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Thank you for visiting our site. We have sold the farm and are not taking reservations.

We appreciate all of you who have contributed to our wonderful experience at the farm, memories we’ll carry forever. We're not sure if the new owners, who take possession May 24, are planning to run the B&B in the future, but they are definitely keeping the store open so please continue to visit. As you know, small farms in Vermont are a rarity and becoming more so every year so anything you can do to support Hollister Hill Farm so it’s here for future generations is greatly appreciated. Thank you, again, for your part in our fantastic adventure.

The Dunlops 
Hollister Hill Farm

Our Story

We are a family of six (four teenagers!). Originally from Canada, we have been in the U.S. for more than 20 years and have lived in Seattle, New York, Florida, Washington, DC, and are now thrilled to be Vermonters.

We visited HHF for the first time about 14 years ago when we had only three of our kids. We instantly fell in love with the place, returning several times over the next five years. At that time, Bob and Lee joked we should purchase the farm. We laughed, got in our car and drove away. Then, after an interlude when we were too far away to visit, we returned the summer of 2020. The farm was for sale, and the rest, as they say, is history.

We’re pretty excited to have the privilege of running the farm. We love it here and plan to make that love show in its day-to-day operation.

We know a large part of what makes HHF so great is how much all of you love it, too. So, come by if you’re close enough to visit and sign up to receive emails if you can’t make it over. Either way, we want to share the place with you.

Neil & Catherine

The Dunlops in the barn at Hollister Hill FarmCows grazingCows grazingNeil and Catherine caring for the goats at Hollister Hill FarmCatherine pouring the milk at Hollister Hill FarmSugar Shack - BedroomOld photo of the house at Hollister Hill Farm

Tails from the Hill

Read more stories about life here on our the farm in our blog, Tails from the Hill.
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