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Address:
5230 Pettem Road
Lyn, ON
K0E 1M0

Directions: Google Map
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Contact:
Hosts: Ian and Diana deZeeuw
Phone: 613-342-8757
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Payment Methods:
Cash , Cheques , Traveller's Cheques

Visitors to this page and click-throughs to website:3467

Local Time: Friday, December 19, 2014   3:31:52   AM
Other Website: www.noahsfarm.net

Noah's Farm

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Exotic farm animals - alpacas, llamas, donkeys, miniature horse, sheep, goats, pot-bellied pigs, rabbits, chinchillas, emus, pea and guinea fowl, waterfowl, poultry. Farm vacations and Christian retreat groups also available. Greenhouse and market garden on site. 220 acres of farm land and bush. Walking/snowmobile trail nearby. Close to lakes and the Thousand Islands. An opportunity for guests to mingle with and learn from a variety of animals and birds in a real farm setting. Casual atmosphere.


Central TV, Central phone, Barbeque, Laundry, Kitchen available, Guest fridge, Central Internet Access, Central VCR/DVD,


Trail nearby, Rental canoe or boat, Golf, Fishing, Museums, Theatre, Entertainment, Attractions, Wineries/Breweries, Shopping, Cross country skiing, Tennis, Swimming, Horseback riding, Beach, Bird-watching, Antiquing,


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Rooms range from $50 to $70 for double occupancy.
Please call to confirm current prices.


Upper Floor, Ground Floor,


Shared with guest, Shared with hosts


Queen, Twin, Single or cots,


Full, Continental, Home baked, Self-catered,


Ceiling Fans



TV, VCR/DVD,


Rural, All year, Handicapped accessible, Pets in residence,


English,

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Children enjoy mingling with the many critters.

Llama and alpaca moms keep a close eye.

A B&B guest with some new friends.

Noah's Farm is always open to guests.

One of the two upstairs guest bedrooms.

Bulls-eye, a Jacob ram, loves to greet people.

The birds and animals at the farm get along well.

Spring is a great time to see young life.

Peacocks keep watch from their perches at night.

Food draws everyone together!

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All of the descriptive material on this page is provided by the host of the B&B in English or French or both, at the option of the host. When available in French click on the "FRANCAIS" button above.The Canadian Bed and Breakfast Guide assumes no responsiblity for accuracy or other aspects of content.

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