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East West Equestrian Arts , Pennsylvania
Most of our guests come to meet the only Jilfan Sitam Malabar black Arabian horses in the world (think Black Stallion) and other heritage livestock. We encourage guests to find East West Equestrian Read more...
Most of our guests come to meet the only Jilfan Sitam Malabar black Arabian horses in the world (think Black Stallion) and other heritage livestock. We encourage guests to find East West Equestrian Arts on popular social media to the current seasonal farm activities, such as gathering firewood, building fences, logging, picking fruit, collecting nuts and hunting morel mushrooms. Guests enjoy a furnished cottage and on site parking and private fire ring, as well as a picnic table and large firepit shared with the other guests. Firewood from the wood pile is $7 per night, billed via airbnb at the end of the stay. Guests may provide their own firewood. Free firewood may be available for guests to collect on site. Free firewood is not guaranteed, please ask ahead of time. This is not an isolated cabin - the cabin is within sight of the private residence and other airbnb listing. Coffee and tea are offered. Meals are available for delivery from local eateries with prior arrangement. On site wi-fi. Other than the wi-fi, the cabin is entirely off grid. No electricity, no air conditioning. There is a propane-powered hot water shower outside. The bathroom is a well-maintained and clean portapotty. You have a private sitting area streamside. Guests are welcome to enjoy the property, and pets may join you outside of livestock enclosures on leash. Guests are encouraged to join the farm activities, work with the horses, pet goats, help with chores, and learn about farm life. The property dates back to the 1950s, and has the quirks and character you would expect in an older home. This is a working farm in a rural setting, so please expect the sounds, smells and critters of country farm life. Spring peepers, crickets, cicadas, roosters crowing, horses and goats calling a greeting, and local wildlife hooting or barking are all sounds to expect. Depending on the season and local farm activities, you may smell freshly turned earth, compost, mowed grass or other farm odors. You will always smell wood smoke. There are bugs on a working farm too. We are an organic operation, so there will be lady bugs, flies, ants, honey bees, spiders and other insects in the yard (and yes, they may occasionally follow you into the cottage. If that occurs, simply text us and our staff will promptly remove them). The livestock and property are guarded by working Great Pyrenees. Their job is to scare away dangerous animals by barking, and then physically removing them if necessary. There may be dog barking during the night or early in the morning. We allow and encourage this, because that is part of their job. Never experienced a farm before? Please ask us for details. Bring a pair of boots and clothes that can get dirty if you plan to join us with the animals and farm activities.