Where Imagination Thrives

Our extensive grounds contain shared spaces for relaxation, adventure and learning. While one guest explores the dense summer forest, another kayaks downriver from the Landing. Conceived as a fully functional microfarm, our 30 acres are full of activity zones where nature and people come together. As plants mature in the Greenhouse nursery, fresh fruit grows ripe in the Orchard. The Farm is a study in light and harmony, where life and living merge sustainably. Goldberry Woods Farm is a retreat unlike any other.

The Fields

The beauty of micro-farming is the ever-changing abundance of annual and perennial vegetables and small fruit. No season is the same, but each delights with new additions and old favorites. In our thoughtfully curated fields, you’ll find asparagus, peppers, heirloom tomatoes, beans, peas, lettuces and brassicas, and small fruits. The list goes on and on!

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The Greenhouse

Our best horticultural ideas begin in the greenhouse—part plant nursery, part micro-farm laboratory. As young plants grow, this provides shelter from the elements and a controlled environment to support maturation, from seed to sprout. Here, guests ask questions and learn the craft and science behind the Goldberry Woods philosophy.

Three cold frames provide a continuous supply of winter greens, root vegetables, and brassicas (that’s farmer-speak for broccoli!). Late winter begins the process of seed starting both for the fields and the hoophouse. We plant many of our annuals in the soil of the hoophouse in order to get a jump start on summer produce and extend the season!

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Market Stand

Take home the best of our organically grown produce, cut flowers, seedlings, and vintage planters.

Take home the best of our organically grown produce, cut flowers, seedlings, and vintage planters.

  • Tomato, Pepper, Herb, and Flower Seedlings
  • Vintage Succulent Planters
  • Annual Herb and Flower Planters
  • Annual Vegetables including heirloom tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, and herbs
  • Novelty vegetables including yardlong beans, cucamelons, and squash flowers
  • Perennial vegetables including sunchokes and asparagus
  • Small fruit including blueberries and raspberries
  • Orchard fruit including cherries, apples, and pears

Visit the Market Stand during daylight hours from May 15 – October 15. Check our street signs for our current offerings. Much of our gardens will be available for U-pick so that you can choose your favorite varieties!

Our staff is usually available assist with your purchases, but there is also a self-serve honor box at the stand.

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Gardens & Critters

At Goldberry Woods we have worked diligently to cultivate an environment that welcomes all creatures, great and small. Our lush organic gardens feature different species of flowers to provide bloom Spring through Fall. Fresh cut flowers are available for purchase seasonally as well. Come take a stroll through our organic gardens and enjoy the bit of wildlife!

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Food Forest

Our collection of forest-fresh ingredients grows by the season. Guests can explore nut harvesting, maple syrup production, foraging for fiddlehead ferns, mushrooms and more. These outings teach and delight our guests with delicious food and one-of-a-kind experiences.

Want to learn even more about food forests? Our neighborhood mushroom and foraging expert, Eric Lester, offers private and group foraging walks specifically tailored to your interests any time of year. Contact the office in advance to schedule your tour.

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The Orchard

Through seasons of planting and nurturing, we’ve revived a decades-old orchard where guests pick delicious organic fruit. What began as a neglected group of apple, pear and cherry trees now includes young Asian pears, peaches, quince, plums, figs and apricots. On warm days, stone fruit straight from the tree makes the perfect refreshment.

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The Apiary

Something’s abuzz at Goldberry Woods—it’s our apiary, where our bees produce honey and help pollinate the diverse array of plants onsite. These friendly insects play a key role in the Farm’s rich biodiversity.

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Farm Fresh Eggs

At Goldberry Woods Farm, guests experience our founding values in action. We’re committed to preserving our natural ecosystem and creating a space for plants, animals and people to flourish—by limiting waste and promoting sustainability. We also believe that diversity and inclusion are the cornerstones of a thriving human community.

We have several varieties of sweet hens including Barred Rocks, Buff Orpingtons, Easter Eggers, Golden Comets, and Light Brahmas. The ladies provide us with a dazzling array of colored eggs and endless entertainment! Their favorite food is leftover pancakes!

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Farm To Breakfast Table

Rise and shine: Each morning, we prepare a delicious breakfast with ingredients sourced from the Farm. Gathering around community spaces and sharing a meal is the perfect way to start your day. Savor delicious creations from our kitchen. Breakfast is included with your room at the inn, and cottage guests may join in if they make an advanced reservation.

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