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My husband and I stayed in the Modern Cape Cod, on the lower floor. We had originally booked the room upstairs but switched to get a little more privacy. We had the whole floor to ourselves. As someone who grew up visiting my grandmother's B&B...More
We had room 2 at the Modern Cape Cod House. This is a nice relaxing place. Do not expect a fancy B&B. Its a farm house. Joyce is a really nice and special lady. The rooms are nice and clean. You must remember you are...More
2 Thank Abigail143
Response from Joyce L, Owner at Eby Farm Bed & BreakfastResponded 17 April 2015
Abigail, We were glad to have you and your family enjoy our farm. We do have Wifi...sorry you did not see the password posted in your room. I will remind our guests upon arrival to look for it. Thanks, Joyce
The host family at the Eby Farm is just wonderful and made our stay in their 200-year-old farmhouse a totally delightful time!! It was like being part of their Mennonite family for a day with time spent looking around the farm, watching the milking process...More
Stayed here with my wife and two young children.
Joyce and Mel put us up in the newer house and we stayed for three nights.
In the morning after arriving we all went over to the Barn across the field and saw the cows getting...More
Our neighborhood bible study just spent two nights with Joyce at Eby Farm B&B. It was delightful, and Joyce is a warm, loving, friendly inn keeper, who is now "friend." It's comfy, clean and in just the right location for everything we wanted to do...More
Think we paid just under $100 a night at the farm, which included a room with two queen beds, private bath, and a normal farm breakfast in the morning. Nothing elaborate for breakfast, but it was tasty and enough to... More
Think we paid just under $100 a night at the farm, which included a room with two queen beds, private bath, and a normal farm breakfast in the morning. Nothing elaborate for breakfast, but it was tasty and enough to fill our tummies.
The Amish dinner was separate. We told the Eby farm hosts we were interested in learning first-hand about Amish life, and they put us in touch with an Amish family who offered to have us over for dinner and we left them a donation of about $25 for two adults, and two children. It's polite to leave a "donation" for approximately what a "family meal" would cost in a restaurant.
Hope that helps.