Come relax in the cozy, one-bedroom guest house on 35-acre New Morning Farm. Harvest fresh organic vegetables from the garden to create delicious meals in a well-appointed kitchen. Havener Pond is a short walk and saltwater access to Muscongus Bay a short drive. Camden/Rockport, Rockland, and Damariscotta are equidistant (25 minutes), offering museums, events, and many good restaurants.
Our guest house, known as the Hen House, is a one-bedroom house with everything you need for a relaxing stay.
Guests have full access to the Hen House and most other parts of the farm, such as the vegetable gardens, fire pit, pergola, meadows, and woods.
We will likely be here, as well as available throughout your stay to answer questions. Stays will begin with an orientation that should answer most questions.
The closest shopping is at the Hannaford in Waldoboro, but larger supermarkets and specialty food stores are farther afield, in Camden/Rockland, Rockport, and Damariscotta. There are a few nearby convenience stores.
We expect guests to respect the peace and tranquility of our farm.
We ask that you, please, leave your shoes inside at the entrance to guest house, so it's a good idea to bring house slippers.
Please, leave the guest house broom clean and put any items/furniture/books back where you found them. Please, leave dishes clean.
Bed can be stripped and linens and towels left in shower floor or hamper.
After my 42 year career in Psychology and education I now spend my time gardening, preserving our organic produce for the year, cooking, and loving our life here. My husband, John, is an ornithologist and his job is in the field of alternative energy. He is the real gardener/farmer here and does everything by hand with old-fashioned tools. We began our adventure in organic gardening 30 years ago. We are both involved with our local land trust; John is on the board of the Medomak Valley Land Trust.