Pitch a tent or rent our tiny house w fridge and microwave, heat and AC, fire pit and loft. Freewheeling sheep and goat farm welcomes anybody who would enjoy our space. Use of washer dryer in my house and hot shower available. We are a group of 5 and rent a tiny house with custom outhouse to hip people.
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 2 months out Weeknight discount: 20% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Welcome to Hyacinth's Barnyard in North Carolina.
The vibe at Welcome to Hyacinth's Barnyard
Places to see near Hyacinth's Barnyard
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Hyacinth's Barnyard is a beautiful property with every amenities you could think of. The cabin is compact and well equipped with a comfortable bed, A/C, a microwave, a small fridge and others. There is a pool on the property, along with a blue berry patch and many cute farm animals. Elaine is incredibly helpful and caring. I highly recommend staying here if you are near the Durham area.
My girlfriend, myself, and our large dog stayed in the tiny house for two nights. We really enjoyed it and hope to return. A large blueberry patch next to the tiny house is peaceful to walk in. Bottled water is available from the host, but bring your own reusable bottles if you want to avoid the plastic waste. I'm 5'11" and had just enough room to fit in the lofted bed comfortably. The lower bed had a bit more room, but it was too small for us to share. Both beds are very comfortable and make for a good night's sleep. We were there during 90 + degree weather and the AC worked well to keep the room cool. The site is quiet and secluded and there are a wide range of farm animals and lots of pretty trees surrounding the site.
The Hyacinth's Barnyard was amazing and a perfect stay for me and my boyfriend, who were looking for a tiny home in the middle of nowhere for the weekend. The farm has a friendly dog, cat, chickens, goats (babies too!), ducks, and even a llama - it was so fun to explore! Elaine was an amazing and friendly host as well. She gave us food and entertainment recommendations in the area that made our stay one of the best, kick back weekends we ever had. The tiny home was super cute and made a cozy retreat. There's also a pool right next to the tiny home that made for such a fun night, swimming and star gazing. For the price, I'm tempted to drop out of school and move in permanently (my boyfriend had to talk me out of it). Thanks for all the fun, Elaine!
Our host, Elaine; was helpful and very hospitable. She helped us locate the place upon our arrival, as the wooden sign was not visible from the road at night. The cabin was warm and cozy. I do recommend getting a portable shower next to the port-a-john for more convenience, but overall we had a decent experience and our purpose was served!