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Muzzy Ridge Farm Milking Parlor
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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On the ridge with views to the mountains, Muzzy Ridge Farm offers a relaxing respite. Three comfortable bedrooms available (two queens, one twin) with a 1930's inspired dairy kitchen and a wood burning cook stove. The newly constructed rooms are annexed to the sheep barn with its thirty friendly, four-legged inhabitants. A scenic drive to Belfast, Camden, and Mid-Coast Maine. This room has a queen bed and a private bathroom and is located on the lower level down the hall from the kitchen.

The space

New construction inspired by a 1930s dairy. Each of the 3 BRs is decorated in Maine country farmhouse style - from the painted wainscoting to the barn windows to the Restoration Hardware iron beds with down comforters. Muzzy Ridge Farm offers comfort in a quintessential New England setting. The Dairy Kitchen is where you will eat and relax by a wood burning cookstove and a cheese maker's sink. No worries - there's also a modern stove, electric kettle, french press for coffee, refrigerator and all you need for breakfast overlooking the sheep meadow.

Guest access

The Farm is here for you to explore. Our sheep are friendly, picturesque and chatty. Farm chores include feeding as well as milking and kitchen cheese making in season, for those interested.

Interaction with guests

Elizabeth, shepherdess, will greet you if she is home from work. If not Maggie, her sister, dog watcher, and sheep wrangler, will show you to your room and around the farm.

Other things to note

Please noteCurrent proving is in effect until May 31st.

Amenities
Kitchen
Essentials
Heating
Free parking on premise
Prices
Extra people No Charge
Security Deposit £74
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House Rules
Check-in is anytime after 3PM
Check out by 12PM (noon)

This is a very quiet part of the world and farmers get up frightfully early. Quiet after 11 pm please..
Dogs are allowed, but must be on leash or the sheep get very nervous.
Cats sadly, make us sneeze.
Smoking acceptable outdoors.

You must also acknowledge
Dog(s) live in the house
Cancellations
Safety features
Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
First aid kit
Fire extinguisher
Lock on bedroom door
Availability
1 night minimum stay

32 Reviews

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Nicole User Profile
October 2017
Such a charming getaway in a beautiful place with entertaining sheep. Thanks for having us!

Becky User Profile
September 2017
This was our first Airbnb experience, so it was a little disconcerting when we weren't able to connect with Elizabeth at first on the day of our arrival. However, as soon as we made that connection, we knew we had chosen well. The accommodations were clean and comfortable, the kitchen well-appointed, and the provisions delicious. I enjoyed visiting with Elizabeth about her sheep farming experiences and future plans. The sheep can be a little startling at first if you aren't used to their vocalizations, but they only talk when they realize they might get fed! Muzzy Ridge Farm was the perfect location for our forays to the coast and inland rural Maine and we would definitely stay there again.

Alyssa User Profile
September 2017
Had a great stay at Elizabeth's farm. Accommodations were rustic but well appointed. Despite being in a farm everything was very clean and the official description was accurate. Elizabeth made arrival very easy, and we were able to make ourselves a delicious breakfast from the fridge. Thanks again!

Ben User Profile
September 2017
What a fantastic, unique experience! Place was as described and the hostess was excellent with communication to ensure an easy arrival. Just a lovely place - loved the farmhouse kitchen (shared if happen to be guests in other rooms) complete with all the fixings for making a great breakfast - eggs, bacon, homemade pumpkin bread, fruit, and coffee with a French press. If it's chilly there's a wood burning stove in the kitchen as well which just adds to the ambiance. And of course there's the sheep - quite chatty and friendly; truly right next door but not a bother at all. Adults and kids alike will love them; we enjoyed watching them get fed, hearing about how the sheep farm all started and giving them an apple or two ourselves. Great hike in Camden hills state park is nearby and the jaunt to Camden/Rockport is an easy drive as well. Just come visit this place - you'll love it just like we did I'm sure!

Alexander User Profile
September 2017
Great and unique stay at Muzzy Ridge Farm. Keep in mind that you are on a working farm so you do hear the sheep but it was not bad. We had a great time relaxing and watching the sheep do their thing. Kitchen stocked with local items was a nice touch. Would definitely stay again

Kelsey User Profile
August 2017
Enjoyable stay at Muzzy Ridge Farm. Short, scenic drive to Camden. It takes some getting used to but being so close to the sheep made for a thoroughly unique experience.

Jim And Kate User Profile
August 2017
We have stayed at many B&Bs, and our experience at Muzzey Ridge Farm was up there with the best of them! Where else are you escorted by a pet lamb to your sleeping quarters in a stunning new red barn/creamery built in classic New England style? The views of the property are lovely. The bed was excellent and the towels even softer than the friendly sheep. What fun to watch a large ewe balancing bolt upright on its spindly hind legs to munch on the weeping willow. How amusing that the deepest baritone bleating came from a small ewe! The kitchen/ DR is spacious and equipped for cooking and dining, if you wish to eat in. Elizabeth is a super hostess! We will be back.

Searsmont, Maine, United StatesJoined in February 2015
Muzzy Ridge Farm User Profile

I am a Nurse Practitioner, currently working At Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor.
Bringing back an 1810 farm. The farm house was restored in 2008. The barn had to be built new as the original burned in 1956.
The Sheep Dairy started as an idea in Rome in 2006 in order to fulfill my love of Cheese! I have had a strong, unfulfilled wish to work with the land that is finally coming true.

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