In the small village of Gorno Pole and surrounded by beautiful nature and surprising wildlife you will find this sustainable oasis. Wild Farm provides accommodation in a guestshouse that also works as a functioning organic certified farm.
Wild farm is more than a guest house, it is a home, always open for old-time friends, as well as newly met ones. The secluded ancestral house, at the entrance of the village can accommodate 15 people and has a large green yard for camping under the stars, and enjoying the fresh air saturated with hay smell, fresh grass, and flowers.
It is located in Gorno Pole and surrounded by fertile fields, mountains that hide gold and precious stones, and meandering rivers. The small lake near the house is the hiding place of the "domestic" otter – another species of the rarest wild animals on the planet, included in the World’s Red Book of protected species.
The accommodation also operates as a farm where they have a herd of over 500 cows and bulls from local indigenous breed, the Rhodope Short-Horned Cattle, and the Bulgarian gray cattle, which are bred the whole year round out in the free, in harmony with the laws of nature.
They also have bees (domesticated and wild), rabbits, Karakachan sheep, and dogs. Their beef meat, honey and pasture have been awarded sustainability certificates. Your hosts Nikki and Betty hold degrees in Biology and Zoology and are passionate about welcoming you on their farm and sharing their knowledge with you.