Large farmhouse with four bedrooms, study with sleeper sofa and two bathrooms along with living room, dining room, kitchen, large screened porch and deck. Perfect for a family or group. All amenities on a quiet sheep farm just minutes to New Bern or Kinston, NC.
“The farm is one of the most beautiful places you can stay in North Carolina. Whether you're looking to get away from the city, explore nature, or are just passing through - this is a can't miss experience. Highly recommend for animal lovers as there's plenty to see between the sheep, chickens, guinea fowls, and an army of friendly cats. Smudges the tiny white kitten, and pipsqueak the rooster were definitely highlights! The farm is also a perfect stop on the way to the beach. It's also just a 15-minute drive from New Bern. Can't wait to be back!”
Enjoy the Arts & Culture District of Kinston - a diverse neighborhood within walking distance to Chef & the Farmer and Mother Earth Brewing Co. This sunny cottage is waiting for you and your friends.
“We use this place as our girls weekend get-away every few months. We love the huge kitchen and the ability to value our friendship in a home-like atmosphere. The beds are super comfortable! We sleep great every visit. The front porch has chairs for some southern porch Sittin’ everything is within walking distance if you want to go out to the local establishments. We prefer to just cook, talk and enjoy this place.”
A truly relaxing retreat! We are offering a suite of two rooms on the first floor that includes a large bedroom with a king size bed and large bathroom with a clawfoot soaking tub, separate shower and dressing room with double vanities. A private deck overlooks the pasture. Also included for your private use is an adjacent study which has a TV and pull out sofa bed. The home is part of a working sheep farm conveniently located between New Bern and Kinston, NC which are both 15-20 minutes away.
“Always feel relaxed and happy visiting with Ainslie and Marty in the evenings. Gracious hosts willing to share life with their guests.”