Iowa August 01, 2019
Spend The Night At This Charming Restored Creamery In Rural Iowa For An Unforgettable Vacation
If you ever find yourself looking for a place to stay near Mason City, skip the chain hotels and make the short drive to the tiny town of Fertile. Here, you’ll find a restored creamery that’s happy to host you for the night.
Iowa's countryside used to be dotted with small family farms, estates, creameries, and ranches.
Over the years, many of these smaller operations have been shuttered - but luckily, one rural creamery has been restored, and you can spend the night in a piece of history.
The tiny town of Fertile, Iowa, was once a busting farm town, and now, it is home to just over 350 people.
You'll find the town in Worth County, and the nearest large town is Mason City.
The former creamery was restored by the owner, Nathaniel, and he opens up his home to guests looking for a unique getaway.
There are common areas upstairs and downstairs, and plenty of space to stretch out and get comfortable.
Those who stay here fall in love with the peaceful decor and feel right at home thanks to legendary Iowa hospitality.
Relax with a book by the woodburning stove, or play a game of cards on the table near the bright bay window.
The kitchen is equipped with everything you need to enjoy a gourmet meal - but you're free to just heat up some pizza rolls if you're not trying to put in that kind of effort.
Nathaniel's restored Creamery is the most unqiue Inn around, and you'll be able to truly make this place your own during your stay.
The backyard is the perfect place to relax! Moscow the cat keeps this place in tidy condition.
Swap stories by the fire and enjoy some true peace and quiet out here on the farm.
Enjoy the sound of the Winnebago River as you relax on the patio and enjoy fresh country air.
There's nothing quite like hanging out by the water and truly getting in touch with nature.
You can book your stay at this charming restored creamery in Iowa online,
For more fun places to stay in Iowa, read
The Quirky Hotel In Iowa You Never Knew You Needed To Stay At.