Nestled between Belleville and State College Pa and built in 1844, McBurney Manor is a house that has retained it’s over 160-year-old charm and ambience. In making a few modern improvements, the integrity of the house has not been compromised. The rooms are uniquely decorated to accent the antique flavor of the house. A room with a queen-size bed has a lovely fireplace, while twin beds occupy the room across the hall. A newly installed modern bathroom is shared by the guests. The grounds contain a fascinating “bake house” which has a recently restored bake oven from which wonderful aromas of a variety of freshly baked breads permeate the property. Bread from McAlevy Bakery is baked each Tuesday and Friday morning. McBurney Manor is found in the small village of McAlevy’s Fort, PA amidst the beautiful rolling hills of Stone Valley. Greenwood Furnace and Whipples Dam State Parks are just minutes away and Raystown Dam is only 30 minutes to the south. State College, home of the Penn State Nittany Lions is 20 minutes to the north of us and Big Valley, a quaint Amish community, is a 15-minute drive to the east. A visit to McBurney Manor and it surroundings will take you back to a slower pace to help you unwind. A full delicious country breakfast is served each morning. Bake House Gatherings and other special events are available for reservations.
5 on May 10, 2013
Absolutely a wonderful experience in every respect. Breakfast was out of this world, the hosts extremely high quality genuine individuals. We were very sorry to leave and will make this an annual destination and visit. Diana
5 on May 09, 2013
greeted with fresh home made donuts.... iced water at my bedside when i returned home for the evening delicious fresh outstanding breakfast a really nice experience
4.6 on November 26, 2012
Nancy provided a wonderful stay during a business trip to Huntingdon County. I stayed in the twin room which was spacious and comfortable. Electrical upgrades and wifi allowed me to work in the evening and the heat was comfortable in the cooler weather. The bathroom down the hall was renovated nicely and was also very spacious. I especially enjoyed perusing the local artisans gifts and wares in the downstairs rooms and Nancy's tasty and healthy breakfast. I would love to return on a leisure stay to enjoy more of the hearth baked bread that is baked on her property and explore the neat small towns surrounding McBurney Manor.
4.0 on November 06, 2011
We had a absolutely wonderful 3 day stay at the Manor in October. What a beautiful and charming place. The Yoders did everything possible to make our stay enjoyable. McAlevy's Fort is a charming little community, an experience all it's own. Nancy's breakfast was all you would expect from a top-notch B&B. We will deffinately return on our next trip upstate.
5 on September 20, 2011
A friend ans I went to have a time to relax and refresh. That is exactly what we got. The Yoder's treated us like royality. It is in a beautiful area away from the city and the rush of life. We enjoyed it all. Thank you Nancy and Jay!
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Amish Community, Raystown Dam, Penn State University, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Ski area, Vineyard, Winery
Other, Bed and Breakfast, Historic Inn
DVD Player, Internet Service, TV, Telephone
Air conditioning, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, Fireplace, Hairdryer
Jay and Nancy Yoder
Jay is a cabinetmaker. Nancy enjoys people and gardening and admiring the arts.
Main Stay French Toast