Discount will be offered for two people for three nights after reservation request.
Glamping in a charming, refurbished 1970 Airstream Land Yacht in a private setting on a real goat cheese farm. The Airstream has a full length, covered front porch where you can watch goats, wild turkeys, and mother nature. Inside is funky, cute, and cozy, with a double, memory foam bed, fridge, stove.
Discount will be offered for 2-3 night stays after booking.
While we love to have children visit the farm for our open days and evens, the Airstream is not properly equipped to host young people.
Hot shower and bathroom is available a short walk away in the main building, a shared bathroom. Don't forget to get your complimentary cube of our handmade olive oil and goat milk soap! (You can buy more of these to take home as gifts)
Participate in milking and farm chores if you like, feed baby goats in the spring, or hike our forest trails.
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, butter, and yogurts for your breakfast. Locally roasted coffee beans, tea, and hot cocoa included. Fresh eggs from our farm can be purchased in our farm store, along with bags of coffee beans, locally made gluten free granola, and more products to come. 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.
Very cool spot. Baby goats were born ten minutes before we got there! Wild. Airstream has THE most comfortable bed and the hosts were gracious and very hospitable. Great trip.
Pholia Farm was the highlight of our latest road trip. The farm is absolutely beautiful, with walking trails and plenty of animals to visit. We came during the kidding season, which meant frolicking, adorable baby goats. G. was an amazing hostess, allowing us to stay in the immaculate Airstream, feeding us samples of the incredible cheese they create and letting us hang out in the barn. We watched cheese being made in the morning before we left and bought some to fight over on the drive home. We can't stop talking about how much fun we had here and would love to stay again!
Well what can I say about this little piece of paradise. We didn't have a place to stay the day of our reservation and luckily we found this place. We sent a request and within the hour got a response and were lined up for a great experience.
G was incredibly accommodating when we got there. She showed us around the farm and introduced us to a handful of baby goats which we were able to freely visit throughout our stay and we made sure to check in on them. (baby goats!).
We were treated to some of the aged goat cheese that Pholia Farms makes and enjoyed it while sitting under the covered deck of the airstream watching the rain. It was bliss.
We had our privacy in the the airstream, which was gorgeous in itself. Classic, classy and well maintained. If you have never stayed in an Airstream I highly suggest it. It gives 'glamping' a whole new meaning.
I only wish we could have stayed longer. This stay was beyond our expectations.
Do yourself a favor and stay here!
We came for the experience to stay in a vintage Airstream...but the farm is what won our hearts and will be most remembered. We came at the tail end of the fall and the leaves were still on the trees. It was a beautiful rural setting and about a 10 minute drive from the town of Rogue River. The goats were a treat to see and the yummy goat cheese that was left for us to sample in our refrigerator was delicious! We had a healty and tasty dinner at the Station Restaurant in Rogue River with plenty of leftovers and a reasonalble bill. We hope to send others your way to stay and experience Pholia Farms. Thank you G and Vern!
Really unique experience, you definitely get a taste for farm living in this space. Very comfortable bed and peaceful outdoor space to take in the beautiful mountain backdrop. We took lots of pictures of the cute goats, chickens and even turkeys!
What a lovely place. We got the chance to milk the cute goats and visit the facilities. The airstream was very cute and clean. We definitely recommend this place!
My daughter and I were on a road trip, coming from the Redwoods and had planned to make a stop at this goat farm. These folks have the most adorable dogs---they give you an escort up the long drive way. The Airstream is as pictured--super cute! We loved reclining on the porch after our drive. The sample of cheese was a nice big piece which we promptly devoured. And we bought more before we left. The bed was comfortable and it was no big deal using the bathroom that's located by the tasting house and barn. I highly recommend this location. We have a renewed appreciation for goats and goat cheese.
The Rogue River Airstream Farmstay was our first airbnb experience and was notable in that it was everything we expected it to be. There were no unexpected surprises. It is truly a glamping experience but that is what we signed up for. At first I was a little worried about sleeping in the Airstream due to the heat of the day (~90F) but it was comfortable and we did not even need the AC. The misters on the deck were a really great idea. We got to learn as much as we had time for about goat-farming and cheese-making as well as having quiet time for ourselves in the inviting Airstream trailer. We only wish we had more time to explore the surrounding area. Thanks go to G and Vern for making us feel welcome, patiently explaining how their farm works and providing a great example of self-sufficiency.
This is a great place to stay. No need for flowery language here: if you are looking for a unique, private, quiet stay in the country with gracious hosts, this is it.
But don't just stay overnight! We discovered on our three night trip that southern Oregon has plenty more to check out and my wife and I are looking forward to a return trip some day.
Also, if you are driving a Volvo and require some unscheduled maintenance, they know a good mechanic.
If you are ever anywhere near this area I would *highly* recommend making your way to this lovely farm!!
The airstream itself was absolutely charming... it was delightfully decorated and had such a sweet, quaint feel but with thoughtful conveniences like fresh local coffee, and delicious cheese from the farm. Upon our later than desired arrival, we still had time to lounge in the chaises on the deck and just relax to the sounds of silence after a long day of driving and hiking. My son and I watched a cute DVD (discs and player provided!) in the super comfortable bed before going to sleep. The fridge kept our food fresh and the camp-stove was just perfect for heating things up in the morning. Currently there is an emergency-only potty inside the airstream and the main bathroom with shower is a quick walk to the barn. This was just fine with us but the place will be even better when they get the in-Airstream bathroom fully fixed up.
Airstream charm aside, the rest of the place was wonderful too. The country roads getting there were beautiful and before bed we pulled a blanket out of the car and laid down on the grassy area in front of the camper and spent about an hour just taking in the stars... a huge treat for us city folks!! In the morning (after coffee on the deck) we hiked through the wooded area behind the farm and spent some time visiting with the goats, chickens and dogs on the farm itself. I also bought a bunch of handmade cubes of goats-milk soap to bring back for friends.
Unfortunately I didn't get to meet G. because we arrived somewhat late, but I did speak to her on the phone for directions and helpful check-in hints and she was quite lovely. Upon our arrival Vern greeted us and gave us a brief run-down of everything we needed to know. We got to chat with him again in the morning and he gave us a great travel tip for our continued adventures north.
Overall it was a fantastic and unique experience off the beaten path... just what we were looking for!!
This is the final rate, including any fees from the host and Airbnb.