What a pleasure it was to stay in this unique and relaxing farmhouse and town. Moss Crayton, its host, is a kind, thoughtful gentleman, who cared deeply about the quality of our stay. Our children were delighted by backyard soccer, the tree swing, visits from the neighboring farm's chickens, and the occasional sights and sounds of sheep not too far away (but not too close). A three-minute walk away, Church's Deli, Dad's diner, a country grocery store and a gas/convenience store offered delicious, ample variety (including ice cream sundaes) for our multi-week stay. The fully-equipped kitchen was also a welcome option. Breathtaking views of mountains, farms, horse ranches, and deer who seem unfazed by motorists were already worth the cost of the stay. Inside, we found a transformative, low/no tech (good Wi-Fi, though) experience including vintage board games, vinyl record fun for all tastes (e.g. Children’s stories, Tchaikovsky, Boston ‘70s band), and hundreds of books in all categories for all ages from young reader to teen to Tolstoy; you have to see this book collection to believe it. Either the rooster to the West or the post office to the East may awaken you every morning, and you may wish to check with the host about whether he or tenants may also staying in the house, which has been divided into two sections. Only one upstairs bathroom was available in our section. Though Moss, our host, kept a very low profile managing the grounds, we became very comfortable and friendly with him during our six-week stay. We decided to share the laundry room (in ‘our section of the house’) with Moss (the laundry room can be accessed from either section) and we let him know by text when we’d be out all day. A few harmless country bugs in the house and a bit of sulfur smell in the water were all part of the escape/experience for us; our family is now a closer-knit, less technology-centered bunch who are happier knowing that we don’t “need” as much as we thought we did! Priceless. We’ll be back!