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I stayed at the 345 Belmont Road address, and had a very comfortable night in a lovely room that looked out over the road so i could see all the Amish buggies driving by. The hosts were helpful and informative and made a wonderful breakfast...More
I can't explain in words how wonderful our experience was with Mel and Joyce at the Eby Farm. Their home is adjacent to a wonderful covered bridge which is used by people in the community. One thing that I loved hearing in the evening (outside)...More
We were distressed with what we found.
We were 7.
Old and Young.
We were hoping for a pretty place for the old to visit together and the young to play “farm”.
The photo gallery the Eby Farm website is not representative of its current...More
We slept here, in Lancaster County. Mel and Joyce are wonderful at welcoming you and making you feel at home. The rooms are lovely, very comfy. The place is also beautiful and the garden a lovely, peaceful place. I wished we could have stayed more...More
The joy, comfort, and old school charm runs consistent throughout the warm and inviting presence of the Eby Farm & Breakfast.
Located in a peaceful setting with a wonderful view all around of just farmland it is tranquil and sincerely breathtaking.
Mr. Mel and Mrs....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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"The room at the front of the house overlooking the road is lovely - and you can see the buggies go by."