The House-Bus is equipped with solar powered fairy lights, a full size bed, lamps, a bar, the most comfortable chairs, a desk, end-tables, etc... Guests are free to use bathrooms, showers, wifi, and all common areas in the Farmhouse which is next door and only a few steps away. An A/C unit and a heater make this really fancy "glamping"! 155 Acres of nature trails and the hot tub are a few of the many highlights. We have cute goats, a garden, killer coffee/tea, extra work spaces, and more.
This bus was engineered for a nursery and has been converted into a house bus! It's got a A/C/dehumidifier unit that is also useful, but runs from the grid. Solar powered fairy lights twinkle at night and it is elegantly outfitted with a bar, chairs, and small tables. It sleeps max two people in one full size bed located in the back. It is safe for kids as the batteries have been removed so no one could accidentally crank it up! :) Guests are welcome to come into the house at anytime and use the kitchen, fridge, work-spaces, wifi, either of the bathrooms, living room etc...
Disponible para huéspedes
The bus is totally private. Guests will have to take the 30 second tromp into the house to use the bathrooms or main kitchen when needed. Guests are free to enjoy the farm-house common areas including the hot tub and the many nature trails.
Atención a los huéspedes
We give guests the tour and then they are on their own. However, we do hang out often on the porches in the evenings and are known to pot-luck it with guests when the timing seems right.
We ask guests not to change, damage, or remove any of our property. No smoking in the bus or farmhouse. We will give you the door code (4 dig) so you can also use the house facilities anytime. Shower, towels, coffee, etc... are all located just a few steps away in the farmhouse. No pets please.
When I'm at home I run Orange Twin Records, a small independent record label. I also garden and help take care of the dogs and goats on our small farm. I like to play music and ride horses in my spare time. In the summertime, I am a manager of a local canoe and kayak outpost on a nearby river. I grew up in Athens, as my father was a UGA professor, therefore I know the town and its history fairly well and enjoy sharing what I can with newcomers.