There is no shortage of trees at Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast. Fall foliage abounds. September and October are the perfect times to visit our Pennsylvania country inn for a foliage tour. The woods are an abundant source of firewood, nature walks and home to many creatures. From our tavern room you might view a fox or deer as you breakfast. You’ll certainly hear the sounds of our pond waterfall and see the fish swimming around. Our pea gravel patio has a large brick fireplace that always has a fire laid ready for guests to light. It’s wonderful to sit by in the late summer and fall months.
The gardens at Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast are a constantly changing feature. Both Kim and Brent are landscape enthusiasts and enjoy experimenting with different garden themes and water features. We have many different beds planned for the future, but some of the beds inherited from the farm’s previous owner are quite lovely as well.
Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast is home to 5 horses and ponies. The horses range in age from Fiona, our youngest, who is six – an imported Scottish Highland Pony, Squirt our 26-year-old mustang pony who is fearless and keeps everyone in check. Want to meet them? Just ask – we’ll be happy to take you out to the barn and do introductions. We’ve always got carrots on hand.
Breakfast is served in the formal dining room and tavern room each morning. These rooms are also available for hosting events such as baby or bridal showers, corporate dinners, Christmas parties and family reunions. Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast will be glad to recommend a qualified caterer to suit your dining needs.
We are dog lovers, which is why we welcome your four-legged family members! We have two dogs ourselves… Finnegan, a cairn terrier and Charlotte, our Corgi. They have their own play space out back but will often sneak out to greet you when you arrive. If you are interested in additional “puppy time” you need only ask.
Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast is a labor of love for Innkeepers Kim and Brent Hanlin. They considered the idea of purchasing a home to convert into a bed and breakfast for many years before it became a reality. The home dates back to 1797, but it features many modern amenities, such as high-speed wireless Internet, a commercial grade kitchen and gas fireplaces. There are many things to do here on the farm during your stay with us. Toast marshmallows in the fireplace, wander through the gardens or laze the day away on one of the porches with a good book. We are, and always will be, a work in progress and welcome your suggestions for what would make your future visits exceptional. Nevertheless, she’s a grand old house just waiting for you to come and explore. Come see it for yourselves!