Welcome to Cloudland Farm!
We offer evening dining by reservation on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. We have limited seating so make your reservation early if you wish to join us for dinner.
DETOUR DIRECTIONS Sept. 23 through Oct. 15 – Please see our Directions page for the Detour Route and share it with all of your guests who are driving separately to our restaurant for dinner. Thank you!
Set in the pastoral hills of Pomfret, Vermont, Cloudland Farm is a diversified working farm which has been in the Emmons family since 1908. The spectacular views on the four-mile drive up the scenic Cloudland Road are part of the Cloudland experience. We raise black Angus cattle, laying hens, Cornish-cross meat chickens, turkeys, pastured pigs, vegetables, herbs, flowers, and some friendly cats. Due to our busy farming schedule, we are not able to accommodate visitors or give tours. We recommend that you visit Billings Farm & Museum or Sugarbush farm as they are open to the public.
The Cloudland Farm Market offers for sale Cloudland’s delicious natural Angus beef steaks, ground beef, roasts, beef sausages, beef jerky, and pickles. The Farm Market also offers local maple syrup, local cheeses, Vermont teas, Vermont sodas, handmade goat’s milk soaps, as well as wooden cheese boards & rolling pins, Laura White pottery and more. The farm market is open on Fridays and Saturdays from 12 to 4 p.m. and to our dinner guests on the evenings we are open for dinner service.
We also invite you to come for dinner at our on-farm restaurant to experience true farm-to-table dining. Chef Mike Borraccio creates tantalizing cuisine using fresh, local ingredients from Cloudland and other local farms — a feast for both eyes and palette. Our menus change daily and will be posted on this website on Tuesday of each week.
Dinner is served on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays by reservation only. We recommend that you book early as we often are fully booked four to six weeks in advance depending on the time of year.
We hope to see you soon!
Bill & Cathy Emmons & family