The house was built in 1743, a civil war historical building, and rests on the Mason-Dixon line with a portion of the house in Maryland and the other portion in Pennsylvania. We were absolutely fascinated at the idea of sleeping in Maryland and using the 'facilities' in Pennsylvania-I would bet there is no other place where you can experience this. The house is beautifully restored in the civil war era and our gratitude is owed to Mary Waybright for her love of the home and the dedication of her family to its restoration. Please visit their website for the full history of the home - http://mary-pennbb.com/history.html
We truly enjoyed Bea's wonderful breakfasts and the company of herself, husband and grandson- Tyree...what a truly wonderful family. We highly recommend visiting their B&B for a quite and relaxing visit. It is the only B&B that we have felt truly welcomed as Bea and David do not stay in the home. You truly are free to access all areas of the home- it is sort of like buying a new home, the excitement but without the mortgage!
We plan to become regulars and bring our children next visit. By far the best B&B experience ever!
~Weekend Guests from 8/12 - 8/14/2011