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In 2016, Weatherbury Farm will offer three types of
farm stay opportunities
In 2016, Weatherbury Farm will offer three types of farm stay opportunitieson select Friday and Saturday nights in June, July & August:
1. B&B Farm Stay
with continental breakfast.
be offered on Saturday and/or Sunday morning.
Enjoy life on the farm and/or
explore the countryside.
** Subject to farmers' schedule
3. Group farm stays -- rent all three suites for a
family & friends get-together. Continental breakfast. Light
will be offered on one or both mornings.
life on the farm and/or explore the countryside.
Farm stay visitors are invited to participate in our Weatherbury Farm Kids Program.
At this time, we do not accept credit cards. Reservation deposit and final payment are by cash or check.
Overview of the accommodations at Weatherbury Farm Vacation:
Weatherbury Farm Vacation's
accommodations are located in a cluster of historic buildings. A brief description
of the room and the suites is below. Click on a link to see pictures and
more details about each room/suite.
Wireless Internet is available.
There is a propane grill located outside the Livery Hall and a microwave in the Livery Hall for guest use.
get an overview of the location of Weatherbury Farm, look
at the aerial shots of
Downstairs living rooms have original 2 inch oak planks, joists and beams.
Heated by gas burning fireplace.
Upstairs bedroom has a cathedral ceiling, rising 20 feet. The floors are the original yellow pine flooring from the hayloft. The bedroom opens onto a deck over-looking the pasture.
Bathrooms (ensuite, also on the 2nd floor) have old fashioned clawfoot tub with a shower and pull-chain toilets.
Suites have a small refrigerator for guests' use. Suites are air-conditioned and have ceiling fans
Soothing red living room with 2 sleeper sofas; sunny white bedroom with red
trim upstairs - twin & queen jenny lind beds. En suite bath with clawfoot
tub/shower. Oriental theme throughout. Individually controlled air
conditioning & heating with ceiling fans. A small refrigerator for guest
use. Sleeps 7. (3 adults max)
"We're staying in the Carriage House, one of three two-story suites in the newly renovated guest barn that's perfect for the four of us. First is a living room with two sleeper sofas, a gas fireplace and plenty of running-around room. Up in the old hayloft area, the bedroom boasts one queen and one single bed -- which our three-year old immediately claims as her 'big-girl farm bed' -- covered in charming, worn-soft lines of red-and-cream ticking and Laura Ashley florals. An ancient trunk hold extra pillows and blankets, while the bathroom has a real claw foot tub and a pull-chain toilet (a big winner with our recently potty-trained preschooler)." Tracy Thompson / Pursuits Magazine Summer 2004
|The Mews Suite||Garden themed rooms with sunny white walls and white trim. En suite bath with clawfoot tub/shower. Murphy bed & sleeper sofa downstairs; jenny lind queen & daybed (full) upstairs. Individually controlled air conditioning & heating with ceiling fans. A small refrigerator for guest use. Sleeps 7. (2 adults max)|
|The Stables Suite||Navy living room with sleeper sofa. Pineapple stencil with twin & Queen pineapple poster beds upstairs. En suite bath with clawfoot tub/shower. Traditional decor. Individually controlled air conditioning & heating with ceiling fans. A small refrigerator for guest use. Sleeps 5. (3 adults max)|
|The Summer Kitchen is being restored into a single cottage style accommodation. The upstairs will be a bedroom and ensuite bath. Downstairs there will be a living/dining room with a small kitchen. Once the project is complete, we will begin taking reservations for the Summer Kitchen. Both the upstairs and downstairs rooms are air-conditioned and have ceiling fans.|
1061 Sugar Run Road
Avella, Pennsylvania 15312
|Weatherbury Farm is a non-smoking farm vacation.|
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