|Space||1,100 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Enjoy views of moores pond and little pisgah mountain from this 2 bedroom/one bath guest house. Recently remodeled, your vacation retreat has a fully equipped kitchen, wood floor in the living area, air/heat. Amenities include WiFi, cable HD tv, am/fm, DVD, gas outdoor grill, outdoor furniture. A two+ acre pond is ready for canoeing, sitting and enjoying watching herons and a variety of birds, or feeding the resident mallards. There are miles of hiking trails in the woods on this 50-acre property, from moderate to strenuous. An additional highlight is that this is a small working farm, with various crops growing in season and a small french alpine dairy goat herd. Six does have kids in the spring, late march through may.
There is a fenced-in yard for dogs.
Located in Fairview, only 11 miles southeast of downtown Asheville (6 miles from city limits) and 6 miles from I-40 and the Blue Ridge Parkway, this private residence is in the country, yet very convenient to the many attractions of the area, including the Biltmore Estate, Lake Lure, Chimney Rock State Park, and (of course) the mountains with their spectacular views, waterfalls, and tourist attractions. Every season has its gifts, from summer festivals and craft fairs to fall color, winter holidays at the Biltmore House, and spring blossoms. There is an Amish market (bakery, fresh eggs, and other goodies) next door...Across the pasture.
NO SMOKING anywhere on the property, in other words NON-SMOKERS ONLY.
Chuck Campbell and Sarah York live down the road at 40 Moores Pond Road. Chuck is a retired Health Care Consultant who is now learning to farm (John Deere therapy). Meanwhile, Sarah is an author of 4 books and a semi-retired Minister who learning to pull weeds and milk French Alpine Dairy goats. We love to have guests at our guesthouse from all over the world. We look forward to meeting you.
Chuck C Campbell and Sarah York purchased this cottage in 1986
The mountains of Western North Carolina, near Asheville, are one of most beautiful and relaxing places in the world, if you exclude pulling weeds.
The views from the 50+ acre property and lake are wonderful. The birds, horses, goats and other animals are a joy to behold.
The gate house at Moore's Pond was a lovely location for our family long weekend retreat.
The view out the window and from the porch was pleasant. The beds were super comfortable.
The kitchen was incredibly well-equipped.
The trails up the hill were a bonus and gave me a good place to stretch my legs in the morning.
The tinkling of goat bells and the presence of the llama created a most memorable experience.
The hosts, Chuck and Sarah, enjoyed showing us their goat operation and the goats were the most friendly I have ever met.
Asheville is a short drive away, but the rural atmosphere at Moore's pond feels much farther away.
We had a lovely stay - everything was as expected and we really enjoyed our weekend.
Very clean and comfortable. The goats and llama on the property were very cool. Great property for exploring!
The house was perfect for us. The property includes some nice wooded hiking trails. It is just a short walk over to Troyer's Amish Market that has a nice selection of groceries and great sandwiches. Fun to watch the goats and their guard Llama "Velvet" out in the pasture. No cell coverage at the house for our carrier, but not a problem because there is wifi so we just set our phones to wifi calling.
Property was very nice. Remote enough to enjoy some peace and quiet but close enough to Asheville to enjoy the city. The goats were a huge hit! We would definitely stay here again.
We loved our visit to the farm!! This place is our ideal vacation rental: remote, quiet and has space to let our dogs run free, but also close to outdoor activities and Asheville. We spent 3 full days at this cottage and hiked the trails every day. We were welcomed with fresh eggs which were delicious, and found everything we needed for meals at home in the cottage (plus a highchair which was helpful since we have a baby). Visiting the goats and llama was fun, although I didn't manage to pet the llama despite my best efforts. The sandwiches at the Amish market were so tasty! We stocked up on all kinds of things there to get us by during our visit. We brought our bikes and rode on a paved trail near the Biltmore, and visited a couple of state parks and national forests in the area. The cottage is perfectly located for easy access to all of the places we wanted to explore. We will definitely be visiting again soon!
French Alpine Dairy Goat Farm...Agri-Tourism,
Open all year.
|Rental Period||Minimum Price||Additional Nights||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly *||Event Price|
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
for 3 nights
|Pet Fee||£58.42 + Tax|
|Linen and Cleaning Fee||£77.9 + Tax|
* Approximate monthly price. Actual pricing will depend on the days of the month you stay.