We're happy to hear Jordan enjoyed his stay with us. We've replaced the shower curtain and adjusted the hardware so it doesn't hang so low into the shower. This should have been caught before his arrival, and we're sorry he didn't reach out to us during his stay so it could have been corrected then!
So that future guests understand, Jason thought this his family would be the ONLY guests here. Morning Song Farm offers 5 listings; spread over a 20 acre working organic farm; often all five are booked. Three of our listings are stand alone properties, and two are part of the original three-family farmhouse. All listings are completely separate, have their own hottubs, and have no common areas. We've installed some sophisticated soundproofing in the main farmhouse and have never had a Whimsical guest mention our soundproofing wasn't adequate. All visitors should expect to see and hear others ON the farm as they walk our roads, including others guests, crew members, and the farmers like me, that live here.
Jordan's primary complaint was that we had nothing to harvest and offer him during his stay except raw honey and fresh eggs. We should make it more clear in our listing to non farmers, that no farm harvests fruit every day of the year. Harvest windows open and close throughout the year, based on numerous factors, and we proudly offer our organic produce whenever it's available.
Getting here: we're a couple miles off a major interstate freeway. The entire road, right to our farmgate is the same construction and width as the adjacent highway. It is VERY curvy, which causes folks to slow down; making it safer. The road to our place should be a non issue unless a driver is just learning how to drive.
There is NO rodent problem in our homes; Jordan's remark is about walking outside and seeing a dead mouse here and there. That's truly rare because we have an active owl and hawk population. Sounds like our winged friends were on a diet that day. ;/