- 100% refund if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 7 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 7 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Guests with infants need to bring a portable crib.Guests with infants need to bring a portable crib.
Max guests: 10
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- Speed Limit is 10 MPH on gravel roads.
- Please remove dirty shoes before entering the house.
- The playground equipment on Fox Meadow Lane is not ours, please do not use!
About Helen Bisset
My husband and I are retired FBI Agents and college professors I am a Private Investigator and farmer. We moved to Adventure farm to get out of the hustle and bustle of the DC area and found we love small town living. Over the years we raised hogs, goats, chickens and cattle and have many stories to tell about our "adventures" on Adventure Farm. We love to share the farm with others and are pleased to be your hosts.
Helen Bisset purchased this house in 2007
Why Helen Bisset chose Kerrs Creek
Our adventures on the farm began in 2007 when we moved from Arlington, VA to Lexington, VA in search of a more peaceful existence. We wanted to operate a farm where we could raise much of our food and have extra to sell in town. We sold eggs, meat chickens, turkeys, beef and pork to the healthy food store and to clients interested in fresh, non-medicated pasture raised meat, eggs and veggies. We raised pigs every year and first began the operation with our own boar and sows. The litters ranged from 8-12 piglets and they kept us busy. We eventually sold the boar and sows and purchased piglets from a local breeder. We purchased three pregnant cows from a local ranger and learned a lot about cows and their protective nature. After being chased through the woods after trying to give shots to the newborn calves, we decided that cattle were too much for us to handle and stuck with pigs! We maintained a flock of laying hens for 11 years, each group of layers having its own personality. The Leghorns kept flying out of the coop area and laying eggs in the barn which kept the black rat snakes happy. We got rid of them and went with more sedate hens although the Leghorns were prolific layers. After keeping roosters for a few years, we decided to be rooster free after one attacked my husband when he went out to feed the horses. Roosters are very territorial and he hadn’t seen much of my husband. After a trip to the emergency room I agreed that is was time to re-home Elvis and he was adopted by a lady who showed him at the fair. Our last flock was like dogs as they followed us around the farm. We allowed them to free range during the day if we were home but locked them up at night to prevent predators. We did lose a few hens to a hawk that still lives in a nest along our drive up to the farm. We always had two or three horses, mini horses, and or donkeys on the farm. So many stories about farm life!