We escaped Irma's wrath, so come and enjoy our rustic 1800+ sq. ft. pine cabin on eighty acres. Up to date with a wide screen TV and plenty of room to relax. Two bedrooms plus a sleeping nook, all fitted with luxurious, hand ironed linens. One complete bath with shower, full kitchen, spacious great room that features a working fireplace, and beautiful country views out every window.
Spend a weekend and enjoy our pond, hiking trails, and country charm. Conveniently located off US 41, with easy access to Inverness, Brooksville, Crystal River, Interstate 75, and more. Tampa International Airport is just an hour away. Plenty of parking space for a trailer, with easy turn-arounds.
Nearly half of our 80 acres are accessible to our guests. You can can hike or ride horses on the beautiful wooded trails, stroll down a hill to our hidden spring fed pond to watch the birds, turtles, and alligators, and perhaps do a little "catch and release" fishing from the dock. Visits inside fenced areas where the cattle and donkeys live must be accompanied by a host.
Interaction with guests
We love to meet people from other places and walks of life, and welcome you to our farm. We'll be available to answer any questions, but won't hover - just relax and enjoy!
Other things to note
This gated property is safe and secure. The gates open at 7 AM, and close at 7 PM. Passcode will be provided for extended stays so you can come and go.
Cyclists will love our location, only 1 1/2 miles from the Withlacoochie Trail. Dogs are allowed off leash inside the fenced yard adjoining the house. Beyond the fence - keep all animals on leash. Sorry, no cats due to allergies.
Bring your own groceries or carryout and reheat in full kitchen. Dishes, pots and pans, and utensils provided.
- Planning a small outdoor wedding? We have many beautiful locations, and can work with you to arrange the details, prices upon request.
Semi-retired former apparel designer, now cattle rancher. My spare time is spent pulling weeds, redesigning flower beds, and finding ways to thwart the attentions of our rose-eating deer. Oh, and I like to read (after it's too dark to pull weeds.) When I travel, I like to see how other people live, not just stay in 4 or 5 star hotels.