Arizona June 29, 2019
There’s A Bed And Breakfast On This Alpaca Farm In Arizona And You Simply Have To Visit
While many bed and breakfasts in Arizona offer an escape from reality, this one affords guests a particularly unique opportunity. Alpaca and Goat Farmette in Cornville is a secluded little country home surrounded by four-legged friends who always enjoy meeting new people. Come stay a while, unplug, and find simple pleasure in the goofy smiles we all know and love alpacas for.
Centrally located just outside of Sedona, Cottonwood, and Jerome, this bed and breakfast is a convenient and truly unique place to stay.
Several friendly alpacas reside on the property, welcoming visitors with their goofy smiles and excited humming sounds.
One bedroom and accompanying private bath accommodate up to two guests.
Located in an entirely separate wing of the home from where its, your personal space is recognized and honored.
Relax at your indoor seating area and gaze out of the large picture window, reveling in the silence and stillness of country living.
Listen closely and you just might hear the furry farmhouse friends talking to one another in the yard.
Enjoy a cup of morning coffee surrounded by your new friends.
When darkness falls, the patio offers unparalleled views of the starry, expansive Verde Valley night sky.
In addition to the alpacas, you'll also meet three dogs, a cat, and several goats.
All of the animals are very personable, never hesitating to go in for a nuzzle upon your arrival. The owners are usually out and about outside, happy to answer any questions or simply chat about life.
An entire room is dedicated to body work done by the homeowner, who has been a licensed massage therapist for 36 years.
Neck, back, and full-body sessions are available for $1/minute.
You'll find the Airbnb in Cornville, less than 30 minutes away from downtown Sedona, Cottonwood, Jerome, and Camp Verde.
The rental rate is $95 per night. For more information and to book your stay, visit the Alpaca and Goat Farmette's
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