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Cherry Hill Farm, Cheraw, South Carolina
The Dawg House, a cheery vacation cabin at Cherry Hill Farm, is a perfect South Carolina getaway for pet lovers. Nestled next to a pond and a young hardwood plantation, the cabin offers a relaxing spot from which to head out and fish, watch birds and other wildlife, and even bring your art supplies and do some painting.
Cherry Hill Farm can accommodate two guests in the cabin, which features a queen bed, private bath, living area, and a small full kitchen for self-prepared meals. All pets are welcome, as are children under 12, weddings, family reunions, and other special events.
Featherfoot Farm, Aurora, Maine
A beautiful, organic, homsteading farm in downeast Maine, Featherfoot Farm offers guests the opportunity to enjoy the farm life with their organic gardens, horses, cows, and goats. And don't forget the chickens!
The private, three bedroom guest house can accommodate up to six guests. A 16' x 16' cabin can accommodate two and features a loft and woodstove. Breakfast and dinner are served family style, and there is a full kitchen. The farm welcomes children under 12, weddings, parties, and other special events, and they also offer children's camps.
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