Mountain Rose Farm is located on a rural country road at the top of a hill and is just minutes from nearby wineries and small Mennonite farm stands. With 92 acres, much of it forested, this new agritourism business owned by sisters who have farming in their blood has two rental cabins available for stays as short as two days or those lasting weeks and offering guests a chance to know what country quiet is like. Away from the hustle and bustle of heavy traffic, you might hear the occasional vehicle taking a shortcut up over the hill, but what you’ll notice quite quickly is the lack of noise you’re often surrounded by in everyday life.
Experience something remarkable! Try a horseback ride on over 2 miles of trails around the farm and through fields and forest. With daily guided rides that last an hour, Mountain Rose Farm caters to all levels of riders from folks who’ve never been in a saddle to experienced equestrians. With carefully selected horses to assure the most enjoyable ride, there’s no better way to tap into the tranquility and peacefulness of country living.
Intimate private rides are available for up to four people ages eight and older. Grab your family or closest friends and spend a little time on horseback for an unforgettable glimpse of country life.
Mountain Rose Farm also has two cottages for short term rental. The studio Loft and the Cottage.
Sit on the porch with a cup of coffee. Enjoy the gregarious nature of Lucas, a friendly goat who is the unofficial greeter on the farm. Watch farm cats play or laze in the sun. Fish in the pond for bass or bluegill (catch and release only) or settle down on the bench by the water’s edge and take in the luxurious sounds of nature.
Studio Loft has a queen bed, walk-in closet, Roku TV, full kitchen with oven and stovetop, dishwasher, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker, and garbage disposal.
Cottage has queen bed, Roku TV, but kitchen only has a glass stovetop, large mini fridge, microwave, toaster, coffeemaker, and electric tea kettle. They both have indoor showers yes.