Pet friendly guest cottage on a working sheep farm that also provides a home for Mid-Atlantic Border Collie Rescue.
Nestled behind the main house with a fenced garden, the cottage is a cozy respite after a busy day site seeing or visiting with local friends. Relax and discover the culture, history, nature, and cuisines of Maryland's Eastern Shore. Perfect for folks traveling with a dog or two. Short or long term rentals.
Our cottage is ideal for guests attending local events in Kent and Queen Anne's Counties such as the National Music Festival, Tea Party, events at Washington College, RiverArts, Harry Potter Festival, Downrigging (one of our favourites), and local running and biking events.
Complete with full kitchen, bath and laundry area, the cottage has a queen size bed (roll away bed or aerobed available on request) and wifi, air conditioning, and little propane stove for comfort. We supply linens, and can stock fridge with advance notice and payment.
Kent County is a water focused community with miles of road for running and bike or motorbike riding. On the farm, we have parking available for boat or skidoo trailers, as well as day and overnight kenneling for pets as space permits.
Please note: Victory Farm is home to Mid-Atlantic Border Collie Rescue, and Belle Rose Kennels, and is a working farm with dogs, cats, sheep, and chickens. While charming, there may be noise related to the working nature of the farm, we appreciate your understanding!
Guests have access to the cottage, deck, and the fenced area that encloses the cottage yard.
Общение с гостями
Owner lives on grounds and is out and about on the property.
General quiet hours between 10pm and 6am.
Accompanying dogs must remain on leash while on grounds unless within prescribed fenced play areas.
Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
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The founder of MidAtlantic Border Collie Rescue has 20+ years experience running a small business that has shown progressive growth. She has two years of experience at an animal shelter as a kennel technician, where she also spent time in other working positions within the shelter, most notable, 6 weeks as interim Director. Most importantly, she successfully initiated the birth and is largely responsible for the growth of Mid-Atlantic Border Collie Rescue from its inception until today. Sarah currently oversees all projects and program coordinators within the organization and is heavily involved with day-to-day decisions. Sarah is the former National Rescue Liaison for the Border Collie Society of America, the former treasurer of the Humane Society of Kent County, and the Association for Pet Dog Trainers as well as the Virginia Border Collie Association and the New England Border Collie Association. Sarah uses her own dogs to help manage her small farm, and offers her services as trainer and behavioural consultant to pet owners.