If you're looking for a unique getaway idea in Missouri, I found one. It's a quaint little homestead in Hermann, Missouri that has goats, chickens and kayaks and you can enjoy all of them.

I found this glamping location on Airbnb hosted by a lady named Rebecca. It's quite a nice little place and doesn't cost you much either for a stay. Check out some pics.

This Hermann, Missouri Airbnb Has Goats, Chickens and Kayaks

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Here's how the host describes this neat little place:

Enjoy glamping in our garden cottage nestled in beautiful Frene Creek Valley. French doors open out onto the deck where you can sit and watch the goats and chickens spending a lazy afternoon. If you love the fresh air of the country, open the french doors and double doors to the garden and feel like you're one with nature. Pick up a bottle of wine from one of Hermann's world renown wineries and sip on a glass from the patio atop a stone wine cellar built in 1852.

It's worth noting that Rebecca only requires $75 per night and her homestead has a nearly perfect 4.99 out of 5 rating from those that have stayed there. That's impressive.

There are even more pics than I shared on the Airbnb listing. Make sure to check it out for updates on availability and more info.