Folk Music At

Weatherbury Farm

Lodging & Dining @ Folk Music on the Farm

2010 Rates

 

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Lodging:

"...and I can't think of a better rural environment to get
away from it all, revitalize the senses and gather inspiration to
practice one's instrument."
Rick M of Maryland as posted on cyberpluckers

 


Weatherbury Farm offers on-site lodging in a cluster of historic buildings. Three two story suites and two rooms are available. All suites and rooms have ensuite bathrooms with clawfoot tub and shower. Lodging reservations are taken on a first come/first served basis.

Lodging rates are listed in chart below. Non-playing family and friends are welcome (Saturday lunch for non-workshop attendees is optional @ $10).

 

Children must be supervised at all times. If you are interested in sharing a room/suite with another class member, please let us know -- and we will match you with a roommate, if available.

 

Summer Kitchen Rooms -- 2 Night Weekend 2010 Rate
 

1 Person $215.52
2 People $244.64
($122.34/each person)


Livery Suites -- 2 Night Weekend 2010 Rate

1 Person $294.00
2 People $323.12
($161.56/each person)
3 People $352.26
($117.42/each person)


 

 

Check-in is 4:00PM on1st date of class, check-out is 11:00 AM on last day of class.

 


 

 

 


Description of Lodging Accommodations

(click here for more greater detail and pictures of accommodations)

 


Summer Kitchen Rooms

Sariah's Kitchen 1st floor. Walk-in fireplace (non-working). Original beaded board paneling. Tall queen Victorian bed & sleeper sofa. Shades of mauve. En suite bath with clawfoot tub/shower.
1 queen bed, 1 sleeper sofa.
Mother's Sewing Room Tucked under the tin roof. Blue sponge painted walls.  En suite bath with clawfoot tub/shower.
2 twin beds


Livery Suites


Suite Details: Downstairs living rooms have original 2 inch oak planks, joists and beams. Heated by gas burning fireplace.  

Upstairs bedroom has a cathedral ceiling, rising 20 feet. The floors are the original yellow pine flooring from the hayloft. The bedroom opens onto a deck over-looking the pasture.

Bathrooms (also on the 2nd floor) have old fashioned clawfoot tub with a shower and pull-chain toilets.

The Carriage House Suite Soothing red living room; sunny white bedroom with red trim. Oriental theme throughout. Upstairs bedroom and en suite bath with clawfoot tub/shower.

 Upstairs - twin & queen jenny lind beds. Downstairs - 2 sleeper sofas
The Mews Suite Garden themed rooms with sunny white walls and white trim. Upstairs bedroom and en suite bath with clawfoot tub/shower.

Jenny lind queen & daybed (full) upstairs. Murphy bed & sleeper sofa downstairs
The Stables Suite Navy living room with sleeper sofa. Pineapple stencil above navy chair rail upstairs. Upstairs bedroom and en suite bath with clawfoot tub/shower.

 Upstairs - twin & queen pineapple beds. Downstairs - sleeper sofa

 

 

 

Dining:

 

The hall in the Livery provides the setting for breakfast and lunch.

 

Breakfast is included in the lodging package price.

 

Lunch  is included in the course tuition.
        The weekend course tuition includes lunch on Saturday
        Saturday lunch for non-workshop participants is optional @ $10.
 

 

Supper: Students are on their own for supper -- they may wish to sample the local cuisine at the nearby restaurants (& most national restaurant chains are located in nearby Washington, PA), order in or even cook on the farm's grill! (A microwave is also available.) Suites and rooms have refrigerators for student's use. Saturday evening there is usually a potluck dinner, followed by a jam and/or concert.

 

 

 

 

Spring 2010 Workshops:     Bill Schilling  
 

Workshops by Instrument        Spring 2010 Workshop Schedule 

Home         Lodging & Dining         Workshop Costs & Registration         Registration Form
Reviews       Contact Us

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Weatherbury Farm Vacation
1061 Sugar Run Road
Avella, Pennsylvania 15312

Autoharp, Mountain Dulcimer, Hammered Dulcimer, Clawhammer Banjo, Bowed Psaltry  Workshops and Concerts. 
Mountain Dulcimer is also known as an Appalachian dulcimer, lap dulcimer or fretted dulcimer.
Some folks call Hammered Dulcimers Hammer Dulcimers
(724) 587-3763 (Dale or Marcy Tudor; location questions)
(330) 332-4420 (Bill Schilling, music questions)


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