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Elodie Farms


9522 Hampton Rd
Rougemont, NC 27572
Phone: (919) 479-4606
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Elodie Farms

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Photo of Samuel Tate Samuel Tate
Nov 24, 2018 5

Highly recommended. Booked a private tour for my family after Thanksgiving. It was a wonderful experience. Sandra and Ted truly are amazing individuals. The kids loved the goats and JoJo the donkey! We’ll definitely do it again next year.

Photo of Karlie Cain Karlie Cain
Mar 17, 2018 5

Had a wonderful time for my husband’s birthday dinner. Toured the goat farm, had the best cheese, and a five course meal. I highly recommend it. Only note is that it is a long evening! 6:00 tour, 7:00 dinner & it concluded at 10:00.

Photo of Nicole Brosan Nicole Brosan
Aug 14, 2017 5

Went on a farm tour and had a wonderful time! The owners were really easy to talk to, and quite knowledgeable about their animals. The goats were adorable and seemed very happy / well taken care of. Cheese samples were delicious -- highly recommend it.

Photo of Annie Hadgkiss Annie Hadgkiss
Mar 18, 2018 5

We had such a fun evening at the farm. The food was delicious and the owners of the farm were sweet and welcoming.

Photo of Cavin Ward-Caviness Cavin Ward-Caviness
Apr 8, 2017 5

The monthly dinners are amazing!! Most of the reviews on here are about how wonderful goats and farm tours are, but if you have not gone to one of their monthly dinners (every second Saturday) you are missing out. An amazing dinner cooked by a chef trained at some of the best area restaurants (Ted the co-owner of the farm along with his wife Sandra). The dinner is set in the main farmhouse which gives it an authentic rustic feel which pairs perfectly with the dishes all made from ingredients sourced from local farms and businesses. All around an incredible and delicious experience made all the better by your amazing and friendly hosts for the night.

Photo of Scott Cooley Scott Cooley
Jun 11, 2017 5

This is indeed a lovely gem located just north of Durham and worth finding. The farm is a 'working farm' and has a comfortable, real, and inviting feel. The goats are beautiful and lovingly cared for. The cheese, I might add, seriously won our whole party over--even the one 'I don't like goat cheese' holdout. Definitely look for them! We attended the Jun 10th dinner and it was delightful. Imagine a well prepared 6-course dinner, a warm but temperate June evening, an amazing absence of flying pests--except of course for a wonderful abundance of lightening bugs, and a relaxed & happy crowd of about 45 people--doesn't get much better. Elodie gets a high recommend!