The Farmhouse Stay offers "staycation" option amid pandemic
SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- As the holiday season continues, many families are rethinking vacation travel plans amid the pandemic. Now, one local destination, offers a twist on a countryside destination.
“I feel very blessed that I have survived so far,” says Wendy Wolfe, owner of the Farmhouse Stay.
For the past 10 years, Wendy Wolfe, has owned the Farmhouse Stay, a local destination just off the beaten path in South Bend where visitors come to find isolation. While this year business has been slower with less vacationers, Wolfe is confident with the loyalty of her regulars and that the farm will survive come springtime. Here is what visitors can expect at the farmhouse stay. The home can fit families up to 6 each room filled with antiques and the coziness of a farmhouse. Guests are welcomed to bring their own pets or enjoy the farm animals just located in the backyard. The environment provides a sense of relaxation for many, and Wolfe says being able to give people this experience is the most rewarding part of the job.
“And so I have had a couple year over the summer who were actually coming here to spend end of life time with someone that they loved and that made me feel very good to be available for them for that important part of life,” says Wolfe.
You can arrange a visit to the Farmhouse Stay by visiting here.