I’m all about this new trend of Alpaca Farms in the middle of wine country! A glass of pinot while I feed some fuzzy friends? Yes, please! I’ve seen several of these types of farm stays recently, but what sets this one apart is that it’s surrounded by some of the most beautiful gardens I’ve ever seen. Be sure to click the link below to see more pictures!
Book your stay at this property
This Airbnb is almost completely booked with only a few dates open in January and February. Book now before you miss your chance!
With this rental, you have a private ground-floor studio cottage with a queen bed, bathroom, kitchenette, and a lovely dining area on the front porch with views of the farm and gardens.
Guests have access to a shared 2-car garage, which has a washer/dryer, gym equipment, and a massage chair. There are also 7 other accommodation types on the farm, sleeping up to 18 people total. I could definitely see this farm being a beautiful place for a wedding!
This farm stay is highly recommended by past guests:
–“This is our second time staying in the studio and we just love it! Super convenient and comfortable place to stay while visiting surrounding wineries. Thank you, Julie, for another great stay!”
–“A lovely spot, the cabin is cute and relaxing, beautifully decorated and in wonderful shape. Lots of dishes and cooking tools. The alpacas are super cute and even in the heavy fog we had while there in November the surroundings are beautiful. We definitely recommend!”
–“One of the best experiences I have had with airbnb. Everything was clean and just as described. There was coffee and a large selection of tea provided along with anything else we needed. We loved walking around the gardens and feeding the alpacas, there were plenty of alpaca treats provided in the room for our stay. Julie was helpful and responsive. Would highly recommend and we would love to come back.”
If you love alpacas, but are looking for something closer to the east coast, check out this one we love: