We offer 5 unique Cottages. Each has different amenities. Perfect for romantic couples, small families, larger gatherings. Rent just one suite or all 5!
Winter/Spring rates now in effect. Couple rentals start at $155. No cleaning fees. Pet fees average $20 for your stay. (Summer rates & pet fees are higher and refundable cleaning fees apply at this extremely busy season when we hire extra staff to make our back to back rental deadlines.)
Barn Loft Cottage: Upstairs apartment with full kitchen. Enjoy many views of the gardens and animals around you. One queen in bedroom + one single and a sofa in the living room. Wifi and TV.
Alpaca Suite: Perfect for a couple or small family. Two queen beds, one is in a fun loft space, kids love. Refrigerator, coffee maker, counters and sink. TV/wifi See Alpacas up close.
Secret Garden Room: Small suite for a couple. Queen bed. Nestled in a private garden area with fruit trees outside your room. Listen to chickens clucking. Refrigerator, coffee maker, private bathroom.
Lilac Cottage (Opens mid March 2014) Large 2 bedroom suite with kitchenette. Queen bed in each room. One bathroom. Many artistic details. Big patio overlooking expansive farm views and goats grazing. Sat TV and Wifi (summer rentals only)
Rock Rose Suite: (Opens mid March 2014). Adjacent to Lilac Suite. Similar suite but this one has a FULL KITCHEN. Stove, dishwasher, large refrigerator, dining table. Also 2 bedrooms. Sleeps up to 4 in 2 queen beds. Patio overlooking goats grazing. Sat TV. Wifi. (summer rentals only)
Note: Our RATES depend on number of occupants, if there is a pet, and the specific dates.
We have been cultivating experiential vacations since 1996. Come enjoy fresh fruit in season, fresh eggs from our chickens and ducks, and see the wool and alpaca fleeces from our farm made into yarn. We have raw fleece available, hand carded fiber ready for spinning, and also hand spun yarn available for purchase.
Keywords: Private farm cottages & suites
I enjoy living on the farm, gardening, raising chickens and spinning alpaca and sheep fiber.
I fell in love with this property in 1996. It had been neglected for some years, and my family and I have been painstakingly restoring and revitalizing it since then.
Historic property, 100 plus year old orchard and new varieties currently growing. A special piece of Orcas Island.