Rural Bed & Breakfasts

Barnswallow & Co. hosts unique opportunities for guests to experience agriculture through locally grown, fresh-cut flowers. To get a up-close view, stay at the farm at The Barnswallow Cottage Airbnb. From July-September, join the you-pick flower events on Saturday AMs. Then travel into Oskaloosa and enjoy the historical downtown square, shop at local boutiques and eat at local restaurants. Rest and relax on the quiet 3-acre Airbnb property or join in on the fun at events on the farm. All who stay get exclusive access to the flower farm May-October during the flower harvest season.

On our farm we have chickens; ducks, geese, geanies, pigs, cattle, miniature donkeys, cats, & Bob, our friendly farm dog. We have a nearby farm pond for fishing and paddle boating. We have trails to walk or ride. We have 4-wheelers available. We have orchards and garden in season. Whole line of antique farm machinery and modern farm machinery. We are very reasonably priced at $100 for the whole family.

Country Heritage is a bed and breakfast located on 3.5 acres. This farm was built in 1921 and descendants of the original owners now operate the bed and breakfast.

Driftless Barn Inn is a unique Bed & Breakfast housed within a renovated circa 1896 Dairy Barn.

Nestled in the English River Valley, our B&B is a great place to relax and recharge.

A unique country setting for outdoor, wildlife and horse enthusiasts. Our large log home overlooks the Mississippi River and its valleys.

Highland Hideaway Hunting has been offering quality upland hunting experiences for nearly 20 years and we are ready to welcome you to the club.

We sell products made from grapes, such as jelly, pie, juice, etc.

A cozy collection of small enterprises located on a working farm collaborate to provide a diverse experience for visitors. Land Alliance Folk School shares the property with Geyer’s Oven, a backyard wood-fired pizza venue; Willow Grove Inn, offering lodging in a century old farmhouse; and Anna’s Cutting Garden, a u-pick flower garden. Guests have the option to book an overnight stay, attend a class or retreat, experience a pizza night, spend time in the gardens, or reserve space for private events or studio space for creative work.

Located on a 20-acre stretch of land between Iowa City and Kalona, Lucky Star Farm is home to about 100 laying hens, a small flock of turkeys, a dozen dairy goats, a couple of dogs and five llamas. Owned and operated by Susan Young, we are dedicated to organic practices and currently offer​ pasture raised eggs year-round. We raise turkeys for the holidays and milk a small number of Nigerian dwarf does. We offer opportunities for agritourism ranging from educational tours, goat yoga, to a farmstay at our newly renovated guesthouse.

Luxury bed and breakfast located on our 140 acres - also boasts an English Country Tearoom.

Experience “Rita the Robot” milking cows on our 5 generation family dairy farm! Pet the baby calves, smell what the cows eat, and get up close to a cow.

Our twenty-acre flower farm is cozied on the bluffs above Middle River Valley surrounded by the covered bridges of Madison County, Iowa. Located outside of Des Moines, this beautiful piece of land is home to our family, three dogs, seven cats who love to welcome guests, eight acres of cut flower gardens, butterflies, birds, bees, and the rest devoted to the forest and fauna that made this place home long before it was a farm.

Tranquil country get-away in 1860's home. Master suite with vaulted ceiling and fireplace, full kitchen and private bath with Jacuzzi tub.

Whiterock Conservancy is a 5,500 acre land trust and non profit entity located near Coon Rapids, IA. Whiterock has 3 campgrounds, 40 miles of trails and 6 farmhouses available for lodging. Whiterock has 12 fishing ponds on its property and also does float trips on 7 miles of the Middle Raccoon River. Whiterock is also actively engaged in farming and livestock raising on its land. It is also a great place to enjoy natural landscapes and forests.