After traveling the world and living in Hawaii, Colorado, California, Australia, and England, we decided to settle in Port Townsend and enjoy all that the Olympic Peninsula has to offer. We run our little farm on permaculture principals, one them being 'care for the Earth', so we use organic methods for everything we grow. This year one of our projects is to grow more habitat plants for birds, pollinators and other insects. We like to invite as much wildlife into our place as possible - except for Bald Eagels which like to go after our chickens. Fortunately, our farm dog Pepper is very protective of the other animals and she does a great job scaring away predators, as well as acting as an enthusiastic hostess to our guests. All the animals at Dragonfly Farm are friendly and love getting attention, so fee free to visit with them.
We hope you can come and stay with us sometime and experience life on the farm. Private and quiet, but just a 10 minute drive from the popular Victorian port town of Port Townsend. Below are some reviews from airbnb guests who stayed with us last year.
baby farm animals
& Fire pit
FULL BATH IN MAIN HOUSE
"This is a little piece of heaven. Tucked inside away from the road but very close to every-thing. The farm has majestic horses, hens, goats and pigs as well as the adorable dog Pepper who is a gracious host! She spent both nights with us in the tipi, playing with the kids. The farm is very private and serene and the perfect place to relax and unwind. The tipi is very cozy and cute an blends in perfectly with the yard. It was great experience, especially for the kids and we will definitely plan a visit again here soon!"
"Beautiful little farm nestled in the woods. The tipi was a quiet, relaxing place to unwind after cycling all day. The farm is home to several lovely animals that occupied much of our time at Dragonfly. Hope to return to see the critters and rejuvenate at this peaceful plot.”
"This space is sublime. Definitely something to try if you’ve never slept in a tipi. It was so serene I stayed in, unwound, and slept early the night I arrived, rather than going out on the town. Definitely what I needed for a break from city life. Hosts were caring but no-nonsense, simple & straightforward. I definitely recommend spending an hour in the morning to feed the pigs & goats & bond with the animals - it added to the wholesomeness of the experience. I felt sorry for the folks in PT just staying in hotels. - Andy 2018