Turtle Brook Farm is an outdoor oasis for hikers, birders, fishermen, mountain bikers, equine enthusiasts or anyone else looking to get away to the heart of Bath County’s unspoiled mountain splendor.

Each of our two single-bedroom cabins, can comfortably accommodate a family of four, or two couples and each comes complete with a fully equipped kitchen, grilling facilities, pleasant living areas and decks from which to take in tranquil farm and mountain views.

Our season begins in April and runs thru the end of October.

Unplug and unwind at Turtle Broom Farm. Technology is limited at the cabins but available at the host's Farm House.

Turtle Brook Farm is pet-friendly, with a cabin limit of two pets.

Minimum stay two nights

The Farm is an easy two-mile drive to the Warm Springs Pools.

Turtle Brook is conveniently located on U.S. 220, just two miles north of Warm Springs and seven miles north of The Homestead resort. Lake Moomaw and Douthat State Park are within a half-hour drive, and the many natural attractions of the Alleghany Highlands are within easy reach.

Turtle Brook offers guests an opportunity to engage with the spirit of the horses on the farm. A chance to groom, feed, be part of the everyday equine care and to learn the rudiments of equine safety are available.

Trails lace the 100 acres of Turtle Brook Farm, leading into National Forest. An easy access from the cabins take guests to Dragon Fly Pond, one of several perfect retreats on the farm.

The Jackson River/Hidden Valley Complex is a 3.5-mile drive from the farm. There guests can hike, fish and jump into the river for a cooling dip.