The house comfortably sleeps six (one queen bed and four twin beds). If there are seven or eight guests, rollaway cots will be provided.
- Two day minimum.
- Please check nightly rate and availability HERE.
- Sheets, towels, soap and shampoo are provided.
- No pets.
- No smoking.
- Guided fishing excursion available at an additional cost. Inquire if interested.
Little House on the Fish Farm was built in 2013. The three-bedroom, two-bath guest house is located on property that has been in our family for generations.
Danish teak furnishings, bamboo flooring, and recessed lighting give the house a simple yet modern feel. The space is decorated with water lily prints, artifacts picked up on our travels, and local art.
The family room is a comfortable place to relax after a long day of sightseeing. The library is filled with books to encourage you on your next adventure. There is also a Smart TV, DVDs, and board games.
Galley kitchen is equipped with:
• custom granite countertops
• stainless steel fridge
• gas stove/oven
• microwave oven
• toaster oven
• coffee maker
• Cuisinart pots/pans
• plates, cups, and utensils
The master bedroom has a walk-in closet and is furnished with a queen bed. A favorite feature in the master bathroom is the soaking tub. The other two bedrooms share a bathroom and are furnished with twin beds. Each bathroom has a blow dryer.
The house has a washer, dryer, iron, ironing board, steamer and two full-length mirrors.
THE OUTSIDE SPACE
Little House on the Fish Farm is located in the Sanger river bottom, known for its peacefulness and beautiful scenery. Our ponds play host to a variety of wildlife including fish, insects, frogs, beavers, waterfowl, and birds of prey. In the late spring, splashes of vibrant color dot our ponds as water lilies begin to bloom.
A stone’s throw from Little House, sheep, goats, and cows graze in the pasture. Feel free to visit the hen house and collect eggs for your morning breakfast. The “floating” goat house greets you as you drive down the dirt road.
Sunrise is a magical time. Grab a cup of coffee, head outside, and experience the farm as she wakens from her slumber. Sunsets are equally spectacular. Go ahead, fire up the BBQ and enjoy a leisurely dinner on the spacious wrap-around deck. There is a kind of hush as darkness slowly envelops the farm. The stars shine brightly in the stillness. It is a perfect ending to an unforgettable day.
Guests have access to the house, deck, chicken coop and the large pasture in front of the house. Guests do not have access to the rest of the property without permission.
INTERACTION WITH GUESTS
We try to meet all our guests upon arrival. There is a lock box if we are unable to greet you. We are readily accessible if you have questions during your stay.
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE
• As is typical of most small, rural communities, our internet speed is on the slow side and occasionally, intermittent. It is usually OK for checking email. Starbucks is 3 1/2 miles away and offers free WiFi.
• As this is a working farm, you may hear occasional farm animal sounds.
• There is a 3/4 mile drive down a dirt/gravel road. Drive carefully, especially at night. Parking is outside in the driveway.
REQUESTING A RESERVATION indicates you have read and understood the entire listing (including Other Things to Note) and that you and your traveling companions agree to comply with the House Rules.
1. Number of guests on reservation, including children/infants, must be accurate. Only guests included in the original reservation are permitted on the property.
2. No smoking or candles inside the house.
3. No pets or animals of any kind are allowed on the property.
4. This is a working farm. Children must be supervised at all times when outside.
5. Speed limit is 10 mph while on the property.
6. Little House is on a septic line. Please do not flush feminine hygiene products or anything besides toilet paper.
7. Be kind. Leave the house in the same condition in which you found it with dishes washed.
8. No food or drinks in the bedrooms.
9. Turn the air conditioner/heater off when you leave the house. In the summer, it cools off in the evenings. Adjust the a/c before you go to bed or it will get too cold.
10. Take shoes off inside the house if you’ve been exploring the farm.