Texas August 23, 2019
Spend The Night And Play With Llamas At This Silo Bed And Breakfast In Texas
While many bed and breakfasts in Texas offer an escape from reality, this one affords guests a particularly unique opportunity. The Silo House at Laughing Llama Farm is a secluded little hideaway surrounded by four-legged friends who always enjoy meeting new people. Come stay awhile, unplug, and find simple pleasure in the goofy smiles characteristic of these adorably fluffy creatures.
Located on ten sprawling acres, this charming bed and breakfast is the epitome of Southern charm. While private and secluded, it's still only 20 minutes away from everything Waco, Temple, and Belton have to offer - the best of both worlds!
Spanning 672 square feet, the silo is furnished in a modern, yet undeniably Texan, way. An open living and kitchen space effortlessly lends itself to family bonding time.
You'll feel right at home in the full kitchen, which boasts a stove, oven, fridge, freezer, and microwave. All cooking utensils, including pots and pans, are provided. There's also an outdoor charcoal grill to whip up some steaks on while watching an iconic Texas sunset.
An upstairs loft features a queen-sized bed that comfortably sleeps two guests. Downstairs, a comfy pullout sofa accommodates two additional people.
Nothing quite compares to the stillness of a country morning. Grab some coffee and come sit on the front porch, slipping into a state of transcendence as you listen to the world slowly coming alive. Keep that zen vibe going in the private outdoor shower, an experience both invigorating and blissfully calm.
From the patio, you'll have the cutest view imaginable. A herd of furry, adorable llamas graze on the farm, and guests even get the opportunity to feed them!
Calves and goats also take up residence in the pasture. All of the animals are extremely well-trained and friendly, so don't be shy!
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Have you ever stayed at The Silo House? If so, let us know all about your stay (especially what it was like to meet the llamas!) Check out our previous article for more charming inns that deserve a spot on your bucket list:
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