Bee a Guest on a 5-acre Honey Farm and Gardens near Jacksonville, FLCallahan, Florida (Estados Unidos)
Bee a Guest on a 5-acre Honey Farm and Gardens near Jacksonville, FL
"We had a wonderful time. We wanted quiet and we got it. The hosts were nice and helpful. The bee farm and the donkeys were adorable. Great plac..."
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"Bee" a guest at this lovely five-acre honeybee farm and gardens located outside Callahan near Jacksonville, Florida.
Guests should note that this campervan is not a luxury venue. However, it is extremely clean, cozy and cute and the farm and gardens are the perfect place to unplug, unwind and relax.
Previous guests tell us they leave totally refreshed and not wanting to leave the relaxing lounge chairs on the deck.
Our RV features a unique honeybee theme and boasts a large, covered deck with many of the creature comforts of home despite this being a rustic rental, including TV, Wi-Fi, and air conditioning (with a heat option).
Inside, guests will find a comfortable double bed with premium bedding and pillows, a private bathroom with a hot shower, and a cozy living space where they can relax and unwind after an action-packed day. The front couch opens up for an extra bed if needed.
Outside, guests can whip up a feast on the barbecue and enjoy al fresco dining. There is ample seating here and campers are free to roam around the farm, build a fire, watch the stars, bird watch, snap photos of the vibrant wildflowers or just rest on the lounge chairs on the covered deck.
The stars of the farm experience are our lovable, pettable donkeys (Bonnet and Mason) who will drop by from time to time to see how you are doing and maybe ask you for a treat.
The hosts offer several ON-SITE activities for small additional charges. These include a 1-hour bee and garden tour, international honey-tasting and bird watching, gourmet breakfast, a prepared picnic basket, a 45 minute private yoga session and a 90 minute nature walk with a Master Naturalist and Gardener. (You will receive a brochure via email describing all the activities available to you after you register.)
If you are looking to relax and revive yourself, then this honey farm BnB is the place to bee. We look forward to meeting you.
- 1 Cama doble
- 1 Sofá cama
- Aire acondicionado
- Barbacoa de uso privado
- Cocina de uso privado
We do not offer bookings back to back. We allow two days in between. Then we wipe down all services with disinfectant. All linens are changed out after each visit. The fans on our covered deck keep the air flowing while you relax. Both owners have received both vaccine doses. Come on!
Llegada de 15:00 a 21:00
No apto para bebés Menores de 2 años
Se admiten mascotas no incluido en el precio
Open fires allowed
A separate entrance is provided.
Use your GPS to navigate to 55053 Cook Drive, Callahan, FL 32011. You have private access to the property from Karma Lane. Go to the end of Cook Drive, turn right. Go about a block. It's the first gate on the right. The gate is chained, but not locked. Be sure to close the gate and wrap the chain around the post.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Ubicación y alrededores
Callahan, Florida (Estados Unidos)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Deportes acuáticos
- Paseos en bici
- Paddle surf
- Yoga en la propiedad
- Observación de aves
- Cuidado de animales
Located near Callahan, Florida and just a few miles from Four Creeks State Forest and the Thomas Creek Nature Conservatory, the BnB is the perfect place to pursue outdoor adventures.
The historic Fernandina Beach is an easy 40-minute drive. Glampers will love exploring their downtown, the farmers market on Saturday mornings, and Ft. Clinch State Park. A visit to Sliders -a popular beachfront restaurant with live music is highly recommended by the hosts.
Back at the farm, glampers can relax in a private setting on our covered deck, barbecue with the provided propane grill, build a fire, watch the stars, bird watch, pick blueberries (in season), and greet the two resident donkeys.