Bring a bottle of wine and enjoy the country, farm, stars...and cheese! Vintage 1970 Airstream is fully remodeled with a comfy queen bed, front deck, and kitchenette. Full bathroom is a short walk from this one of a kind farm "glamping" experience.
The Airstream has a full length, covered front deck where you can watch goats, wild turkeys, and mother nature.
Inside is funky, cute, and cozy, with a brand new Queen bed, fridge, stove, use of our gas grill. A twin bunk is also available for a 3rd person.
Discount will be offered for 3 night stays (offered at reservation request)
If you decide to bring a child, be ready to be with them at all times, no running free as the farm is not without risks and ways to get hurt.
Hot shower, fresh towels, and bathroom is available a short walk away in the main building (shared bathroom).
See video on Pholia Farm by Travel Oregon: (website hidden)
The farm is completely off the power grid and nestled on 24 acres of forest and farmland. It is family run, sustainable, and organically managed. Their aged raw milk cheeses have received world wide acclaim- plan on sampling them during your stay. Due to off-grid, there is no mircowave in the Airstream and air conditioning has limited hours of use.
Wi-fi in tasting room and on front patio of creamery (main building).
Located 10 miles outside of the City of Rogue River, and 40 minutes from Ashland-home of the Shakespeare Festival. The Rogue River is famous for its scenic beauty, rafting, and fishing.
Food: The fridge will have a sampling of our cheeses, orange juice, milk, and yogurts for your breakfast. Locally roasted coffee beans, tea included. Fresh eggs, when available, from our farm can be purchased in our farm store, along with bags of coffee beans, . Feel free to bring food as well.
If dining out, we highly recommend the following City of Rogue River establishments: The Station, slow, hand cooked food. Mod price.; Pasiano's Italian, take-out and small dine-in, resonable priced, homemade sauces and cheeses; Abby's Pizza. Please check with each for hours.
Nearest airport is Medford, about 35 minutes from the farm. We are 25 minutes from the closest Greyhound station in Grants Pass Oregon. We recommend renting a car or bringing your own.
The farm is a working farm, not merely a display. The country is peaceful, but the farm is bustling!
Check in between 3PM and 7PM, check out by 11AM unless other arrangements have been made.
Farmstore, trails, goat visits.
Interaction with Guests
We hope to meet you at check in and make sure you are comfortable. If you rise early enough, please join us in the barn for milking chores.
No smoking or illegal drugs, no pets. Off-grid power usage rules will change by the season. Must not enter animal pens without escort. Roving livestock guardian dog is present and people friendly. Poison oak is a possibility through contact with goats and dogs.
Check in between 3PM and 7:00 PM. Late check in possible with phone call. Check out by 11:AM. Unless special arrangements are made. Please contact us when you know your approximate arrival time.
Gated driveway. Shared road, please drive slowly. Gate will be closed when you arrive, but pull it open outwards and come on in if we are expecting you.
Gianaclis and Vern are wonderful hosts! I was on the farm for an intensive farmstead cheesemaking class and loved being able to live there too. I learned so much about cheesemaking and living off the grid. They have really done a tremendous job with both. The airstream is so sweet and comfortable, I moved in for 5 days and felt at home immediately. I loved all the goat books, magazines and movies available, looking out the windows at the horse, goats, wild turkeys, chickens and the amazing life on this working farm. I will definitely be back again and recommend it to anyone traveling to or through this beautiful part of Oregon.
I arrived late in the pitch black, the instructions given to me were very clear and made finding the farm very easy.
The airstream was quickly heated with a gas space heater. Inside the fridge was some cheese, yogurt and some coffee. I was later greeted and given some more cheese to snack on! In order to get to the bathroom you can follow a detailed map with some notes on how to the main barn. The bathroom was not an outhouse like I initially thought but a clean bathroom with a great shower!
In the morning, my girlfriend and I spent some time walking around the beautiful farm checking out wild turkeys and the goats!
Pholia Farm was a great experience, in a beautiful setting, run by gracious and welcoming hosts. The Airstream is a clever and well-appointed guest accommodation. The hosts were very open to sharing information and learnings about the operation of their farm and life in southern Oregon.
Beautifully refurbished airstream trailer on a gorgeous big acreage farm in the rolling hills of southern Oregon. Perfect place to relax and step out of time for a while into a simpler kind of life. The Airstream was very comfortable and the kind of unique experience that is the essence of airbnb. Gracious and welcoming hosts. Getting to walk around a working farm and observe cheese making was a plus. I would definitely stay here again. Highly recommended.
We had a great time staying here! G. was really sweet and welcoming- it was very pleasant and comfortable in the rogue river airstream. I would absolutely recommend it to anyone looking for a unique picturesque place to stay in Southern Oregon.
I have mixed feelings about our stay at Pholia farm. When we arrived there was a Travel Oregon tour there which we were able to join. I was later told that the cheese tasting and tour was something that we would not have been able to do if they were not there. I guess we lucked out? Their cheese is amazing!!The accommodations were very comfortable. The airstream is adorable. There are lots of animals. (Wild turkeys, baby chicks, dogs and goats!) I loved the goats. I wish there was more hands on with the goats. We couldn't help with chores or go inside the stalls. You pretty much stand outside and scratch their heads. I wanted to learn more and experience a more real day in the life. I learned a lot from the intern during milking, but it seemed like the owners were very busy. At one point I was asking too many questions and I was told to read the website. It is not a b & b like I have experienced. We were given OJ, coffee and yogurt. I don't know if I had unrealistic expectations or if I misunderstood the listing. We enjoyed the stay but I think next time I would just do a tour and stay somewhere else. It is very far from town.
You totally would have had a tour and we of course provide cheese for your stay, but you certainly would have missed the wine and beer tasting that was provided by our winery and brewery friends, so I think on that note, you did luck out. I am sorry that it wasn't what you expected. You are right, our lives on a working farm are super busy. We did enjoy meeting you and only mentioned the website in case you wanted to learn more. Please do consider us again, we are even busier in the spring, but you can see cute baby goats, which make up for a lot! Happy Marriage to you!
We arrived later in the day than expected. Still before check in time, but while visiting Crater Lake and the local area, we had no cell service for much of the day. In spite of us not being in contact, G still had somebody available to meet us and show us to the airstream. If you are coming from Crater Lake, this may seem somewhat off the beaten path, but it is only 8 miles from Grants Pass, which is a very nice little town. When we arrived, the airstream was very neat and in order. There were plenty of detailed instructions and diagrams for the airstream and around the farm. There were samplings of homemade goat cheese, Tillamook yogurt, orange juice, and locally roasted coffee which were all delicious! G has paid extreme attention to detail from extra pillows on the bed to a garlic press in the kitchen which is stocked with everything needed to prepare a meal. We usually come really prepared, but there was no need for that here. There is plenty of reading material, movies, a mini DVD player, and information about the local area. There was also a private patio and several other comfortable spots in and out of the airstream. Even though they are totally off the grid, we noticed no difference or inconvenience. The bathroom in the shop is very clean and was the nicest bathroom we've seen while at Airbnb's. G and Vern and their helper, Kya, were very nice. We were welcome to watch the morning feeding and milking. Overall, this was one of our better airbnb experiences. Stay here if you are looking for something that is not just a room in someone's house.