Elisabeth's Llama Ranch Bed & Breakfast

Williamsburg, Ontario

Elisabeth's Llama Ranch Bed & Breakfast is an inn / B&B located in Williamsburg. Welcome to the online home of Elisabeth's Llama Ranch, the home of a herd of some 30 llamas and alpacas since early 1996. We raise llamas for their fiber, their guarding capabilities for livestock, as companion animals, and as prime breeding stock. The alpacas are kept as a valuable asset to our fiber production.

We invite you to visit the ranch and learn a bit more about our beautiful and interesting creatures. You may also choose to stay at our Bed & Breakfast and enjoy an extensive visit to the pasture, or choose home grown fiber or llama related products from our new farm store.

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12057 Toyes Hill Road
K0C 2H0

Tel: (613) 774-1514
Tollfree: (877) 774-1514

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We offer one room with a queen bed and one room with 2 twin beds. Rates are 57$ to 70$ full breakfast and the government taxes included. Please do not hesitate and contact us for more details. We are happy to send you an offer.

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Location details / directions

The 45-acre ranch is located 2.5 km west of Highway 31 and Winchester Springs, 50 minutes south of Ottawa, and 15 minutes north of Morrisburg and Highway 401. It's owner, Elisabeth Kaufmann, is member and past president of the Ontario Camelids Association (OCA), member of the Canadian Llama and Alpaca Association (CLAA), the Canadian Llama Association, the Greater Appalachian Llama and Alpaca Association (GALA) as well as of the Ottawa Valley Spinners and Weavers Guild, and President of Upper Canada Bed and Breakfasts.

Prices should be used as a guide only and may vary with room and dates chosen. Lower pricing may be available via booking system. Please note all distances are approximate, and may not reflect driving or travel distances.