Farm Sanctuary’s New York Shelter
Bed & Breakfast
Wake up to roosters crowing at our picturesque sanctuary located in the Finger Lakes region of upstate New York. As our Bed & Breakfast guest, you will stay in our accommodations overlooking the sanctuary. Farm Sanctuary operates this Bed & Breakfast to provide an ideal way for members to immerse themselves in the Farm Sanctuary experience, learn about farm animal issues, and forge a closer bond with the rescued animals at our shelter.
Throughout the day guests are welcome to browse our Visitor Center, pitch in with shelter chores, or enjoy the companionship of our farm animal friends.
In addition to our popular Bed and Breakfast Cabins, this year we will be adding additional “tiny house” accommodations. The tiny houses will allow more people to experience the peace and serenity of a sanctuary stay. These are still under construction and opening dates will be announced later.
Here’s what some of our guests have to say about their experience!
“In a world battered by violence, hatred, and ignorance, Farm Sanctuary provides a desperately needed oasis of healing and compassion. Thank you, everyone here, for allowing each of your visitors to renew their spirits with hope and peace.” — Bruce G.
“To everyone here at Farm Sanctuary (both animals and humans) — thank you for everything. This experience has been eye-opening, view-altering, and life-changing. Every part of our visit was lovely — from the vegan breakfast, excellent gift shop, and incredible tours to the friendly staff, perfect cabin, and (of course) inspirational animals. We are taking away so much from this stay: we’re educated on issues we never knew about; we will remember forever the stories of the resilience in these animals; and we have a new sense of hope inspired by the work that goes on here. We cannot thank you enough.” — Liz and Kate W.
“Few places in life live up to one’s expectations, but Farm Sanctuary is one such place. Beyond the beauty of the hills and the starry nights is the comforting feeling you get when you see the animals. There aren’t a lot of places for animals to have safety and peace, and it is so rewarding to have stayed at one. We leave refreshed, peaceful, and with new energy to be advocates for our friends. We hope to come back soon.” — Melissa and Matt