Husband and I spent a Sunday night recently and were quite pleased. It was lovely and our room absolutely one of the best we have stayed at over the past 20 years - we really loved it. Kim was friendly and went out of her way to make us feel at home - breakfast was delicious and Kim was pleasant in her conversation regarding the area. Kim made a fire pit for us and lit torches outside all ready upon our return from dinner - so very romantic. A few cons though - when we returned from dinner we stopped in to see the horses/ponies and they were all eating at 8:30 p.m. - their stalls did not look like they had been cleaned out in a few days - there wasn't any fresh soft bedding for them either - it saddened me seeing it all. The two dogs I had thought were inside dogs, they looked like they live outside - not brushed and Sullivan had a cut on his paw - again I was saddened to see them and gave them big hugs as much as I could. When we first arrived and drove onto the property we passed an above ground swimming pool that was filled with dark green slimy water - a tarp could be put across this - it was unsightly. With a tarp over the pool or a good cleaning, a freshened stall area and brushing the dogs here and there everything else would put this B&B at the top - it truly is wonderful inside the building and the other area of the grounds - just don't go into the stalls. We would go back - without a doubt but next time would like some apples to give to the horses - weren't offered any this trip. The prices are reasonable - the hosts are friendly - the inside of the B&B delightful - Bed very comfortable - take care of the animals a bit more or hire a college kid to come over and help out and this B&B would be off the chart!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A luxurious retreat in a historical setting. Property features a 20 acre horse farm, 1797 stone and brick farmhouse, and three well appointed rooms. Beautiful quiet setting on Route 34 only 2mi off I81. Have breakfast near the fishpond and listen to the birds sing. Cozy up to the fireplaces in winter. Gourmet breakfast served at your requested time. Gettysburg and Hershey less than hours drive. Carlisle Car Shows and Yellow Breeches only minutes away! ... more less
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