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Our favorite B&B in the Lancaster area. Have stayed here many times. Our last stay here was just as good as the others. You can stay on the farm or at the house. Both offer very nice rooms. Joyce always makes a delicious breakfast!! They...More
My 6 and 14 year old daughters always enjoy our stay here! There was a transitional period of time after they sold their cows, but we still thoroughly enjoyed running and playing on the land, the large children’s playhouse the owners built outside, the swingset,...More
Joyce and Mel are excellent hosts and go above and beyond to make sure your stay will be pleasant. They made the arrangements for us to have dinner with an Amish family, made recommendations about all the activities and attractions in the area.
Date of stay: August 2018
Thank Dror C
Response from Joyce L, Owner at Eby Farm Bed & BreakfastResponded August 27, 2018
We are grateful to our guests for their patience as we worked through the transition of selling the cows. We realize after all those 50 years of feeding baby calves and milking a cow, our guests still have the same requests. Many of you are...More
Let me start off by saying Joyce is one of the most wonderful people I ever met. I went here with my 2 kids and she showed us crops, brought us to milk cows, showed my daughter her prize winning plants (and gave her a...More
When we arrived, we pulled up to a house without a farm and zero animals. I was VERY confused and asked Joyce where the animals were and where the kids would do the morning chores and such. She told us that they sold their animals...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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