortment of bicycles
- patio chairs and picnic table
- outdoor fire pit
Everything you need is in the house. Bring your own food or eat out— there are restaurants close by. There is a propane barbecue on the back deck. Full access to hiking trails, ponds, fishing is included. Scroll down for photos of the guest house.
Guest house bunkies
Cabin #1 on Guest House Property
Inside View of Cabin #1 on Guest House Property
Inside view of Cabin #2 on Guest House Property
There are two cabins ("bunkies") on the guest house property. These cabins have full electrical power, a small refrigerator, and beds— bring your own bedding or sleeping bags. There is again no running water in these cabins but just outside the door there is
an outdoor tap. These cabins are unheated and uninsulated. They are intended as guest house "overflow" for large groups wanting to camp together— some rough it and some stay in the house. There is an electric BBQ for cooking if you don't want to start a fire. Bring your own camping gear (dishes/cooking utensils/towels). If you are a camper, these cabins are large, clean, and have comfy beds and you don't have to pitch the tent or pull the camper! Bring the whole family or a bunch of friends and enjoy a "private campground" experience.
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Cabins to rent
All of our cabins are very rustic and meant for those who love nature and camping. All are insulated and come with the basic necessities - utensils, dishes, cutlery, kettle, pots, coffee pot or bodum, wood stove, potable water, outdoor fire pit, propane burner for cooking and an outhouse. Firewood is provided as well as candles and lanterns for lighting. None have running water or electricity, but the train station and straw bale do have solar energy for lighting and running small appliances. You need to bring your own bedding or sleeping bags but pillows are supplied. What they offer is a private, secluded, beautiful site in nature for those who love to camp but would rather be in a building. The lower bush cabin" and "beaver lodge cabin" overlook the Otter river and the " train station" and "straw bail cabin" overlook the valleys. The cost is $75/night except for the Beaver Lodge cabin which is $100/night.We are now charging $5/night for firewood.
Special Occasion Barns
New to Otter River Farms, pre-1900's Barns for Special Occasions and are now available for weddings, family reunions, stags, etc. The perfect location for photos opportunities.
Two old beam barns built in the early 1800's. There are two barns to choose from. One has hydro available and the other is powered by solar panels for lighting and D.J setup.
It is important to see before booking an event.
Two Person Shower
We now have a great two person shower complete with a light, mirror and electrical outlet if you want to spruce yourself up by shaving or using a hairdryer. It's in the back of our barn in an awesome rustic setting and offers a unique hot shower with an outdoor feel. All campers, whether in cabins or campsites, are welcome to use it
Beaver Lodge Cabin
This is our largest cabin for families or groups. It has a double, two singles (king) and another single bed. Overlooks the river and beaver den.. Can sleep up to 6.
Lower Bush Cabin
Our "Lower Bush cabin" has a double futon bed and couch for sleeping.
Railway Station Cabin
Circa 1890s restored train station, ready to rent as a cabin. It has a 3/4 bed and double futon for sleeping.
Straw Bale Cabin
This unique building is all straw inside the walls which keeps in cool in the summer and cozy warm in the winter with a wood burning stove. There's a fantastic sleeping loft with a king size futon mattress, as well as a futon and pull out couch downstairs.
Hunt Camp Cabin
Wilderness Camp Sites
All sites are very scenic and isolated, with fire pit, wood and outdoor toilet (thunderbox) provided. Most are bordering the Otter with access for fishing and canoeing , and use of all the trails and property is included. Drinking water is available. We're now charging $5/night for firewood.
For rates and information about our tours and day-use options, visit our rates page.
Guided tours - couples only - on a very quiet Polaris electric side-by-side.
A very nice tour indeed.