Stauber Farm, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is a perfect setting for a retreat, family reunion, or a vacation with a small group of friends. The house and grounds provide several areas for relaxation and conviviality -- front room, backroom, on the porch, from under the arbor or in the shelter near the woods. Dine in the back room or in the dining room. Play the piano, read, watch TV or movies, enjoy cooking with the fresh gifts from the garden, refine the art of conversation, or just gaze out the windows to enjoy the quiet, pastoral surroundings. Outdoors, watch chickens, sheep and donkeys, explore the garden, or walk through the woods along the path that leads by the stream below the shelter. For that special event such as a wedding, conference or family reunion, choose from several locations on the property to create a great setting for an outdoor gathering of guests.
Located in the rolling hills of Piedmont North Carolina, Stauber Farm is near the northwest edge of Winston-Salem and close to the Historic Landmark village of Bethania. Here in the Yadkin Valley Wine Region guests find many ways to create memorable experiences with adventures and gatherings at the farm and at the many events and attractions for visitors to this area. Just a few of the major attractions are Old Salem, Yadkin Valley Wine Region, Reynolda House Museum, Wake Forest University, Performing Arts at UNCSA and the Stevens Center, and the International Home Furnishings Show. At a variety of venues, hiking, biking, birding, photography, and golf are activities which are especially enjoyed in this area.
Other Activities: photography, gallery hopping, ACC sports