All of this time stuck at home has us dreaming about the amazing post-pandemic vacay we’ll be booking as soon as this thing is over. If you’ve spent just a touch too much time with whoever you’re quarantining with, this rustic loft in a working horse barn might be just what you need. Sick of hanging out with people? Hang out with a bunch of animals instead!
*Editor’s Note: We aren’t recommending any non-essential travel to locations outside of your Ontario region. Book this one for the future, folks!
RUSTIC LOFT IN WORKING HORSE BARN
With just about a 1 hour drive outside of Toronto, all the magic this place offers is at your fingertips. The spot is located in Adjala-Tosorontio, Ontario nearby more well-known towns like Tottenham, Orangeville, Alliston, and Beaton. You may know the area better for the popular nearby destination Mono Cliffs Park. With loads of beautiful hiking trails and tons of gorgeous nature to explore, there’s really no going wrong here.
The rustic loft itself is located in a barn above an actual set of working stables. The open concept living space sleeps five and is equipped with a fridge, microwave, sink, and harvest table and chairs. The upstairs loft is private, while the downstairs area is shared with horses.
Yes, you read that correctly. You’ll be lodging with a furry friend or two! If you’ve got your own equestrian pal, you can even opt for the Bale and Breakfast option. They’ll accommodate you and your horse for an additional charge.
With plenty of room to roam, horses and humans alike will love this spot. The farm spans a whopping 100 acres, with beautiful views, wooden trails, and a gorgeous fish pond. You’ll get to enjoy awesome perks like lake access, a fire pit, and an outdoor grill.
Plus, there’s even a tiny farm gate store on site! They’ve got everything you need – from eggs to dairy, meat, seasonal vegetables, soaps, honey, syrup, jams, and more! It’s an awesome way to support a small business during your stay.
Photos via Airbnb
We’ve already mentioned the horses you’ll be living with, but there’s a ton of other awesome animals you’ll encounter on a trip to this rustic loft. We’re talking chickens, cows, goats, pigs, and even the occasional coyote. It’s the full farm experience, y’all!
The peak season for this unique stay is from May-October. So, right now! Once the COVID-19 situation has become a little safer, be sure to book your visit ASAP. Take it all in here.