For many, a visit to June Farms in West Sand Lake is a day trip with our families to escape the chaos of everyday life while enjoying it's rustic charm, good food and drinks and adorable animals like goats, chickens, pigs and cows.  But a recent article may go a long way to potentially bring overnight visitors from all over the world to this gem in the Capital Region.

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The article entitled "Eight Farmhouses on Airbnb That Will Make You Want to Abandon City Life," was published recently by Architectural Digest, an internationally distributed  magazine by Conde Naste.   The reputable monthly digest had as much praise for The Lodge at June Farms in West Sand Lake as it had for other notable cabins as far away as California, France, South Africa and India.

The magazine described the The Lodge cabin at June Farms as, "In Upstate, New York, The Lodge at June Farms is as whimsically quaint as its name implies," adding that it's "Rustic in all the right ways."

A Tweet by June Farms owner Matt Baumgartner (@JuneFarmsMatt) on Thursday seemed to express a great deal of well-deserved gratitude for the national recognition. 


The Lodge at June Farms has received an almost near perfect rating by Airbnb guests . Described on Airbnb as  "a stunning, rustic, open-floor-plan retreat...(with a )screened-in front porch (looking) down onto our beautiful horse pasture," those who have stayed there, and reviewed it, have given it 4.94/5 stars

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