Featured in Country Inns Magazine, this 1814 stone farmhouse overlooks a large pond on 150 acres of farmland. True elegance in a country setting, the large guest rooms have been furnished with early American and Victorian furniture. The property is very quiet with large picture windows overlooking the pond and farm. A full gourmet country breakfast, hosts who love to assist guests, and plenty of room to take walks, will make your stay memorable.
The Washington Room takes a step back into the elegant past, Queen size canopy bed, Queen Ann vanity, wing back chairs and a classy unique bathroom.
Nightly Rate: $89-$139
The Lincoln Room, honestly country at it's best, with Queen size pencil post tester bed, farm table, comfortable wing back chairs for relaxing or reading and a country bathroom.
Nightly Rate: $89-$140
The Princess Room is romantically lavished with lace, with a queen-size canopy bed, Victorian marble top dresser and washstand and two comfortable Victorian chairs, a private bath with antique vanity.
Nightly Rate: $89-$140
The Garden Room is charming with an antique queen size iron & brass bed, armoire, 2 quilted chairs for relaxing, private bath with a classy French marble top console vanity with brass sink.
Nightly Rate: $89-$130
5 on May 24, 2013
Breakfast was "to die for." The grounds and home are attractive and pleasant. Cheryl was informative about the area and provided helpful suggestions. Would definitely recommend.
5 on August 05, 2012
We were looking for a nice place to stay for the weekend and it turned out to be the perfect place to be. The host are simply great people. The room was great and breakfast was delicious! It would be hard to find a better place. We will definitely stay here again. Dave and Becky
4.4 on July 07, 2012
Clearview Farm is a wonderful B&B run by a lovely couple. My wife and I enjoyed our weekend getaway by browsing the nearby towns and attractions. We recommend this B&B highly.
5 on October 13, 2010
My husband and I stayed at the Clearview Farm while visiting the area for antiquing. Our room was very clean and comfortable. The innkeepers were very gracious and we would love to go back! I highly recommend this inn to anyone staying in the area.
5 on August 11, 2010
This is an outstanding b&b. The photo does not do justice to how attractive this nearly 200 year old stone home is and the interior is just as good. It's enough out in the country that, while you can see traffic, it is not near enough to intrude. The breakfast was very satisfying (and great coffee!). The Washington room was beautiful with exposed stone walls and a private bath. This was a superior experience - my wife and I highly recommend it.
5 on August 08, 2010
The trip to Clearview Farm Bed and Breakfast was wonderful. Arriving there we were greeted by Cheryl Wissler. Made to feel at home the moment we entered their door. The decor was simply stunning, it made you feel as you entered another time. Our room and private bath was beautiful and very comfortable. The pond in front of the home was a major draw for us as we both enjoy fishing. Both of us caught fish! Service was wonderful. Cheryl and her son were of great help to both of us. Worth every penny, we can't wait to go back in the fall. Dot & Larry
4.6 on July 07, 2009
I stayed here for a night a couple of weeks ago, and thoroughly enjoyed it. The place is beautiful. The rooms are gorgeous, but my favorite part was sitting out on a large lawn in the evening, looking through the trees to a lake, with the cornfields in the distance, while the fireflies flashed around me. I recommend this B&B wholeheartedly.
5 on November 05, 2008
This was our first time at a B&B and the house, service, and owners were all wonderful! The house was very clean and decorated magnificently. The owners were gracious. the breakfast wonderful. relaxing and peaceful!
4.6 on October 30, 2008
We stayed at the Clearview over Labor Day weekend and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Cheryl & Barry are wonderful hosts - they are very friendly and warm. They were also very helpful in telling us about the area. The breakfasts (we had 3) were delicious and plentiful. Thanks again!
3.4 on October 17, 2008
I found the house and room to be very clean and well-tended to. The host was there when we arrived and provided us with restaurant recommendations as well as a map to get there. The breakfasts were okay. They are served in a family style at the dining room table. The coffee cake was delicious. I was a little disappointed when we first pulled up. The pictures give the impression that the house is set off by itself, but is right next to the road. The road isn't that busy and it is a quiet place to come back to, and although we didn't have the time, I could see sitting on their porch or lawn and wiling away the time. We had an awesome time doing an Amish buggy ride, and we went into Lancaster several times for dining and activities. If your principal purpose is to be in Lancaster, it's a bit of a trek from the B&B. All in all, it is an adequate place to stay. I wasn't bowled over, but it is clean and quiet.
We assume that this guest meant to say that breakfast was served at a dinning table with other guests, because we have never served family style where the food is passed. Each guest is always given their own dish of fresh fruit and then for the main course each are given a carefully presented dinner plate of their own with either eggs benedict, crepes with berries, or egg quiche or souffle; all served with bacon or ham.
Overlooking pond, Situated on 100 acres of farmland, Countryside
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 45 miles
Hairrisburg & Philadelphia
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Nature area, Renaissance Fair, Amish Country, Hershey Park, Bike Riding, Dinner with an Amish Family, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Computer, Copier, Fireplace, Internet Service, Satellite/Cable TV , Large Porch for relaxing, Fishing Pond, Dinner with Amish Family by reservation, Bike Riding paths nearby
Air conditioning, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Antiques, Amish, Pennsulvania Dutch, Wildlife Preserve, Hershey Chocolate World, Renaissance Fair, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming pool, Tennis courts
, Amish Family Dinner
Ham and Egg soufflé
Country smoked ham rolled in an egg soufflé with gourmet cheese sauce served with a breakfast Potato Au Graten square, garnished with tomato and kale. All our breakfasts are served with fresh fruit, a selection of muffins and of course our fresh ground coffee or tea.