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This was a very nice inn in a beautiful country setting located on a farm, complete with horses. The decor of the inn is country, with lovely hard wood floors, antiques throughout, and pretty quilts in your room. The dining room is pretty with a...More
The Inn at Westwynd Farm's own catch-phrase, "Luxurious Bed and Breakfast," is muted, an understatement for this fabulous 23-acre farm with modern, first-class accommodations located outside Hershey, PA.
The Inn at Westwynd Farm is among the top two or three, if not the top B&B...More
Good location to visit Hershey and Amish towns. Delicious breakfasts and freshly baked treats. Quite and relaxing setting. Also provide wine, beer, soda and juice 24 hours a day. Helpful sightsering suggestions, too. No detail missed.
Amazing details that added to the perfect stay... great food, outstanding service, delicious snacks and baked goods available all day. Even beer in the fridge! We appreciated the specif recommendations for restaurants.
We stayed at the inn for our 28th wedding anniversary. The grounds and setting were just perfect. The atmosphere is peaceful and quiet. We stayed in the Trapper room which was perfect for us. It is tucked away on the end of the house and...More
Response from Moviestar77 | Reviewed this property |
Dear Traveler, I was in the room upstairs from the dining area. Left at the steps. It was blue with blue bird murals. It was clean and comfortable. I was there during the weekday and paid around 165.00 for a night. The... More
Dear Traveler, I was in the room upstairs from the dining area. Left at the steps. It was blue with blue bird murals. It was clean and comfortable. I was there during the weekday and paid around 165.00 for a night. The place is fabulous. So many nooks to sit and read and book and to interact. It probably will be better to visit in the cool fall or early spring as the smell of the horses was rather strong and it was very humid. When the West Wind blew it was rather pleasant. Excellent pastries.
Response from Linda Denton H | Reviewed this property |
Not a bad view on the property, but I'm not certain which room this is either. You need two days just to fully appreciate the chef's amazing breakfasts and to remember how to just breathe in this beautiful, relaxing venue.
Response from westwyndinnkeepers | Property representative |
Good Morning - On Our web site you will see a photo of two rocking chairs and the view from the chairs is also similar to the view from Killarney. The photo of the horses grazing is also the same view as from Killarney