Features

proximity

  • Four miles from state route 161

  • Six miles from I-70

  • Thirty miles from downtown Columbus, Ohio which hosts Equine Affaire and Quarter Horse Congress

  • Twenty miles from Brave Horse Equestrian Center

  • Four miles from Granville, Ohio which features many quaint restaurants, shops, museums, and Denison University

    Barn

  • Three, 12 x 12 matted European Stalls with dutch doors, full grill divider, individual stall light and fan. Stall, grain feeder, water bucket & pitchfork disinfected after each stay

  • One, 12 x 12 matted stall with bale door, individual stall light and fan. Stall, grain feeder, water bucket & pitchfork disinfected after each stay

  • Matted wash stall with hot & cold water

  • Private driveway with 90 x 90 parking/turnaround area

  • Water and electric available for guests preferring to stay in their trailer

  • Floodlights for after hours arrival

  • Pine shavings in each stall

  • Apple juice available to encourage drinking of unfamiliar water

  • Hay available, upon request

Living Quarters

  • Two twin XL beds, lounge chairs, coat rack, ceiling fan, air conditioner/heater, microwave, coffee maker, refrigerator/freezer, 43 inch Smart TV, Wi-Fi, shower, hair dryer, shampoo, soap, porch

  • Stalls are steps from your horse and visible from the living quarters

  • Doors to living quarters are coded and changed with each guest stay

  • Disposable slippers available for each overnight guest


    Contact Sarah Start at (614)746-3969 or bitofheavenfarm@gmail.com for more information or reservations.

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The Barn

A quaint, well ventilated space for your equine. Four, 12 x 12 matted stalls with a Dutch door, light and fan.

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Living Quarters

A cozy, well appointed living area for guests within fifteen feet of your equine. Enjoy the ravine from the outdoor porch and wooded seating area.

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Granville, Ohio

Granville is located in a rural area of rolling hills in central Ohio. It is 30 miles east of Columbus, the state capital, and boasts a population of approximately 5,800. Granville is home to Denison University, many great eateries and museums, polo matches every Sunday in the summer months, county managed trail systems, a wonderful farmers market, golf course and outdoor activities.