You can now rent Martha Stewart's farmhouse for just $11.23 – and brunch with Martha is included

A stay at the lifestyle guru's Bedford, New York farm is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

martha stewart in her bedford New York farm
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Have you ever wanted to stay in a home designed by Martha Stewart? Well, now's your chance. On Monday, Martha announced: 'Thanksgiving has always been one of my favorite holidays to celebrate, which is why I’m excited to be Booking.com’s newest host and welcome guests to my Bedford farm for a Thanksgiving-inspired stay ahead of the big day.' 

The once-in-a-lifetime experience will take place at the guesthouse alongside Martha's iconic New York farmhouse from November 18-19th, bookable on a first-come, first-served basis. The best part? Tickets are only $11.23.

Aside from the Martha-curated weekend itinerary, we were majorly impressed by the interior design at the home. In case you weren't already convinced, you're not going to want to miss Martha Stewart's Thanksgiving-inspired farm stay once you see the interior photos.

Martha's idyllic home is situated on over 150 acres of beautiful grounds in Westchester County, offering the perfect site for rest and relaxation. The centuries-old building is painted in Martha's famous 'Bedford gray' shade with interiors that reflect her signature style. The three-bedroom home provides ample space for a family or couple to unwind for the weekend, Martha style.

martha stewart bedford home

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The light-filled living room features a pared-back color scheme with soft, livable accents. Rattan furniture creates a natural edge while details like the hard stone coffee table add a modern twist. Just looking at this sofa makes you want to crack open a book.

martha stewart booking.com living room

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The dining room and kitchen decor in the guesthouse epitomize cozy living. The dining room features a long, farmhouse table surrounded by warm wood chairs to seat the whole family. Green accents bring the table to life. The kitchen gives bookers a taste of Martha Stewart's ultra-organized kitchen style with open shelves featuring beautiful brown pottery dishes.

martha stewart dining room

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martha stewart kitchen

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Though the property's setup calls for one to relax, you certainly won't be bored during your stay. The weekend includes a schedule of Martha Stewart's favorite fall activities including a welcome tour of the Tenant house, a guided tour of the property by Martha's head gardener (chicken coops included of course!), and brunch with Martha prepared by James-Beard award-winning Chef Thomas Joseph. Even better, the weekend has a table setting and wreath-making demo for infinite Thanksgiving decor ideas.

Martha Stewart thanksgiving table

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'Every year, my Thanksgiving holiday prep begins weeks before hosting my family in Bedford, so I can’t wait to welcome the guests that book this experience to my fall-ready Tenant House on the farm and look forward to sharing my favorite Thanksgiving-inspired traditions during their stay.' says Martha.


With a little luck, and $11.23, you can be Martha's guest. Just in case you aren't the lucky winner of a stay with the queen of the home, we curated an edit of items similar to those in her living room so you can recreate the look in your own home. 

Sophie Edwards
News Editor

Sophie is a London-based News Editor at Homes & Gardens, where she works on the Celebrity Style team. She is fascinated by the intersection of design and popular culture and is particularly excited when she is researching trends or interior history. Before joining Future, Sophie worked as the Head of Content and Communications at Fig Linens and Home, a boutique luxury linens and furniture brand. She has also written features on exciting developments in the design world for Westport Magazine. Sophie has a MSc from the Oxford University Department of Anthropology and BA in Creative Writing and Sociology from Sarah Lawrence College.