Directions to Tanglebloom || 21 Harris Hill Rd., Brookline VT 05345 || 802.365.0252

From Brattleboro (22 mins. / 15 mi.):

Travel north on Route 30. About 1 mile north of the village of Newfane, you will see a sign for Brookline. Turn right onto Radway Hill Road. Continue downhill, crossing the green iron bridge, where Radway Hill Road becomes Grassy Brook Rd. About one-half mile from the green iron bridge, turn left uphill onto Harris Hill Rd. (NOT Hill Road, which you will pass first! Or, if you reach the "T" intersection with Putney Mountain Road, you've gone too far). Harris Hill is steep but short - as you reach the top, bear left into the driveway - we're the first place on the left. Currently there is not a sign, but there is a "21" marker at the driveway entrance, and you'll see a brown house with a red roof, and...a field of flowers.

From Putney (18 mins. / 8 mi.):

Travel northwest on Kimball Hill Road, which becomes Westminster Road. Turn slight left onto West Hill Road. In about 2.5 miles, turn right onto Putney Mountain Road. Continue about 4.5 miles over Putney Mountain. At the bottom of the hill, once the road turns back to pavement, turn left at the stop sign onto Grassy Brook Road, following the sign for Route 30. In less than a half-mile, take your first right, uphill, onto Harris Hill Rd. (if you reach the green iron bridge, you've gone about a half-mile too far). Harris Hill is steep but short - as you reach the top, bear left into the driveway - we're the first place on the left. Currently there is not a sign, but there is a "21" marker at the driveway entrance, and you'll see a brown house with a red roof, and...a field of flowers. 

From Townshend (7 mins. / 5 mi.):

Travel south on Route 30. Turn left onto Radway Hill Rd. near the Sunday flea market, following the sign for Brookline. Continue downhill, crossing the green iron bridge, where Radway Hill Road becomes Grassy Brook Rd. About one-half mile from the green iron bridge, turn left uphill onto Harris Hill Rd. (NOT Hill Road, which you will pass first! Or, if you reach the "T" intersection with Putney Mountain Road, you've gone too far). Harris Hill is steep but short - as you reach the top, bear left into the driveway - we're the first place on the left. Currently there is not a sign, but there is a "21" marker at the driveway entrance, and you'll see a brown house with a red roof, and...a field of flowers.

 

A farm stand will be set up near the driveway entrance where CSA members can collect their flowers during pick up hours (Saturdays 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM).