Unique Maine Airbnb on a dairy farm lets you snuggle up with goats

Unique Airbnbs in Maine

As a state with so much to offer, you can find Airbnbs in Maine that are unique and charming, offer convenient experiences and spectacular views.

Whether you want to be in the mountains away from the busy life, sitting on the ocean basking in the sea breezes, or experiencing the unique lifestyle of barn living, you can find it here in Maine.

Tournesol Farm Dairy

I was blessed with the opportunity and experience to spend time on this farm in Cumberland, Maine when I was in high school. I can confidently attest this farm and this creamery to be led by the kindest and most special people I have had the pleasure of meeting.

Their love and care radiates through their work on the farm and you can feel the infectious positivity and sweetness the moment you set foot on the farm. Every inch of the farmhouse, barn, creamery and space is charming, welcoming and beautiful. A lot of love and attention is put into these spaces and it is palpable.

Sunflower Farm Creamery Airbnb

You can experience the wonderful life on the farm yourself through a unique Airbnb stay right at Sunflower Farm Creamery. Learn about barn life and cheese making from on-site professionals, Hope and Chris, and experience a new way of life.

Find peace through yoga in the pasture, visit barn animals, collect eggs from chickens, dive into the pool, learn about cheese making and take a break from your hectic life.

Give yourself the opportunity to breathe and to be.

It’s the best way to do it.

Unique Maine Airbnb on a dairy farm lets you snuggle up with adorable goats

Get a taste of farm life in this beautiful barn with access to animals, gardens and cheese making.

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