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Traveled here during the Memorial Day weekend with my family and we all LOVED it. The hosts we're friendly and helpful, the farm was great and there was plenty to do. We got relax on the cozy outdoor seating and even watch the birth of...More
In April I took a fabulous trip to Lancaster, Pennsylvania, with three of my sixth grade girls. Though captivated at Sight and Sound Theater’s production of “Moses” and tickled by a ride in an Amish buggy, their favorite part of the trip was hanging out...More
We stayed in the newer house, and it was pretty much like staying in a home down the street from where I live. The room was nice, but very dated. We were expecting more of a Mennonite feel, and just did not experience that here....More
We stayed here because I read amazing reviews about seeing the dairy farm and wanted my kids to experience this. We stayed for 3 nights, but they offered a tour on only one out of the 3 days we stayed. This was the part of...More
We stayed at this B&B for several days. It was a nice quiet dairy farm. We stayed in the separate farm house (the older one). It was clean, but the decor is definitely dated (not shocking since it's so old). The queen bed is right...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.
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"There is a farmhouse and also a Cape cod house nearby."