Bed and Breakfast
Eby Chiques Road
Hillside Farm Bed & Breakfast is a farm home in a peaceful rural setting featuring a pre-civil war farmhouse (an 1821 farmhouse), barn and other out buildings. Once a dairy farm, Hillside Farm Bed and Breakfast is still surrounded by one of the largest areas of farmland left in Lancaster County which guarantees a healthy measure of rest and relaxation. Half a mile down the road is one of the many Amish farms that dot the area along with a one-room schoolhouse. If you wish, Gary can arrange for you to have dinner with an Amish family with advance notice.
Situated well off the main road, the two-acre grounds are convenient yet secluded enough for a "get away" retreat. The back of the house overlooks Chickies Creek with a view of the mill dam and an old generator house.
all-you-can-eat country breakfast is served family-style every morning. Be sure
to bring your appetite. Snacks are available all afternoon and evening.
Named for the last owners of “HILLSIDE FARM DAIRY”, the Raymond Davis family
The Davis has wall to wall carpet, a queen bed, TV/VCR/DVD a small refrigerator and central a/c. The bath is a full bath with tub and shower. Presently the room sleeps two however, an adjoining room can be opened up with 2 single beds. ($20 per additional person)
Our largest and quietest room, on the third floor, is fast becoming a favorite of couples looking for a romantic getaway on a budget. The room has a raised ceiling with exposed beams, window AC (seasonal), paddle fan and separate heat. This cozy room is furnished with a king bed, love seat (full sleeper), overstuffed rocker and bedroom rocker, fireplace, flat screen TV/VCR/DVD, refrigerator and hotpot. The private bath has no tub, only a shower stall. The Loft can accommodate 3 comfortably.
Rate $125-$145 + tax for 2 per night; $20 for each additional person
The Chicken Coop
Nestled in the middle of beautiful Lancaster County farmland is the Chicken Coop. We invite you to relax in the three-cornered whirlpool tub for two with floor to ceiling windows overlooking the lush green meadows and watch the moon come up over the horse barn. Next to the tub is the gas log fireplace which provides a thoroughly romantic setting, while the plush king bed with hand-made quilt with picket fence headboard beckons you to sink down and ease your stress away.
With a country barn theme, the room has a raised ceiling with exposed original barn beams, two ceiling fans, baseboard hot water heat and is fully air conditioned. A "Country Love" Amish quilt hangs on the main wall of knotty pine barn siding. The bath amenities include a separate toilet room, vanity with an oversized sink and mirror, and a large shower for two. A small wet bar features a sink, microwave, refrigerator and coffeemaker. We provide everything to make coffee or tea and you are welcome to bring food to warm in the microwave.
A piping hot country breakfast may be delivered to you each morning in our picnic basket which you (may be prepared for pickup) can enjoy at the antique kitchen table while you watch the horses frolic in the meadow. Or, if you wish, you can come in to the main inn and enjoy the country, all-you-can-eat breakfast with the rest of the guests in our dining room at 8:30 am.
Weekends and Holidays are a Two-night minimum
Introducing the latest addition
Built in the latter half of 2002, the Stable is the newest guest room at Hillside Farm. It also is designed as a romantic hide-a-way for two and includes all of the same amenities as the Chicken Coop, but does it with a different flair. It has been described as "more masculine" by virtue of the leather furniture and the ceiling-high stone fireplace. The spectacular view of the "neigh"bor's horses appears to bring them right into the room. The Stable is only marginally larger, but the full cathedral ceiling and different layout give the illusion of more roominess.
The Stable contains a king bed, a shower for two, wet bar, refrigerator, microwave, gas fireplace, air conditioner, three- corner whirlpool tub, and entertainment center. This unit incorporates a horse barn theme and is decorated with rich dark colors that contrast with the expansive windows and walls made of natural yellow knotty pine barn siding . The Stable replaces an old shed at the rear of the property once used to house equipment and/or animals in the past. The location provides as much seclusion as any romantic setting could possibly want (the horses won't tell what they see).
The format for breakfast is the same as the Coop; breakfast may be delivered in a picnic basket at 9:00 am and can be enjoyed in the Stable (may be prepared for pickup) or on the large deck outside. A few of our guests choose to eat with our other guests in the dining room of the main Inn at 8:30 am.
Holidays and weekends are a Two-night minimum
Prices listed below are in addition to our advertised room rates.
Please allow a 5 day notice so we can guarantee your request.
Dozen long stemmed Roses
Dinner Certificate to choice of Bubes Brewery or Inn at Greenfield
Room + tax + $190
tax + $160