Each room of this remodeled 1890 Midwest Farm house has a private bath. Please note that both rooms are upstairs. Children are welcome and there is a plenty of space for them to burn off energy in our large yard. Whether business or vacation brings you to us, a hearty home cooked breakfast awaits you. Sally has a saying which she takes very seriously, "No one leaves hungry!"
Experience the gentle nature and calming, therapeutic effect of the Alpacas first-hand as you enjoy your stay at the ranch. (Alpaca fleece is hypo-allergenic). Weather permitting breakfast can be served on the porch overlooking the alpacas grazing in the pasture.
is furnished with an old-fashioned queen size sleigh bed that is so comfortable you won't be in a hurry to wake up. In addition to a private bathroom with a shower, this room features a wonderful whirlpool tub. Soft lighting surrounds a very unique wall painting by a very talented local artist. Get comfortable and relax wearing one of our soft robes.
is has an elegant queen size bed and cherry furnishings. The cozy fireplace, soft lighting, skylight and built-in sound system all add to the romantic feel of this room. The periwinkle and plum color scheme is complemented by cream toned linens. The Victorian style vanity complements the private bathroom with shower. And from the shower you will want to slip into the soft robes that are provided for you during your stay.
1 room stay for 1 night - Lori's Room $129.00
1 room stay for 1 night - Rosie's Room $149.00
Grand parents can bring their grandchildren by reserving both rooms...
One for them... one for the children.
*Your stay with us will be to your liking:
You may choose to be interactive with the alpaca and farm activities or have a private stay in your own quiet space. Just let us know your choice when placing your reservation
If you wish to enjoy a two night stay with a full personal hands on experience with the alpacas add $100. This experience will promise to be both educational and fun as you learn about raising alpacas from Tom and Sally.