Welcome to Kohler Farms-A Shire Horse Breeder (please LIKE us on Facebook-it is a great way to see the property). You will have 35 acres of quiet and privacy. You cannot see my home from the road. When you arrive, you will pull to the front of the house, and I will greet you and give you a tour. You will drive past the house, down the hill, and park on a gravel spot and walk into the Grassy Knoll. You can drive right up to your camping spot in the Grassy Knoll if you prefer. You are surrounded by trees but the Grassy Knoll is mowed and large. The creek runs next to you. The horses will be grazing across the creek from you. Since I am constantly cleaning, there will be plenty of firewood for you stacked up. When I pick up the sticks to mow the area, I pile them on your fire spot so that is always ready to be burned! Enjoy yourself! If you have an emergency, I am always home! Oh, and I raise the endangered Shire horse. They are the largest horse breed in the world (watch your feet!). There are less than 1500 left in the world. Be sure to say hello to them, take tons of pictures with them, and post those pictures tagging Kohler Farms-A Shire Horse Breeder! Most Sincerely, Dayla
- Check in: After 8AM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Kohler Farms-A Shire Horse...
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If you're trying to meet the friendliest hosts in Nc, don't look any further. This farm is beautiful, and tucked away about 25 minutes from Winston Salem! And don't get me started about those beautiful horses. My fiancé and I are scared of horses and we conquered that with their horses! They're so friendly and fine to just walk around with! Definitely stay at this beautiful horse farm!
On a road trip south we decided to camp overnight at Dayla's farm. It was super last minute and Dayla was incredibly accommodating communicating quickly when we arrived later than planned. The farm is great it has a cute little brook between the horses and the campsite and at night we could hear them running in the distance. Dayla was great and took the time to teach is a bit about the Shire horse breed and it's history while also leaving us alone to sit around the fire which she had prepped with sticks and wood. We would highly recommend.