Tuesday, August 31, 2010

Who Wants To Live in the Country?!

Ever dreamed of living in your very own farmhouse? Fantasized about leaving the hustle and bustle of the city and escaping to a quieter country retreat? Well, you are in luck! Silly Goose Farm is available to rent from September 16-19, and also Columbus Day Weekend.


If you are a fan of this show, you'll definitely want to take advantage of the September opening. Harvest Festival in Sharon Springs is guaranteed to be a good time! Read more about it here and here. Silly Goose Farm is located about 25 minutes East of Sharon Springs, and the famous Beekman Mansion (home to Beekman 1802).


Fall is quickly approaching, and the first blush of apples is in sight. What better way to celebrate the season than to pick apples in your very own orchard?


Or take leisurely strolls along the pastures and woods of the property?


Enjoy a quiet meal at home, or indulge at local restaurants, including this one, this one, and this one.


Start your morning of exploration with a cup of coffee from the kitchen...


Or, just lounge about at home.


Either way, sleep deep and soundly at night.


If you are interested in renting Silly Goose Farm, please email us at sillygoosefarm@gmail.com.

6 comments:

The Neo-Traditionalist said...

Hi Deanna! I've been meaning to write you---forgive me! ADORE your farm. I wish I could move right in! My friend rented an entire boys summer camp for lodging for her guests, otherwise I'd be at your front door! Thank you for introducing me to your beautiful home : ) I'll be living vicariously through your country house adventures for the time being!

xx Katie

Deanna (Silly Goose Farm) said...

Hi Katie,

Thanks for your sweet comment. A whole camp, how fun! Can't wait to hear about all the adventures and tomfoolery. Lots of exciting things in store here on this little blog, stay tuned!

So nice to "meet" you. Best in everything, my dear!

Prippy Handbook said...

I would LOVE to... but will be at a wedding that weekend. It looks so super beautiful and I can imagine all of the adventures I would have in a weekend down at the farm!

Maybe next time (fingers crossed!)...

Deanna (Silly Goose Farm) said...

Hey PH - If you (or anyone you know) is interested in renting the farm ANYTIME, just let me know! We are a two-hour train ride from NYC (about 3 by car) and 2 hour car drive from Boston. Beautiful area of the country. We'd love to have you!

Thanks for visiting me :-)

Jenn from Much to My Delight said...

The answer is YES...I have dreamed of living in my own farmhouse! I live in NYC and am always up for a quiet weekend in the country, and your house looks like the perfect spot! I think I'll continue checking in with your blog to see if this offer crops up again, because I have a group of friends who may have interest as well!

Deanna (Silly Goose Farm) said...

Hi Jenn,

My husband and I are lucky in that we have very flexible jobs and love to be spontaneous. Email me if you have particular dates in mind you'd like to rent the farm. I will send you more information on the house and property, as well as any happenings in the time you'd like to visit. We are also a convenient 2 hour train ride from NYC (tickets are approximately $50 round trip). You will need a car/taxi to get from the train station to the farm.