Deerparkhaven Farm - King with view of Mount Hope
Deerparkhaven Farm - King with view of Mount Hope
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1 bedroom
1 bed
2 baths
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2 baths
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Stay in a rustic log cabin on an organic farm with a private forest and spectacular views of Mount Hope, Kawkawa Lake and the Cascade Mountains. The price also includes a full hot breakfast for two people with our own farm fresh eggs, home made jam, fresh squeezed orange juice fresh brewed coffee or tea and more. This is a very large room with king size bed. There is lots of room to do yoga and a nice table and chairs to sit and write or read comfortably.


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On Fridays and Saturdays the minimum stay is 1 night.

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Anna User Profile
September 2017
Good bed. Great host. Very good food. And bike and boat possibilities.

Carrie User ProfileCarrie is a superhost.
September 2017
Joe's place is a most interesting place to stay. The cabin is rustic and I'd call the interior folksy, and it was very comfortable. The bed was especially good. It's likely that Joe's into something that will interest you. The breakfast with Joe and friend was great. Nice, quiet spot, close to major roads.

Christopher User Profile
September 2017
I'm not sure I will be able to describe how great this place is. It is a small quirky venue with big character. Rooms are comfortable and clean, good breakfast and Joe whips up a great evening meal (defiantly recommend it). They also have proper tea! Fantastic views all around the site, close to the town of hope and some great walking trails not far away at all. This venue offers a quiet area outside on the porch where you could curl up with a good book or if it is a little bit of adventure you're after they also have canoes and bikes you can hire. I don't know what I was expecting when I came here but i absolutely loved it and I was sad to leave. Fantastic venue hosted by even better people.

Nancy And Jesse User ProfileNancy And Jesse is a superhost.
August 2017
Joe's place was great! We stayed in the room with comfy king bed. Nice sheets and towels. Joe made us a delicious homemade breakfast. He is a great guy to chat with and has lots of interesting projects going on on his nice secluded property close to the scenic town of Hope. We enjoyed staying here, wish we could have had a little more time.

Helga User Profile
August 2017
Joe made us feel very welcome ...the king bed was (URL HIDDEN) comfortable...fresh squeezed orange juice and organic eggs were such a treat at breakfast

Larry User Profile
July 2017
Joe was very friendly and welcoming to his rustic log cabin on a small farm just outside of Hope, BC. Very nice view of Mount Hope from our bedroom with the bedroom decorated with nice antique furniture. Not sure if it is included but we were treated to a tasty, fresh breakfast with farm fresh eggs, bacon and toast.

Ute Maria User Profile
July 2017
I loved to stay in Deergardshaven! It was the place I expecte(URL HIDDEN)kind of "real" Canada, calm, in the middle of nature, an organic farm with ducks and chicken and two friendly cats. Joe is a friendly and open-minded man and a great cook: His "10-Kilo-Sheppards Pie" was amazing and the dinner-talk was really interesting. I really want to come back and stay for more than one night. Thanks for a great experience!

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Hope, CanadaJoined in November 2015
Joe User ProfileJoe is a superhost.

I have been called eccentric before, I would at least go along with eclectic. Although I have all of the modern conveniences now, I have lived about 11 years of my life without electricity or any of the trappings. I am 66 and I don't think that I have had a television for even 1/4 of my life. I have not had one now for about 6 years. I am not a Luddite though. I program websites, in my spare time, developing php/mysql interfaces. I love to read and I have an extensive library of work from psychology to mythology, philosophy, history, economics and lots of reference material on farming and wilderness survival. By all accounts, I am a fantastic cook and have spent many years in the hospitality and/or grocery industries. I am now homesteading acreage outside of a small town in southwestern BC. I have been clearing and leveling land for 3+ years in order to develop an organic mountain farm. This past year was our first year of selling our produce and, of course, we had a drought, which was somewhat of a disaster but I was able to salvage the garden. I have had 67 young people from 14 countries on 4 continents stay with me over the past year as a part of a volunteer program and our reviews there are awesome. One of my fellows said, though tongue in cheek, "Make no mistake, this place is not normal." although he said there was no place that he would rather have stayed. I think you will probably feel the same way if you come and stay here. :)

Oh, it says to tell you 5 things that I can't live without. Let's see, clean air, good water, healthy fresh food, good books, my wife and cats.

I think probably my favourite novel would be "How Green Is My Valley" by Richard Llewelyn. My favourite poet, Robbie Burns, of course! I think "The Dragons of Eden" by Carl Sagan and "The Dancing Wu Li Masters" by Gary Zukav should be required reading. I guess I'm what you would call a 'history buff' and I consume historical fiction and biographies.

As for movies, I prefer foreign films, "Jean de Florette" and "Manon de la Source" taken as one movie is probably my favourite, if I had to pick one although I love Akira Kurosawa's stuff and Yang Zhimou.

Music, my tastes run from Eminem to Wagner. Hip hop, pop, rock, metal, folk, but opera is the ultimate. Good music is good music, whatever the genre.

My favourite food must be Italian and I make fantastic authentic Italian dishes. I love Mexican food, but a good pork roast with sauerkraut is always welcome to my kitchen table. ;)

My motto is: Don't do anything unless you have to, don't do today what you can put off till tomorrow, and be excellent to yourself.


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