Liberty Hill Farm was founded in 1780 by John Emerson, grandfather of Dr. Charles Wesley Emerson, founder of Emerson College in Boston. Our family is only the fifth family to own the farm since its inception. Once you visit the farm you’ll realize why there’s been such a low turnover rate.
We’ve been welcoming guests from all around the world since 1984, many of whom return year after year, becoming dear friends and "family of the heart".
You may have heard about Beth’s famous farm-fresh meals using local farm fresh foods, or the quiet comfort inherent to the heart of Vermont and the everyday adventure that is life on the Liberty Hill Farm. Folks come to celebrate anniversaries, birthdays, and family reunions, or participate in business and group retreats. No matter your visit’s purpose, a fulfilling farm experience for you means everything to us. There is so much to explore in the fields and forest surrounding the farm. Well, that along with our daily farm chores, milking the cows, feeding the baby calves and cuddling the kittens.
We look forward to making your acquaintance and making your stay a pleasure.
Beth and Bob have hosted guests on their working dairy farm since 1984. They truly welcome the world to come share their home and their table and enjoy the experience of Vermont farm life.