The Master Suite is a private room with a private bathroom in the Farmhouse at Woods Hill. The farm is located at the foothills of the White Mountains.
Located in Bath, New Hampshire, Kristin Canty bought The Farm at Woods Hill in 2013.
The Farm at Woods Hill is committed to pasturing and humanely raising livestock as well as sustainable farming practices. Today, we supply our restaurants Woods Hill Table & Adelita with the best pasture raised meats and ecologically viable ingredients available.
Each year we produce over 40 beef cows, nearly 100 pigs, 3,000 broilers, 300 laying hens, 500 ducks, and more than 20 lambs and quail, as well as blueberries, raspberries, garlic, pumpkins, apples, herbs and other vegetables. Our 265-acre property also boasts five beehives, and 300 mushroom logs that sprout a variety of mushrooms including oyster, shiitake, and lion’s mane. The free-range poultry, pasture-raised pigs, and 100% grass-fed and finished beef and lamb are all raised without antibiotics or growth hormones. The animals grow at the pace of their natural life cycle and the animals are healthy—naturally—which also promotes the health of the land.
The farmhouse has 7 unique bedrooms, 5 full bathrooms, one which includes a whirl pool tub. There are 2 Kings, 2 Queens, 3 Full, and 8 Bunk beds. The farmhouse was built in 1849 and has been renovated throughout the years.
The farmhouse has a fully equipped kitchen with 2 ovens, an immense refrigerator, dishwasher, and an antique butcher block. There is a kitchen table that seats 6 in front of the brick fire place. Attached to the kitchen is a wet bar with ample storage + connected
to the wet bar is a more elegant dining room.
There is a parlor with an antique W.P. Emerson piano from Boston. There is also a warm reading nook on the second floor with a wonderful view of Mount Moosilauke + many book options. On the third floor there is a yoga studio & a home gym in the basement that is equipped with a weight machine + treadmill.
On the main floor of the farmhouse there is a laundry room with a washer + dryer & a mud room where, boots, coats, and gear can be stored.
All of the mattresses, bedding, and towels in the farmhouse are made of non-toxic & organic materials. We use the most Eco-friendly cleaners to clean the farmhouse + we compost & recycle.
We have created a series of trails that displays how serene and beautiful the property is. Whether you enjoy snowshoeing, cross country skiing, mountain biking, or walking we have plenty of terrain for any activity. So grab your boots, bring your gear, & hit the trails!
We also offer stay packages that are available during your time on the farm.
SPA STAY (options include yoga classes, professional massage, facials, Reiki, manicures, and pedicures)
FARM STAY (options include farm tours, etc.)
FOOD STAY (options include our seasonal farm products at farmer’s market prices: meat cuts, eggs, veggies, optional garden harvest or vegetable volume discount)
MAPLE STAY (options include a pint or quart of real NH maple syrup –made by our neighbors, local pancake mix, and our eggs, etc.)
Bath, NH is a quaint town with one of the oldest covered bridges left in New Hampshire. Along with the fully functioning covered bridge + the beautiful Ammonoosuc River, there is the Brick Store. The Brick Store is the oldest continuously running general store in America, it's a must see on your way to the farmhouse. They are known for their homemade fudge & smoked cheese + pepperoni. There are many local restaurants in the surrounding towns that support local farmers, brewers, etc. Along with restaurants there are many breweries. Enjoy Live music at the Colonial Theater in Bethlehem NH, stroll through Main Street in Littleton + the Littleton Farmers Market on every Sunday 10 AM- 1PM in the Summer. Go Kayaking, Canoeing, or even tubing on the Ammonoosuc River, put in by the Covered Bridge! Go for a hike in Franconia Notch or any where in the White Mountains. If you don't want to venture too far from the property we have plenty of activities available. Whether it be going for a nature walk, snow shoeing, nordic skiing, or relaxing at our pond, observing the animals, picking your own berries, there are many options for everyone!
Bath, New Hampshire, USA