Overview Lodging


OQ Farm is easily accessible from Boston (2.5 hours by car or bus), or New York City (4.5 hours by car, bus or train).  

By Plane: The nearest airports are Lebanon, NH (30 minutes), Manchester, NH (1.5 hours), or Boston’s Logan International Airport (2.5 hours). People coming into Logan can take a Dartmouth Coach bus direct to Lebanon, NH or take a connecting flight into the Lebanon, NH airport.  We will be available to assist transport to the farm for participants from the NH Manchester Airport, if arranged in advance.  We are able to easily pick up from the Lebanon, NH Airport anytime free of charge.  The Burlington, VT Airport may also be considered, but all connecting transportation to the farm will need to be handled independently (by personal rental car for instance).

By Bus: Destinations are either White River Junction, VT (Greyhound Buses) or Lebanon, NH (Dartmouth Coach). Either of these bus stations is convenient for us to pick up anytime free of charge.

By Train:  Rutland, VT and White River Junction, VT are destination stops with Amtrak, originating from New York City.

By Car: We are just off of Rte 4 -- 8 miles West from Woodstock, VT, in between Killington and Woodstock in the small town of Bridgewater Corners.  GPS should be set to 298 Holiday Farm Road, Bridgewater, VT.



Lodging is comprised primarily of nicely appointed cabins with shared baths.  No more than four participants will share a cabin for our workshops.  There are some private rooms available for an additional surcharge ($20 per night, payable upon arrival), on a first come – first serve basis, but most will have a shared bath with one other person.  There is also a very nice bed and breakfast within walkable distance (less than a mile) from the farm for those wishing full privacy: October Country Inn, as well as many other four and five star hotels less than 10 minutes away in downtown Woodstock, VT if you are traveling with your own car.  

Please contact Keri Wiederspahn at keri@oqfarm.org for any special lodging requests and their availability, or to request our local lodging recommendations.



Food will be fresh, healthy, locally-sourced as possible from our own gardens, and prepared daily. We will try to accommodate any special dietary needs or allergies if given ample notice.