Arkansas May 22, 2019
Spend The Night At This Charming Sheep Farm B&B In Arkansas For An Unforgettable Adventure
On the outskirts of the busy NWA area resides the quiet farm town of Cave Springs. Driving down Main Street alone will tour you pass wildflower-filled fields of horses, cows, and goats. Also tucked away in the town is a small sheep farm. The Ewe Bet Farm has a small B&B that gives you a charming and quiet retreat with some unbelievably cute guests. Let’s head to the farm and meet some sheep!
This may not be your typical overnight stay, but it'll certainly be your new favorite.
NWA has a near endless supply of hotels, Airbnbs, and other lodging but this B&B is a little bit different than anything you'll find. It's the Ewe Bet Farm, the B&B on a working sheep farm! It's in Cave Springs, a tiny town that's less than ten minutes from Bentonville, Rogers, and Lowell.
Mary Jo and her husband Mike run the farm and B&B.
On the farm side of things, the couple oversees a small flock of Katahdin and Katahdin crossbred sheep. They manage the entire process from breeding and raising to packaging. You may have already seen them at the local farmers market or ordered their lamb at noteworthy restaurants like The Hive at 21c and the Tusk & Trotter American Brasserie. In 2014 the farm hosted demonstrations for the James Beard Foundation Chefs Boot Camp.
The B&B is a quiet farm-side retreat in a private apartment.
The B&B is a perfect weekend escape for couples that want to enjoy all the NWA attractions without staying in the middle of the busy cities. The apartment has a queen bed, fireplace, kitchen and wifi. Don't forget the delicious breakfast each morning, too!
You'll be able to explore the farm as soon as you check in.
You can see the barn from the apartment's deck but don't hesitate to walk around the farm. Stroll through the different pastures, pass the pond, and through the orchard for a nice break.
You may make a new friend or two as well!
The best part of this whole experience is meeting the sheep! The farm also has chickens, donkeys, and very friendly sheepdogs (of course).
Rates are $105/night with a two-night minimum. You can read through the details and book your stay
. You can also follow the farm on their
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this beautiful place to see how Cave Springs got its name!