Lodging

The Webb Farm has several lodging options for a total of 12 bedrooms to accommodate our hunting guests.

The Lodge — Nestled on a low ridge overlooking open pine forest, fields of milo and millet, and farm ponds, sits The Lodge at The Webb Farm. Built in 2006, its rough hewn board and batten siding evokes the simple class of late 1800’s architecture found on this farm and in our community. The large wraparound porch with Kennedy rockers and multiple sitting areas provide a wonderful place to kick off the hunting boots, grab a cocktail, and dig in to the great hors d’oeuvres specially prepared by The Webb Farm chefs.



The Roost –Completed in 2011 and located just across the porch breezeway from the Main Lodge, the roost is a self contained accommodation with four private bedrooms with bath, dining area , kitchen and living area with flat screen television. This beautiful addition is decorated in a Southwestern style with your comfort as the central focus of the addition.

The John Webb Homeplace — A special part of the Farm’s history opened in the Fall of 2013. The Homplace was built as a simple Victorian style home around 1908 from lumber cut and milled here on The Webb Farm. Restored in 1994, this beautifully decorated home evokes the simple charm of a bygone era featuring wide heart pine flooring, hand hewn ceiling beams and satilla tiled bathrooms.


As the sun sinks below the western tree line it is a special time here, whether on the porch, by any of our indoor fireplaces, or outside around our century old fire kettle. After ample time to relive the day, our staff will provide you a wonderful multi-course dinner fit to complement the fine day you have experienced . Don’t hesitate to ask for anything you need. That’s why you are here. We want you to relax, enjoy and hopefully understand our belief that a total wingshooting experience in the Sandhills of North Carolina is second to none. That is our goal, our mission, pure and simple.

Table Fare at The Lodge

On a typical day, our guests awaken to the aroma of freshly ground coffee especially blended for The Webb Farm. A traditional southern breakfast is served and our guests can order their locally grown eggs any style. Light pancakes or waffles with local blueberries, homemade biscuits with local honey, strawberry jam from nearby farms and locally prepared venison sausages from deer harvested here on The Farm are just a few of our morning offerings.

“The Webb Farm loads down a Southern groaning board with the likes of pear tarts with balsamic figs, buttermilk-fried quail with sugar-glazed prosciutto, and lobster macaroni and cheese.”-Garden & Gun, August/September 2011

After a morning hunt, guests are ready for homemade soups of the day, signature grilled homemade sandwiches on locally made Prairie Bread, specially prepared chicken pie or pastry as well as other luncheon entrees. Great vegetarian entrees are available upon request.

Experience southern fine dining after the sun sets. If you so desire the days hunt can be prepared as either an appetizer or entrée’. The Webb Farm supports its local farmers and emphasis is placed on fresh local ingredients when available. Our guests are offered multi choice menus prior to their arrival date. Entrees include duck, quail, venison, beef tenderloin, free range chicken, and fresh fish or pan seared scallops. For the larger group we can offer upon request low country boils, oyster roasts, or pork barbeque from our grill .

Dessert tastings are a real treat at The Webb Farm. Toll House pie, lemon chess pie and our variety of cheese cakes and homemade ice creams are a great ending to any meal.

We strive to make your overall experience here at The Webb Farm a memorable one!