About This Listing
A comfortable Victorian Country farm home with a large guest room for you. Your horse and dogs, (or cat) allowed too! Large studio room above garage has 2 double beds - both have memory foam toppers. Enjoy a relaxing stay in a country setting.
A comfortable Victorian Country farm home with a large guest room for you. Your horse and dogs, (or cat) allowed too! Large studio room above garage has 2 double beds - both have memory foam toppers. Refrigerator, hot-plate, full bath and sitting area with a private entrance.
Need more rooms? A separate, additional room inside the house with 1 queen size bed is available if more space is needed. Please see my other listing for photos and details
When you arrive you will be greeted in your room with a petite loaf of our home-made banana bread, cookies or blueberry muffins. Bottled water and fruit is also in your room.
Breakfast can be added to your stay if requested. Please message for details.
Our typical full breakfast menu is:
Strawberry cream cheese stuffed french toast
Cheesy scrambled eggs made from our farm fresh eggs, collected daily
Bacon or sausage from our home raised pig
muffins or pastries
A simple continental breakfast can be provided also.
If you have special dietary needs we can create a gluten free or low-carb, low-sugar meal if needed.
Because we are quite rural there are limited dining choices nearby. For a nominal fee we can also provide a home cooked, light evening meal the day of your arrival if you don't feel like going back into town for fast food. ;) Just let me know in advance.
Celebrating a special occasion? Let us know and we can provide a decorated bottle of sparkling cider and hand-dipped chocolate strawberries in your room. Or schedule a Victorian Tea in the Music room or under our Pergola. Contact us for prices.
We are 1 hour 10 minutes from the Salt Lake City airport, 1.5 hours from Lava Hot Springs and 3-4 hours south of Jackson, WY or Yellowstone National Park. Antelope Island in the Great Salt Lake is 45 min South and the beautiful Logan Canyon is 40 min East.
Stay for a night on your way to somewhere else or stay for a day or two to relax and enjoy our farm lifestyle. Depending on the time of year you stay we may have lambs to bottle feed, sheep to shear, a garden to harvest and there are always eggs to collect. We have a pony and four horses, Pony rides are available for children. ($15.00 for 30 minutes of riding on a lead line) Trail rides can be scheduled for $30.00 for an hour ride. We will escort you along a quiet, rural canal road, Free of any traffic there is an abundance of deer, hawks, ducks in the canal and the occasional fox or raccoon. (We won't mention the skunks :) LOL )
For a real western adventure, we can schedule a day ride at Antelope Island where the buffalo roam free or a ride up the Mountains of Logan Canyon or Hardware where Elk and Moose are often spotted. Full day rides include lunch and start at $125 per person.
If you would like a really unique overnight stay - ask us about our tipi's or canvas wall tents. Tipi's and wall tents can be set up and will sleep 2-6. Additional fees apply.
No smoking allowed on premises - indoors or out! Wireless internet, truck and trailer parking available.
We look forward to meeting you and helping create a memorable experience you will always remember.
Godspeed! Mike & Victoria
Interaction with Guests
We will be here to greet you, to help you get settled and answer any questions you may have. You are welcome to join us while we do chores on the farm or come visit with us in the house. On the rare occasion we will not be here we are available by phone and will make arrangements for you to let yourselves in.
There is no public transit in our area. But you are welcome to rent a horse or a 4-wheeler and enjoy a relaxing ride along the canal road.
We have one major house rule and that is No Smoking on the premises. With hay, straw, and a barn full of animals we simply will not take the risk. In addition I have severe allergies to cigarette smoke. So no smoking is allowed anywhere on the property.
For your comfort please be aware that the top wire on all our pastures is a hot wire, (electric wire). It will not burn but will deliver a NASTY shock. Please do NOT lean or climb on the wire fences. Especially do not let your children touch the top electric wire.
Our animals and livestock are all people friendly but please check with me before feeding any animals. Just ask and we will be happy to give you a "Farm Tour."
A horse ride. pony ride, or riding lesson can be scheduled but need to be arranged in advance. Pony rides are $15.00 for 30 minutes of riding on a lead line. Trail rides can be scheduled for $30.00 for an hour ride. We will escort you along a quiet, rural canal road.
Our poultry are "free-ranging." Roosters will crow in the morning and turkeys will stroll around the yard. They also "fertilize" the landscape. We recommend wearing closed toe shoes or wear sandals are your own risk. :)
We are happy to accommodate your requests for breakfast. Just let me know in advance.
Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing you sometime!
We stayed at Victorian Farmhouse while on our way back to Pismo Beach from camping at Yellowstone. We have four people so Victoria put us up in the bedroom over the garage. The bedroom has two beds, bath, shower, frig, TV, AC, etc. The room was very clean and was perfect for the four of us. We could not have been more pleased with the accommodations! Victoria and her husband Mike made us feel like good friends, taking the time to visit with us and making us feel special in so many ways. The farm and animals were a treat to visit also. For a very nimonal fee, Victoria made us an incredible full breakfast that which was the perfect ending to wonderful stay. Highly recommend this Air BNB location to anyone looking to visit a working farm, get away from the standard motel feel, or be among nice folks in a beautiful home.
Victoria was not present, but still in communication with me, which made my visit nice. The apartment is as described with lovely views of the local farmland and starry nights.
Once we made ourselves heard we were greeted by our host and introduced to her husband and mother. Both bedrooms and bathrooms were clean and as described. We three were shown how to find each other and the dining room. Access to the room above the garage was through a crowded and messy garage and dog bed. It would have been a different experience if direct access was possible.
The neighborhood was quiet with a few neighbours and farmland all around. The farm itself was smaller than expected for the amount of animals and birds.
I had requested light supper and continental breakfast for the three of us in advance. Our host provided soup and bread for supper but no salad as offered. We appreciated the fruit with our breakfast.
Victoria and Mike were awesome! Victoria was very quick to reply to all communication (which I love!) and was there to greet us when we arrived. Our children were pleased with the fresh cupcakes and our dog loved the space to run around the farm.
My wife was interested in experiencing the farm life and she was not disappointed! Victoria and her french assistant were kind enough to include her in a variety of farm activities.
Victoria also made us an amazing breakfast and was kind enough to open her kitchen and dining room so that we could make our dinner.
All and all we had a great experience and would definitely book to stay with Mike and Victoria again!
We had a wonderful time at Victoria's. The home is quite welcoming, and the room is cute and quiet. The breakfast we were served was the best part. Delicious French toast, eggs, OJ, and bacon from the neighbor's pig. So so great. A terrific value and experience. We'd love to come back.
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About the Host, Victoria
My husband and I are living the dream of building our little "Gentleman's Farm." While we both work full time, (I am a teacher, my husband is an Engineer) we also raise sheep for Fair, FFA, and show lambs. Between the two of us we have four horses and a pony for the grand-kids, the sheep of course, chickens, ducks, a couple of turkeys and one day, peacocks. I ride English and side-saddle and show in eventing and dressage when I can. When we are not busy with the animals we are working in the gardens. I love to garden and am continually improving my vegetable and flower gardens.
My husband and I are history buffs and participate in Civil War re-enacting. My husband is also of Choctaw decent and it is not unusual to see a tipi set up on our backyard or a hide getting tanned. . When he gets a chance to sit down he does some beading or works on leather.
We enjoy meeting new people. It may be a cliche but here you really will, "come as strangers, leave as friends." We look forward to meeting you.