Set on the site of an old town from the 1880's, now a working dairy farm, the "Post Office" is a beautiful and comfortable escape to the charm and serenity of the country. The farm offers a unique opportunity to see where the best milk and dairy products are made. Baby cows graze nearby. The farm enjoys some of the best sunshine in California, best night sky, mountain views, sunrises and sunsets. Relax, commune with the animals, birdwatch, hike, sit by a campfire, or whatever suits you.
The building where this room is located was the original post office in the town of Panoche back in the 1880s.
Guests will be able to observe cows and goats being milked. This happens twice a day. You will also be able to see our calves being fed twice a day. Feeding of the cows happens at various times during the week and you may just be able to see that too depending on the length of your stay.
Other things to note
The natural aspects of this location are HUGE. This is a very diverse geological and biological area, there is world class birding, there are wildlife to observe, the night sky is fantastic and the climate is great. The wildflowers in the Springtime of a good year (like this) are incomparable.
There is no food provided. Bring your own groceries. The bar has pizza and sandwiches and is 5 minutes away. There is a charcoal barbecue available but no food prep place.
There is an outdoor fire ring and wood is provided for nighttime campfires.
- Be respectful. This is a working farm. Please follow rules and be responsible around livestock.
The farm is where we live, so we intend to interact with our guests depending on the extent of their desire to do so. We respect people's' privacy. Special farm tours are available, but there is an additional charge for this.
I live in San Benito County and have a farm.