Lavender season is almost upon us and you could be sleeping among fields of the fragrant flowers at a luxurious Airbnb in South County, Rhode Island.

Lavender Waves Farm is a unique overnight experience that just may give you the best night's sleep of your life.

The scent of lavender had been proven to help people get a better night's sleep, so I'd imagine sleeping with fields of over 4,000 lavender plants outside your window is a perfect way to unwind and destress this summer. Plus the king-size beds with plush pillows, rainfall shower with massage jets and rocking chairs by a firepit don't hurt either.

Lavender Waves Farm has all of this and more. Its luxury Farm Suite is full of reclaimed wood that gives the whole place an elegant, yet rustic, vibe. The kitchen has granite countertops, the bathroom features amethyst geode sinks and the whole place overlooks the lavender fields.

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It's a high-end stay and country getaway all in one place.

Not to mention the farm animals you can visit with during your stay.

Lavender Waves Farm has a donkey, an endangered Bactrian camel (seriously), five alpacas, one llama, chickens, ducks, guinea hens, geese and even one white peacock.

The place seems completely magical if you ask me and you can visit throughout the summer without spending the night, too. PYO Lavender hours happen most weekends through the season and there are often yoga classes among the flowers, too.

Peak season for the Farm Suite is of course late June through August when the lavender is blooming, but even without the flowers, this is a beautiful place to unplug in any season and get away without going too far.

Luxurious Lavender Farm Airbnb Could Be Most Relaxing Stay Ever

It's been proven that the scent of lavender can help you get a better night's sleep, so how about surrounding yourself in fields of the flower on your next vacation?
In South Kingstown, RI there is a lavender farm that offers overnight stays in a very luxurious setting. Walk the fields, have a bonfire and visit with the animals (including an endangered camel) all at Lavender Wave Farm.
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