Your retreat sits atop a working wood-fired bakery amidst a diverse family farm in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. Minutes off highway 81, within 20 minutes of Lexington and Staunton, this getaway is perfect for the guest passing through or a family looking for a rural getaway. Enjoy the solitude of the country, the rhythms of a farm, and the yield of a wood-fired bakery.
Your two bedroom apartment has meaningfully crafted elements from the remnants of our 200 year old barn as well as maple-wood harvested from family property. You are welcome to explore our property, visit the various animals and tour the bakery.
one queen bed
one double bed
one single bed
one sofa bed
Free parking on premisis
Washer & Dryer
Heat & AC
What a wonderful stay! We are regular AirBNBers and this stay was top notch! We felt so welcomed, had all we needed and more, the breads and other treats were delicious, and we enjoyed exploring the farm and meeting the animals. We wish we could have stayed longer!
We had such a wonderful time staying in this apartment! What’s not apparent from the photos is that you are literally surrounded by the farm. It is so charming to see the animals right outside the window, especially the ducks who seem to spend all day just wandering around in a loop. Adorable. Also, the bread from the bakery downstairs is absolutely delicious! Loved our stay, would love to return in the future.
We had a great experience staying at the bread barn. Fawn was an amazing host and the views were gorgeous. Not to mention the loft space, which was sparkling clean and beautiful. Our daughter loved the kids room and toys and the fire pit was a nice evening hang out for us. The master bed was very comfortable. Fawn’s baked goods are delicious and her recommendations on things to do and places to eat helped us on our journey immensely. We would stay again.
What a bright, clean, beautiful, unique, calming place! The owners are so thoughtful with every detail, so welcoming and kind… It was especially nice to know that even during a pandemic, there were choices of fun things to do nearby, where we could still be safe. We ended up going to Staunton to few antique shops, lunch at a unique bowl place, and coming back just in time to spend the afternoon watching snow fall on the mountains, spotting the white ducks waddling up the snowy hill, napping, playing Battleship, and smelling home made baked bread from below… We hope to come back with our kids next time because they would completely love exploring the grounds, creek, and all the animals!
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