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Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast

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1634 Holly Pike, Carlisle, PA 17015-7512
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#3 of 8 in Carlisle
Location
4.7
Cleanliness
4.7
Service
4.9
Value
4.8
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A luxurious retreat in a historical setting. Property features a 20 acre horse farm, 1797 stone and brick farmhouse, and three well appointed rooms. Beautiful quiet setting on Route 34 only 2mi off I81. Have breakfast near the fishpond and listen to the birds sing. Cozy up to the fireplaces in winter. Gourmet breakfast served at your requested time. Gettysburg and Hershey less than hours drive. Carlisle Car Shows and Yellow Breeches only minutes away!
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Property amenities
Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Board games / puzzles
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Concierge
Outdoor fireplace
Private check-in / check-out
Wifi
Breakfast available
Breakfast in the room
Special diet menus
Picnic area
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Housekeeping
Iron
Wake-up service / alarm clock
Flatscreen TV
iPod docking station
Complimentary toiletries
Hair dryer
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Family
Romantic
Languages Spoken
English
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Steve D wrote a review May 2022
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This is our 3rd stay. I never give 5 star reviews, well almost never. You must realize, this is a working horse farm. The wonderful owner cares for them, chickens, dogs, and other critters. So do be like the one review that gave a 2 star rating, because the owner met them and she looked like SHE HAD BEEN WORKING OUTDOORS. This place is a farm as well. Not a 400 room Holiday Inn. The charm of building is it's age and history. Nicely appointed rooms, and a tasty fresh breakfast not made with Bisquick. Also on the property they have weddings in the stone remains of an old barn, and canopies, for the reception and dancing, by the new barn.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Mel S wrote a review May 2022
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We have stayed here multiple times. It's become an anniversary tradition for us! It's a fantastic retreat to simpler times. The breakfasts are always creative and delicious, and something we look forward to with each visit. We find the quirks of the old house charming and welcoming. It may not be a relaxing ideal for everyone -- the floors creak, the house is a little drafty, one time the fireplace wasn't working, and another time the showerhead had a wonky spray. Absolutely none of that detracted from a 5-star review though. The attentiveness, hospitality, and generosity of the hosts more than make up for any issues, which are all just a result of the incredible age and history of the building. If we wanted modern luxury, we'd opt for a large corporate chain in a big concrete building where every room is the same as the next, but that's not our style. We prefer getting to see the owners' cats traipse about, learning about the latest renovations, reading stories of previous visits in the guestbook, and finding a place to truly call our own.
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Date of stay: February 2022
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Room Tip: Graham's Retreat: Balcony, no bathtub. Coyle's Hideaway: very creaky bed. All rooms...
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Julie S wrote a review Apr 2022
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We have been staying here for 10 years now and thoroughly enjoy the atmosphere, the delicious breakfasts and the friendliness of the Inn Keeper Kim. It is always a treat to stay here! There are many things to do in Carlisle which is very close but you are still out in the country.
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Date of stay: April 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Mick R wrote a review Mar 2022
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Kim and her staff hosted our wedding and reception on a Sunday afternoon in late August and it was everything we could have hoped. The setting was picturesque, while the food was levels above typical wedding fare. But most importantly, Kim and her staff's attention to detail on our special day was fantastic. We rented out each of the rooms for family and woke up to a delicious breakfast. We made the perfect choice for us.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Frank A wrote a review Feb 2022
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Great relaxing stay, large property with horses. Very cool house from 1797. Large bedroom, with fireplace and very comfortable bed. Kim, (Innkeeper) prepared two very delicious breakfasts. Very personable and eager to answer any questions we had.
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Date of stay: February 2022Trip type: Traveled
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Gage P wrote a review Jan 2022
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My son and I stayed in the botanical garden room for one night on a ski trip. It was a wonderful place for both of us. The fireplace was so cozy and we both had a comfortable place to sleep. The breakfast was really tasty and we had pizza delivered. Worked out perfectly for us. The fireplace kept the room warm. We turned it off at night and the room got chilly. Of course the temp outside was in the teens.
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Date of stay: January 2022
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Room Tip: The Botanical library has a pull out sofa. Fireplace keeps the room warm.
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Lila R wrote a review Jan 2022
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We wanted a romantic little get-away and this was perfect. The "Botanical Library" room was great. We slept well and had plenty of room to spread out. The weather was bitter cold and we stayed warm, snuggled by the fire. The rooms where we had breakfast were lovely and we could help ourselves to coffee and tea any time of day or night. No complaints at all about this wonderful little place.
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Date of stay: January 2022
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Andrea T wrote a review Dec 2021
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We liked the surroundings and look of the B&B and the breakfast was gourmet and multi-courses...well worth the price of staying. we would stay again but probably not the top floor, only because the was a creature in the ceiling that was too big to be a mouse (perhaps why others had allergens?) and it woke us up several times in the night. Probably a squirrel or rat? It was cold out, so to be expected in a very old farm house...so that is why i would choose a different room in future. Also sheets had hair on them and blanket and new stain that looked like it would come out with a wash, so for us we were fine considering the price but not for the very picky traveler.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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Room Tip: I would not suggest the top floor room if
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Navigate738391 wrote a review Dec 2021
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The surroundings are beautiful. The house and breakfast area are serene. We really enjoyed the details of the house. The breakfast is inspiring. We LOVED it and even felt inspired to try to make our own three-course breakfast. The one caveat I have is that we stayed in the Coyle's Hideout room and noticed that both of us had an allergic reaction within 30m of arriving in the room. This pattern was repeated every time we went outside and then came back into the room. There is something about the room that carries an allergen, unsure which one. So, if you tend to have allergies, maybe book a different room in the house.
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Date of stay: December 2021
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Room Tip: Coyle's Hideout room not great for those with allergies
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Donald R wrote a review Dec 2021
Westminster, Maryland1 contribution
Wonderful B&B in Carlisle. Kim and her team are great! Before we arrived, we received an email saying we had been upgraded to a room with a fireplace due to the room we had booked was just carpeted. Room was nice and comfortable. Breakfast was delicious and the inn was decorated for the holidays. Very pleasant visit.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Traveled
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PRICE RANGE
$145 - $155 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
United StatesPennsylvaniaCarlisle
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast
Which popular attractions are close to Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Nearby attractions include United States Army Heritage and Education Center (USAHEC) (4.4 miles), Dickinson College (3.8 miles), and Cumberland County Historical Society (3.6 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Conveniently located restaurants include 1794 The Whiskey Rebellion, Redds Smokehouse BBQ - Carlisle, and Momma Spriggs Restaurant.
Are pets allowed at Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Fallen Tree Farm Bed and Breakfast?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Dickinson College (3.8 miles) and Old Public Graveyard (3.3 miles).