“It was ‘just enough.’” — J.B.



Welcome to our restored - and restorative - barn in the woods for private retreats or travel: rustic/casual accommodations, with a lake, river, simple living, a separate private apartment, acres of open space. Hazelbrand is located just off I-20, 30 minutes east of Atlanta, minutes from the Covington Square, the Georgia International Horse Park, and Hard Labor Creek. 

We offer our studio apartment for rent, as well as our land for camping or daytime gatherings. Bring your tent or RV; we supply a lovely indoor bathroom and an outdoor cook shack with running water and electricity. Please contact us for more information at info@hazelbrand.com

Hazelbrand is: Minimalist and quirky and fun. Old barn sliding doors. Horse pastures that have seen better days. Big kitchens. Pine work tables and luscious wool rugs. Patios and porches and comfy chairs. Air that reeks of clover. Tin ceilings and painted floors. Not perfect by a long shot, and - totally perfect. Here is a gracious gathering place when you visit Covington or to create your own personal retreat.

The big red barn sits at the end of a long gravel lane, past fields once filled with our organic gardens, our goats, chickens and horses. All are in resting pose, as Hazelbrand creates its next lovely chapter. 

"Beautiful, stylish, peaceful place to stay. ....don’t get me started on how much we miss that beautiful Japanese shower! Thank you for an amazing getaway from our hectic, busy lives.”

— TS August, 2019



The Studio Apartment

Tucked at the back of  our red barn is our popular studio apartment, perfect for one or two people. Private, ground-level entrance; just park and walk around to the back, follow the gravel path and come in under the tin-roofed patio. You will find a chimney pot, dining table and lounge chairs. Patio doors  look out onto  woods. New heat/air and an indoor electric fireplace makes chilly nights cozy.

 We offer a spa-style bathroom and kitchen and the couch turns into a lovely queen bed with cotton sheets. The kitchen has the basics - MW, toaster oven, blender, and our own wonderful well water.

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Camping and/or Day Meetings

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bring your tent

Hazelbrand Farm offers primitive camping on our gentle land 30 minutes east of Atlanta, and just off I-20. We provide a sheltered and safe place to pitch your tent or bring your RV. Nice indoor bathroom - bring your own toiletries. We have a covered cooking shack with picnic table, wonderful tap water from our 400-foot well, electric and a big covered/protected work table. Bring your camp stove and set up in the cooking shed! Please arrive before dark!

You are free to camp anywhere on the 10 acres, although the area is the woods is low-land near the river. It can be more buggy and sometimes wet, so you will probably prefer higher up. We have a nice fire ring in the lower pasture and a portable fire bowl you can move around the farm to accommodate different camping locations.


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Open Spaces with Water

The barn is cool, the accommodations are right on and funky enough that you will want to return just for the authentic experience. But it is the land - the land and the water - that ultimately makes Hazelbrand a zen place. A thin place. 

Give yourself the gift of time to arrive before dark - first of all - the little country roads can be confusing. Soak up the smell of deep green, of rain forest, of wildflowers and honeysuckle, with the crush of gravel under your tires - not quite knowing what lies ahead.

The lake will be on your left and the river ahead, through the trees. Watch for the geese, herons, and bull frogs. Listen for the owls at dusk, just about the time the fireflies come out. Drift along toward the big red barn, under the cedar tree canopy that hides the world behind you and blesses your coming. 

From our guest book:

“The barn is surrounded by a magical forest.”

"This is a little slice of heaven."

“From the moment we pulled up we knew we picked the right place. We chose it because we wanted to stay somewhere peaceful and quiet outside of Atlanta. The space was incredible - beautiful land with a little pond and creek that in only a few days will fill you up with the fresh air, peace of mind and rejuvenation that we all need more of!"

"Great fun had by all. Hope to be back next year. We took lots of family photos that will last a lifetime, but the Fire pit was the main attraction! Gibson annual Christmas family reunion."