Five Farmed Animal Sanctuaries Where You Can Spend the Night

Ever dreamed of waking up to adorable rescue pigs, cows, and chickens? You can make that dream a reality! Some very special farmed animal sanctuaries offer comfortable accommodations, so you can spend your vacation steps away from farmed animals. 

Already packing? We don’t blame you! Here are five fantastic sanctuaries that are definitely worth a visit:

Woodstock Farm Sanctuary

Located in gorgeous Hudson Valley, New York, Woodstock Farm Sanctuary is conveniently situated near extensive hiking trails and art-filled Woodstock. The Gray Barn—the sanctuary’s award-winning boutique inn—boasts five rooms equipped with en suite bathrooms and private terraces. 

Included with every stay is a delicious home-cooked vegan breakfast! You’ll also enjoy a complimentary guided tour, where you’ll get the opportunity to meet and bond with the sanctuary’s adorable residents. 

Even better? The money for your stay goes directly to support Woodstock Farm Sanctuary’s animal rescue, humane education, and advocacy work.

The White Pig

Situated in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of central Virginia, The White Pig Bed & Breakfast shares a gorgeous 172-acre farm—complete with a natural pond, a creek, and acres of meadows and forests—with a farmed animal sanctuary. Guests are encouraged to book a tour of the sanctuary and greet the animals who live there. 

The bed-and-breakfast itself consists of a restored mid-19th-century Virginia farmhouse, a turn-of-the-century Victorian house, and a private cottage. Each of the guest rooms is named after one of the sanctuary’s rescue pigs, and all the food is 100% plant-based. 

Pebble Cove Farm

Located on Orcas Island in Washington State, Pebble Cove Farm is nestled along a private beach. Guests can choose from a variety of accommodations—all with waterfront views. The expansive property boasts acres of gardens, orchards, lawn, and beach. 

A thriving farmed animal sanctuary, Pebble Cove Farm is home to horses, goats, pigs, chickens, and more. The farm also provides homemade muesli, dairy-free milk, juice, local organic coffee, tea, and vegan snacks. 

Red Robin Song

Red Robin Song Guest House is a vegan bed-and-breakfast located in lovely upstate New York. Guests can enjoy 85 relaxing acres and an assortment of adorable animal friends, including rabbits, Tibetan yaks, goats, donkeys, and pigs. Breakfast options range from tofu scramble and spinach potatoes to pumpkin waffles and almond butter crepes—all completely plant-based! 

Minutes away from the Berkshires, Red Robin Song Guest House is an excellent destination for those who enjoy music, art, and outdoor activities.

Farm Sanctuary

Perhaps the most famous animal sanctuary on the list, Farm Sanctuary offers adorable tiny houses for rent at its location in Watkins Glen, New York. Guests can enjoy complimentary breakfast prepared by Farm Sanctuary’s vegan chef and a sanctuary tour every morning of their stay. 

During the winter, other perks include vegan hot cocoa and marshmallows, a complimentary signed copy of Farm Sanctuary president and co-founder Gene Baur’s book Living the Farm Sanctuary Life: The Ultimate Guide to Eating Mindfully, Living Longer, and Feeling Better Every Day, and an opportunity to brush the goat residents (weather permitting).

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