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We highly recommend the Eby farm. Their hospitality is amazing, and we learned so much while on the farm. After learning about the family's history, meeting the family, and being welcomed into the life on the farm, we experienced a different way of life --...More
Joyce was a delight, she was very welcoming and made me feel like family.
It's in a lovely, rural location surrounded by green fields with Amish buggies clip-clopping past. A real escape from the hurly burly of city life.
I was lucky to feed some...More
My husband and I travel to Lancaster County the third weekend in July for the Haitian Relief Auction. For the past several years, we have stayed at Kitchen Kettle Village, but this year decided to stay somewhere out in the country away from the traffic....More
We thoroughly enjoyed our 2-night stay with the Mel & Joyce Eby, as well getting to meet new acquaintances from Alberta, Canada... Australia... and Maine. My 14 year old daughter said this was her favorite part of our vacation. Be sure to ask the Eby's...More
This was our first stay with the Eby's and I would definitely like to return for a future vacation. The room was clean and comfortable and breakfast was delicious. The family is very friendly and willing to help give directions to area attractions. My girls...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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