Naytura Haus offers accommodations for up to six people and six horses. There is a two night minimum and a free night per reservation during the off season (November 1st – May 31st).
$250 per night base rate (base rate includes the first 2 people and first 2 horses)
Effective January 1, 2017 base rate is $300 per night.
$20 additional for each extra person also each extra horse and each extra dog per night. ( 2 dog limit per reservation).
Tax @ 10%
Cleaning fee $75
Any damage done by dogs or horses will be charged to the owner.
A non-refundable $100 check holds reservation dates.
Barn: All you need to bring for your horse is feed – buckets, feeders, and cleaning items are supplied. Please clean up after your equine friends at the end of your stay or an extra cleaning charge will be added.
Up to two dogs are allowed by special pre-arrangement. They are not allowed to run unattended and are asked, respectfully, to stay off the furniture.
“My husband and I spent a glorious week making ourselves at home at Naytura Haus. I brought 2 of my Friesians with us, and we walked through the dunes to the beach with each of them twice a day – what a rewarding experience! Once accomplishing the adventure of crossing the dunes we enjoyed allowing them their own space at the end of the lead rope on the beach to explore and satisfy their own curiosities – what a fantastic learning experience!
I also made great use of the 50’ round pen that is available at the cabin. In fact, I had been working on getting my 3 year old filly started under saddle, and having that ‘home away from home’ environment allowed me to spend enough dedicated time with her to actually sit in the saddle and take a few steps with her for the first time.
We also spent time traveling around visiting the local communities, sampling the offerings of a few restaurants and what not, but mostly purchasing our own fresh seafood and produce from local outlets so we could bring it back to the cabin and prepare it for ourselves there!
We spent the week waking in the morning and going to bed each night with the feel and smell of the sea breeze in the air, and enjoying the activities of having the horses with us, too. Evenings were always special, hanging out at the barn for a while listening to the horses munching contently after their day of beach side adventure and then having our own time relaxing on the back porch watching for critters in the dunes and listening to the ocean and seabirds – a treat hard to beat!”
~ Dale & Marilyn