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The Carriage House Suite
A Weatherbury Farm Stay Suite in the Livery 

 

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"We're staying in the Carriage House, one of three two-story suites in the newly renovated guest barn that's perfect for the four of us. First is a living room with two sleeper sofas, a gas fireplace and plenty of running-around room. Up in the old hayloft area, the bedroom boasts one queen and one single bed -- which our three-year old immediately claims as her 'big-girl farm bed' -- covered in charming, worn-soft lines of red-and-cream ticking and Laura Ashley florals. An ancient trunk hold extra pillows and blankets, while the bathroom has a real claw foot tub and a pull-chain toilet (a big winner with our recently potty-trained preschooler)." 

Tracy Thompson / Pursuits Magazine Summer 2005

 

Downstairs Living Room (with two sleeper sofas)

Upstairs Bedroom

Bath

 

The Carriage House may have been an early addition to the Livery as its interior downstairs' wall (as it stood originally in nearby Washington, PA) was sided in clapboards. The large outside sliding door suggests that it may have been a carriage house. Certainly, in later life, it did serve as a garage for the farm family.

The downstairs living room is the largest of the three suites and  with its red walls and white trim provides a perfect background to display oriental furniture, art and souvenirs the Tudors have collected on their travels. The 2 inch thick oak planks, joists and beams are original.  Two full sleeper sofas  provide additional sleeping accommodations.

The upstairs bedroom, with sunny white walls and red trim, has a cathedral ceiling, rising 18 feet. There is a queen jenny lind bed  with red toile bed linens and a twin bed. The floors are the original yellow pine flooring from the hayloft. The bedroom opens onto a deck over-looking the pasture.

The bathroom (also on the 2nd floor) has old fashioned clawfoot tub with a shower and pull-chain toilet.

Sleeps 7. (3 adults max)
Upstairs in bedroom: 1 queen bed, 1 twin bed
Downstairs in living room: 2 full sleeper sofas.

The Carriage House has individually controlled air conditioning with ceiling fans. Heating is provided by the gas burning fireplace downstairs; there is also an upstairs wall heating unit. There is a small refrigerator in the living room for guests' use.

Check out details our policies  and see what our guests are saying about their stays at Weatherbury Farm.
 
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As we are farming twice as much acreage as we did several years ago, we have had to change our farm stay format. In 2015, Weatherbury Farm will offer two types of farm stay opportunities:

1.  Traditional Bed and Breakfast with continental breakfast with the opportunity to enjoy life on the farm and/or explore the countryside will be offered on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.  There is a two night minimum. There will not be any morning chores.

2. Farm experience stays (on select Friday and Saturday nights). with a hearty farm fresh breakfast followed by morning chores. Families visiting the farm for our farm experience are invited to participate in our Weatherbury Farm Kids Program. Our educational farm experience stay is appropriate for adults and children (usually 8 & older) who want to learn more about farming and agriculture. The emphasis will be on the organic and sustainable production methods used at Weatherbury Farm.

Reservations deposit and final payment will be by cash or check.  We do not accept credit cards.

                                                                                                                                       

Rate schedule -- Farm Bed and Breakfast

# in party 2 night stay
Family of 2 $369.60
Family of 3 $390.90
Family of 4 $412.20
Family of 5 $433.50
Family of 6 $454.80
Family of 7 $476.10
Sleeps 7 (3 adults max) Upstairs in bedroom: 1 queen bed, 1 twin bed: Downstairs in living room: 2 full sleeper sofas.

 

Rate schedule -- Farm Experience
# in party 2 night stay
Family of 2 $472.44
Family of 3 $545.16
Family of 4 $617.88
Family of 5 $690.60
Family of 6 $763.32
Family of 7 $836.04
Sleeps 7 (3 adults max) Upstairs in bedroom: 1 queen bed, 1 twin bed: Downstairs in living room: 2 full sleeper sofas.

 

Rates include farm activities, lodging, breakfast & taxes.
 
Bed and Breakfast stays include a continental breakfast and the opportunity to enjoy life on the farm and/or exploring the countryside. 
There are no chores.

Farm Experience Stays (available on select Friday & Saturday nights) include a farm fresh breakfast, participation in the Weatherbury Farm Kid's Program and morning chores.

Checks and/or cash are accepted for the reservation deposit and final payment. We do not accept credit cards.
 
Children of all ages are welcome and are included in "# in party"

Multi-night rates do not include daily housekeeping.

 

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Weatherbury Farm
1061 Sugar Run Road
Avella, Pennsylvania 15312

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a kid friendly family farm stay vacation destination; far from the madding crowd, in the country, just 45 minutes southwest of Pittsburgh, PA -- fun & educational

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