We are fiercely proud of what we do at White Oak Pastures, so we invite you to come to see our work, meet our family, and spend the night in one of our on-farm accommodations in South Georgia. We like to describe this feeling as A Bold Return to Giving a Damn.
Conscious consumers want to know how their food is produced, and we believe farms and food companies should operate with full transparency.
People from all over the world visit our farm, but accommodations in the region can be inconvenient or severely limited. That's why we offer four cozy cabins, a Pond House, and a house in downtown Bluffton to stay in as you explore South Georgia and enjoy our farm.
Please note: we require a 24 hour notice for any cancellation.
Failure to do so will result in a non-refundable cancellation fee that is equal to the rate of the room for the night canceled.
Check in is at 2:00 pm and check out is 11:00 AM.
The Pond House
$199 Sunday Night – Thursday Night
$259 Friday Night & Saturday Night
Our Pond House sits on a 15-acre pond on a peninsula, complete with a boat dock and scenic views. You can enjoy the soft sounds of water and a South Georgia country evening from a screened-in porch, or watch the sunrise over nearby pastures across the water. With the Pond House’s countryside charm, along with modern amenities including AC/heat, this house is perfect for a getaway staycation.
The Pond House can accommodate a large group with flexible sleeping arrangements and two bathrooms. One bedroom has a queen bed, the other bedroom hosts two twin beds, and the living room has a sleeper couch that can turn into a queen bed. This setup can sleep up to six people.
The Pond House also has a full kitchen with a stove, microwave, refrigerator, pots and pans, and basic plateware. We keep the kitchen stocked with farm-fresh eggs for your breakfast and coffee for the Keurig machine.
This house does not have Wi-Fi, but it does have a television. We find that many groups actually enjoy being “unplugged” during their stay. These accommodations offer a “digital detox” experience, so make sure to bring books and games, or at the very least, make sure you enjoy spending time with your travel companions!
Southern Red Oak House
$139 Sunday Night – Thursday Night
$159 Friday Night & Saturday Night
The Southern Red Oak House is located in the heart of Bluffton. It is about a two minute walk to get from this house to our town’s General Store, so this is about as “downtown” as you can get in a town of 100 people!
The Southern Red Oak House has one private bedroom with two queen beds. This house has one private bathroom. In the main living area, there is also a couch that lets out into a queen, and a twin daybed. With a group sharing beds, this house sleeps up to seven people.
There is a full kitchen, furnished with cookware and plateware, along with a stove, oven, refrigerator, and microwave. And for those who love to spend an evening enjoying the outdoors, there is a cozy backyard porch complete with outdoor seating and a grill.
This house does have ramp access, and for those with cars not built for dirt country roads, this house is located on a paved road.
Pine Forest Cabins
$110 Sunday Night – Thursday Night
$155 Friday Night & Saturday Night
Each of our four one-bedroom cabins is nestled privately in a 32-acre longleaf pine forest. All cabins include a screened-in porch with rocking chairs, perfect for enjoying an early morning or a late evening in fresh air, listening to the natural sounds of the surrounding forest.
Our cabins keep a rustic country charm while remaining fully modern with electricity, air conditioning, heat, and other amenities. Your cabin includes a small kitchen with a stove, microwave, refrigerator, pots and pans, and basic plateware. We keep the cabins stocked with farm-fresh eggs for your breakfast and coffee for the Keurig machine.
There is no television or Wi-Fi in our cabins. We find that many families, couples, and solo travelers actually enjoy being “unplugged” during their stay. These accommodations offer a “digital detox” experience, so make sure to bring books and games, or at the very least, make sure you enjoy spending time with any travel companions!
We encourage you to get out and explore our farm, nearby hikes, and other treasures that South Georgia has to offer. We provide maps and local recommendations to help you plan your visit.
To reach our cabins, the final section of road you’ll drive on is a dirt road that is not paved. If possible, especially if there has been recent rain, we recommend bringing a car with four-wheel drive (if this may be an issue for you, we suggest considering our downtown Bluffton accommodations instead).
All of our cabins have an identical 11’ x 33’ layout, but we offer different sleeping arrangements in each. See the details for the beds in each cabin below.
PS– we’ve named each of our cabins after influential members of the Harris family. If you’re curious, read more about the history behind our cabin names here.
The Sam Fordham Cabin offers one queen bed, a seating area with a couch, a small kitchen, and one full bathroom.
The Virgil Redding Cabin offers one double bed and one bunk bed, a small kitchen, and one full bathroom.
The Beulah Bell Cabin offers one twin bed, one double bed, a small kitchen, and one full bathroom.
The Bama Hamilton Cabin offers one queen bed, a seating area with a couch, a small kitchen, and one full bathroom.