My wife and I were in need of accommodations during a three-week renovation of our new home. Initially, we tried staying "in-town", which left us tired and tense. I found the Webster's ranch on HomeAway and they allowed us to bring our two Pugs. From the moment we met Lori and Dwight, the tension began to melt away. A further tour of the one-bedroom farmhouse and surrounding property had us feeling right at home.
Over the following weeks, Websterbilly Ranch was more than a home and the Websters felt more like our family. After some really long days at work and the house, the ranch was a place of refuge.
The farmhouse was clean and the linens were fresh. We cooked breakfast almost every morning in the well-stocked kitchenette. The TV had a robust channel selection; however, we didn't get to enjoy it very much. I also fell in love with "Alexa".
We were more than lucky to find Websterbilly Ranch and are extremely fortunate to be living relatively close to these great people. We hope to foster our relationship and continue being friends long into the future.