The Abbey Farmstead
Bed & Breakfast
Welcome to The Abbey Farmstead Bed & Breakfast, founded by Tyler and Hope Abbey, which came into existence in august of 2017.
The 1930's house of the late Jimmy Johnson was purchased, moved and renovated to ensure the highest quality of hospitality is offered to those that venture out into the piney woods of Southeast Texas.
Experience the country life away from the hustle and bustle of the big city while sitting in the rockers on the large spacious porch enjoying the sounds of the rain hitting the old tin roof with the views of the family pond and various furry creatures.
Centrally located between Livingston and Woodville, The Abbey Farmstead offers the perfect lodging for your piney woods adventure. Our accommodations provide you with many amenities that will leave you wanting to return in the near future.
This quaint, wood frame house includes two bedrooms and one bath.
Both bedrooms come furnished with queen size memory foam beds and 32 inch smart TV's. Specially selected vintage wardrobes accompany the rooms for storing your belongings during your stay.
The bathroom comes equipped with a vintage claw foot tub as well as walk in shower.
Our homemade breakfast pasteries are made specially for you by one of our local artisans
When you book your stay with us you can also book to have your family photos done on property.
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Book your micro wedding with us and enjoy your weekend of wedding fun!
Contact us to book a tour and pricing.
THINGS TO DO
Tempe Creek Vineyard & Farms
Polk County Memorial Museum
Parks & Nature
Lake Livingston State Park
Big Thicket National Preserve
Sam Rayburn Reservoir
Ruby Cattle Company
Good Golly Miss Molly's Antiques
Alma's Courthouse Whistle Stop
The Bull Shack Coffee & Smoothies
Friends & Neighbors Lunch Spot
LeBlanc's Cajun Kitchen
Peace, contentment and blessings abound in this lovingly restored historic cottage.
The only sounds are the frogs singing at dusk on the pond and the occasional cow mooing in the pasture. I didn’t turn the tv on one time in my seven days. Perfect for my personal sabbatical.