Gallery All The FarmhouseHaven on the HilltopHaven in the MeadowThe YurtThe PropertyThe Labyrinth The Gardens The Farmhouse in summer. Cozy living room with fireplace. Harvest table in dining area accommodates 6 to 12 people. There is an additional table for use if needed. Full amenity kitchen. A spectacular masonry in the kitchen. Stairwell to the second floor. The Mystic bedroom, south facing with a queen bed overlooking the gardens. The green bedroom with twin beds and armoire. Country quilts or duvets on all of the beds. All rooms are tastefully decorated. The peaceful blue bedroom with double bed, dresser and shelf. Main floor Sage bedroom with double bed, next to main floor bathroom. Main floor bathroom. Second floor 4 piece bathroom. Farmhouse in the winter. Welcome to the Haven on the Hilltop. Haven on the Hilltop overlooks the hills and valleys of Northumberland. The main floor of Haven on the Hilltop. An endearing place to meditate, write and find peace. Looking over the valleys and hills from the bay window in Haven on the Hilltop. Upstairs loft with double mattress in the Haven on the Hill-top. The two windows in the loft enable you to enjoy the soft breeze usually present on the hill. Haven in winter. Haven on the Hill beside Labyrinth. Awe-inspiring sunsets. An aerial view of Haven on the Hill-top (Photo by Northumberland Tourism) A comfortable double sofa bed and secretarial are on the main floor of Haven in the Meadow. A queen mattress and quaint country bedding in the loft of “Haven in the Meadow”. Trail from Have in the Meadow to the valley On the Way to Haven in the Meadow. Haven in the Meadow Haven in the Meadow Sideview A fabulous spacious 30 foot diameter yurt. Welcome to the Yurt - a place to nourish your body, heart and soul. Ready for Yoga in the yurt. Access to 10 yoga mats, cushions, blankets or bring your own. Access to 20 back-jacks and/or 20 chairs ready for use in circle/council. Wintertime at the Yurt - heated by a propane stove. Art inside the Yurt. The “Sacred Truth Tree” in the valley. Sunrises are magical. The lush forest in midsummer. Winter magic - trails for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing or walking. One of many paths through the forest. The labyrinth overlooks the valleys and hills of Northumberland Hills. The wetlands in the south east is a cherished place for wildlife. The magnificent birches in autumn. Sunny summer day on the trail. Red pines alight with the afternoon sun. Homes throughout the property for the blue birds and other species. The owl keeping an eye on the lands. The stream mid-way through the forest. Spectacular fall colours. Morning mist. A rainbow over the trail leading from the farm house to meadows and forests. On the Way to Haven in the Meadow. Autumn makes a carpet of leaves and seeds in the forest. The garden at dawn. The Black Walnut Trail on the way to the Yurt and the Haven in the Meadow. Winter light on the trails. Into the woods. Fall at Fells Meadows. An amazing view. Aerial shot of labyrinth. Photo courtesy of Northumberland Tourism. Overlooking the Valley. Sunrise at Fells Meadows. Labyrinth in the Fall. The back garden’s beds of veggies and cover crops to regenerate the soil. Lettuce galore. A natural nursery of black walnut tree saplings. Supporting the pollinators is a priority for us. Chard. Our world wouldn’t have food if it wasn’t for the bumblebees and other pollinators. All bees are presently at risk. An abundance of apples on the back ridge in the fall. Asclepias tuberosa commonly known as Butterfly Weed because the butterflies are attracted to it’s colour. Jewelweed in the forest is a natural remedy for poison ivy, poison oak and numerous skin ailments. Kale anyone? A major reason for the stark depletion of monarchs is the significant reduction of their food such as milkweed.