Farm Vacation Adventure

Ride horsesThe main Farm HouseSee and play with baby horses.
114-122 County Road 25, Glenwood, GA 30428

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps 6
Per night $250
Type: Guesthouse
Description of the Glenwood vacation guesthouse rental
Farm Vacation: Are you looking for an affordable vacation experience for you and your family? Stay in a modern “bunkhouse” and join the family in running the horse farm. Join in on one or all of the events going on, or just sit and rock on the porch.
This is a good place to recharge and unwind. Get back to basics and reconnect with your family.
We recommend that your family use this as an unplugged weekend to get back to basics and enjoy the simple farm life and each other.
Seasonal Activities
March - May: foaling/breeding season
Mid-August: grape season/ making jelly
October-December: pecan season
Spring/Summer: garden planting and harvesting
November: sugar cane harvest and squeezing and making cane syrup
Daily Farm Activities
Feeding and caring for horses, chickens and dogs
Horseback riding lessons
Planting grass/ maintaining pastures
Other activities you can choose from
Butchering/cleaning and cooking chicken
Jelly making
Bread making
Outdoor Dutch oven cooking
Canning meat
Canning vegetables
Shooting bow and arrows
Shooting weapons…(must call in advance for specifics and there is extra cost for ammunition)
Driving a horse and wagon
Making fire starters
Learning to use compass

Leah Flowers

Area Info
We live deep in the country. It's very Quiet and relaxing. But only 20 miles from Vidalia or Dublin.
Property Rates
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Jan 01 2014 Dec 31 2015 $250 $250 - - 2 nights
Lodging tax: 8%
Deposits: 100.00 Deposit. 500.00/weekend for family up to 6 or 150.00 per person per weekend
Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, PayPal
Other Fees: Additional fees for shooting for the cost of bullets and targets.
Other Vacation Rental Amenities
Seasonal Activities
March - May: foaling/breeding season
Mid-August: grape season/ making jelly
October-December: pecan season
Spring/Summer: garden planting and harvesting
November: sugar cane harvest and squeezing and making cane syrup
Daily Farm Activities
Feeding and caring for horses, chickens and dogs
Horseback riding lessons
Planting grass/ maintaining pastures
Other activities you can choose from
Butchering/cleaning and cooking chicken
Jelly making
Bread making
Outdoor Dutch oven cooking
Canning meat
Canning vegetables
Shooting bow and arrows
Shooting weapons…(must call in advance for specifics and there is extra cost for ammunition)
Driving a horse and wagon
Making fire starters
Learning to use compass
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