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After deep reflection, we have decided to cancel all gatherings at La Basse Cour, including farm stays, farm tours,
events, and workshops until there is more certainty about Covid 19.

Our eggs and yarn are for sale in our milk house, and our vegetables in season on our farm stand.
Please practice social distancing and wear your mask if you come to the farm. You may read our Covid 19 Safety Plan for more information.

We will be none the less busy, tending the land and animals entrusted to our care.
See what we're up to by following us on Facebooksubscribing to our newsletter, and reading our blog posts.
You are in our thoughts and we look forward to sharing many joyful events at La Basse Cour.

Our Farm Stays and Retreats

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Wake up to the roosters, meet our farm animals, walk through the pastures, fish in the pond. Savor a farmhouse breakfast made on our wood fired cook stove with our fresh eggs and local, seasonal ingredients at the time of your choosing.  Participate in the activities of our family farm, share farm-to-table meals with us and enjoy local eateries, then sleep soundly as can only be done in the fresh country air.  

Enjoy your comfy upstairs bedroom, with two double beds and a roll-a-way twin bed, sitting area and private bath.  Great for a small family. Or, the main floor bedrooms which include two separate bedrooms each with a double bed and a private bath.  Complete the intimate stay by relaxing in the cozy parlor filled with books and antiques.

Please let us know if you have any breakfast favorites or any food allergies and we will be happy to accommodate your requests.

We are sorry that we are not set up to accept credit cards, but will gladly take your personal check or cash upon check-out.
Check-in and Check-out times can be flexible, so just ask!

Check out our Sights, Sounds & Savorings page for some great day trips, local entertainment and friendly neighborhood eateries.

Interested in staying with us on our farm? La Basse Cour is a working farm with inherent risks. Farm visits are most enjoyable when everyone is aware of the risks and willing to exhibit reasonable care and responsibility. Please take a moment to read about the inherent risks of being on our farm and your responsibilities as a visitor. Give us a call with your questions and concerns. Once you feel comfortable, please complete the Send us a Message section on our Contact Us page and indicate your acceptance in the Questions/Comments section. Once we receive it, we’ll be glad to work with you to schedule your visit!

We're open  May 1 through November 30 each year, plus the first weekend in February for you to visit the Hanford Mills Ice Harvest Festival  and select weekends in March to celebrate Maple Weekend.

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