Stay: March 25-26, 2021 Refers to Bunny Hill house Pros - Relaxing, picturesque spring setting with 70 degree days and 50 degree night temperatures - Ample free parking for 3 cars (2 suv's and a honda accord) - Spacious house with 3 different large outdoor sitting areas and at least 2 AC units (both looked new) - Hot tub, fun farm animals, u-pick fruit farm about a mile away - 6-7 rooms, two bathrooms, two outside sitting areas, one screened in porch and a fenced in back yard - The chickens really appreciate cupboard love - Peacocks were friendly and approachable to slow movers - Plenty of goat treats were on hand, animal interactions are great for kids under 65, and adults over 65. - Kitchen had everything the 6 of us needed, including a dining table large enough for 8 - 10 people. Cons - Other guest staying in any of the 5 units on site could be "Egg rustlers" and beat you to the eggs. (Remember sharing is caring) - To the under 12 crowd, if feeding the alpacas a handful of grain is fun... feeding them 50 is most assuredly even funnier! (Alas we found but a single handful of grain dust at the bottom of the 20-gallon pail during our 2-day stay following in the footsteps of families with kids). - Silverado and Dusty the alpacas were total food snobs - wouldn't even look at the washed, fresh, cut up carrots and apples we offered (see comment on chickens above). - The fruit on the trees in under contract. People pick the fruit (even though the instructions provided to them CLEARLY state they should not ). Even WORSE - then they write about it here, which leaves the impression this is ok for future visitors, which IT IS NOT! Great opportunity to practice respect so all can enjoy this wonderful farm stay and leave the fruit on the trees. - Kenny's u-pick fruit farm is but a mile down the road, where you can load up all you want. Tolstoy version: Tucked on the side of a hill with mixed orchards in Rainbow, CA, a short 5m drive south of Temecula's many vineyards and a stone throw over Fallbrook's northern border, where the tip of the morning fog's Pacific finger is blocked to the east by Palomar mountain, is one of the most relaxing farm stays in southern, CA - Morning Song Farm. Our party consisted of 6 adults, three cars, and around 12 suitcases, which virtually disappeared inside the spacious accommodations of this 6 room house with two bathrooms, two outside sitting areas, a screened in porch, Jacuzzi for 8, with a mostly mulch covered, fenced in back yard. After finding the MSF entrance we proceeded down a steep section of driveway, across a road covered with dirt from the farm equipment, then up a steep, windy driveway, pass the tent unit, past the alpaca/chicken arena, up a steeper hill and past a three driveway intersection to arrive at the Bunny Hill house. We arrived Friday afternoon around 4PM to find the violet flowers of the rosemary bushes surrounding the front door and pergola filled with busy bees and a comfortable afternoon breeze blowing through the sun warmed sitting area. From Bunny Hill it is a 100 yard walk down the fairly steep driveway to the Alpaca/chicken arena and 100 yards up the hill to the goat interaction. We enjoyed the cheese making class, which was minimal hands on (which was how we preferred it) (mostly tasting), but lots of learning. The MSF owner/instructor was both engaging, informative, and had great stories to share of the farm's history and her experiences on her farm. Bunny Hill has nice views of the surrounding hills which allow you to watch the slow pace of activity in the area. No surprise one of the other guess saw a bobcat, the back deck overlooks a grassy hillside and there are plenty of ground squirrels to attract the locals. It was mostly quiet given that all of the peacocks in the area are males (they only scream when the ladies are around). We found the chairs, couches and beds to be very comfortable, but realize these are personal preferences. There were ample diverse book collections throughout the house with a slight emphasis on gardening and agriculture reading. One of the other units is an easy egg toss down the hill (see photos), so you may hear your neighbors. Or, if you are a group larger than 8 get both units and have the run of the place, since they are connected by a very short walking path. We found Carl, the goat, to be a total bully but super friendly... but he was a slow chewer so we were able to indulge the other goats. We mostly engaged in Fallbrook shopping, vineyards, and other nearby activities, since we were using this time to unwind. Bunny Hill is a place to relax, slow down and watch the grass grow and let the comfort of the farm seep into your bones. We will be back.…
We stayed 3 nights in the 2 bedroom bungalow. Unfortunately none of the fruits were in harvest due to the extreme heat over summer as most plants have lost their crop. We followed two workshop: cheese and jam making. This is done in the kitchen in your own bungalow and is quite educational. The property is located on a steep hill, so please be aware of this if anybody in your party is less mobile. We enjoyed visiting Temecula and Oceanside. Especially the pier in Oceanside is worthwhile visiting.
Beautiful cabin (stayed at a two bedroom `Bungalows` with a good kitchen (with fresh farm eggs and other necessities stocked for us), spacious living room and bathroom, amazing view, private hottub, etc. The hosts are so friendly and helpful. You can take ice cream making classes as well as others like cheese, jam. The animals (chickens, goats) are so friendly and cute to pet and feed. 100% privacy. Great for families and friends. Lots of restaurants nearby (15 minutes by car). Hot air balloon (early morning activity) was exciting as well.
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