Villa Fiesta is a 5-acre hobby farm, located on a country road outside 2 small towns of 500 and 2,000 inhabitants, Pardeeville and Wyocena. Currently, we have a small number of dairy goats, alpacas, laying hens, 2 barn cats, 2 indoor/outdoor cats and 2 rescue dogs. I am officially "retired" from my previous career, but sufficiently busy with the activities at our home.
In the spring/summer/fall months, our backyard looks like a park, beautiful. We have friendly neighbors across the road and behind us, who are quiet and helpful when needed. You can have as much or as little contact with us, as we go about our day, and you enjoy the property and surrounding area. If you want to participate in care of/interaction with the barn animals, feel free!
You can find a quiet spot out back to camp, near the fire pit, or if you need electricity, there is an outlet in the garage.
If you'd like me to whip you up some breakfast, I can do that, with some advanced warning and $5/person.
Pardeeville can take care of your basic shopping needs(groceries, gas, local inexpensive diner for breakfast/lunch etc.). Pardeeville also has a small lake with a boat launch and swimming area. Beautiful hiking swimming spots are available within a 30 minute drive(Devil's Lake State Park, Glacier Trails in Portage area). There is a large Amish community to explore 20 minutes north of Villa Fiesta. The Wisconsin Dells is a 30 minute drive. Our state capitol, Madison, is a 30-40 minute drive south.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 50% off
The vibe at Villa Fiesta Farm
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
We loved our stay at villa fiesta farm it was a great way to get away from the crowds at the state park. Our host Kristine was more like family or friend than a host. The animals were great nah nah the car was sweet and Prince Henry the alpaca was the star of the show. I will be happy to stay here again. Make sure you spring for breakfast it was wonderful.
Kristine and Jorge were phenomenal hosts on a great little farmette! Homemade breakfast each morning, a fire set up when we got there, really nice morning conversation, and a small moonflower plant to go really made camping in kind of gloomy, rainy weather feel like glamping! I would love to return.
My three young boys and I had a nice stay on this farm. Kristine and Jorge were very welcoming and made us feel comfortable (and they patiently answered every question sent their way). It was relaxing, quiet, and other than the bad weather, we had everything we needed. With toast and coffee in the morning, a welcoming fire upon arrival, as well as proximity to both city and Devil's Lake, I'd recommend this spot.