New York March 29, 2017
There’s A Charming Inn Nestled On This New York Dairy Farm That You Must Visit
This winter has been one New York can’t quite seem to shake. With warmer weather soon to be on its way, we’ve become anxious to start planning our next adventure to pass the time and fight against going completely stir-crazy. One of our favorite places to visit when we want to get away from it all, the Adirondacks is home to a ton of amazing accommodations that will surround you with jaw-dropping beauty. So if you were wondering where you should stay when you’re looking to head up north, try making the trip to this picturesque inn that’s right on a dairy farm!
Located right on the border of Clinton and Essex Counties, the small town of Au Sable Forks will bring you up north amongst our Adirondack landscapes.
Nestled against the backdrop of New York's tallest mountains, Asgaard Farm & Dairy is like something out of a story book.
Drive down a luscious tunnel of trees and at the end of the road you'll be greeted by a picturesque farm that will become your new favorite destination.
The farm was the former residence of well-known artist Rockwell Kent, who lived on the property until he passed away in 1971.
Rockwell had originally designed and built The Emerson House for his son in the 1930s, but it would be Gladys and Tinker Emerson who would go on to live in the home.
The current owners of the farm had the house carefully renovated, now serving as an Adirondack inn that allows guests to live in a unique part of history.
The Emerson House has two bedrooms and a full bathroom upstairs, with a beautiful naturally lit kitchen, sitting room and half bath on the main floor.
Available for both long and short term rentals, The Emerson House is open all throughout the year and even has laundry facilities in the basement.
But the best part about staying on the Asgaard Farm? The fact that you'll walk away with a new appreciation for agriculture and overall farm life.
Today, Asgaard has a goat dairy and creamery, along with many other farm animals that make up their diversified farm.
The farm even features a charming little store where guests can visit if they're interested in getting cheeses, eggs, meats, vegetables and other goods produced on the farm.
Another reason why its an amazing experience to stay on this farm? Guests have the option of helping out with tasks like collecting eggs, feeding the kid goats or even milking the goats!
But if you're simply interested in soaking in the breathtaking sights that inspired Rockwell Kent's exquisite paintings, that's okay too.
From cows and pigs to goats and chickens, you'll find a new friend to meet around every corner.
So if you want to take a one-of-a-kind adventure up in the Adirondacks, now's the time to book your stay at The Emerson House on Asgaard Farm & Dairy!
The Emerson House requires a two night minimum stay, with the owners living right on the farm that will be available when they're needed by the guests. To book your stay and to find out more information about the farm,
How to get here:
74 Asgaard Way Au Sable Forks, NY 12912
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