Furnace Hills Bed and Breakfast is a cozy log home secluded on eight wooded acres in the Furnace Hills of Northern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Here you can be "away from it all" yet be just minutes from all of the attractions in Lancaster, Lebanon, Berks, and Dauphin counties.
4.4 on July 02, 2014
A lovely place to stay. Clean, relaxing, simple and comfortable. The host family were very welcoming and kind.Upon arrival we were greeted by their very large, but gentle and so sweet dog, Angus. The location is just beautiful, quiet and surrounded by woods. We traveled with another couple and stayed 2 nights. We went to the Moses production at Sight and Sound (only a 30 minute drive) Friday evening and spent Saturday in Lititz. A lovely town just 10-15 minutes away, where we shopped, had lunch at the Tomato Pie Cafe (awesome!) and had a great day. Breakfast at the B&B was a family affair and were plentiful and delicious! The baked oatmeal was amazing and Liz shared the recipe. The breakfast sausage and bacon were also both just delicious. We truly enjoyed our stay and I speak for both my husband and I and our friends.Would recommend this place to anyone!
5 on October 22, 2013
My mother and I have never stayed at a bed and breakfast before but I think no other place will be able to compete with Furnace Hills. Liz and her whole family made us feel right at home. The setting is absolutely gorgeous. Liz made the most delicious breakfasts. I was sad to be eating a bowl of cereal for breakfast when I got home! I can't stop talking about this incredible place. I am definitely staying here from now on for all of my trips to Lancaster!
5 on June 01, 2013
A thoroughly wonderful weekend getaway. Liz, Ben & their girls were absolutely delightful. The facilities were beautiful- nature setting- quiet, very clean and homey. The breakfasts were amazing- everything homemade & delicious. We would definitely visit again and would recommend it. They treated us like family & we appreciated their hospitality & the extra little touches.(fresh baked cookies & fresh brewed coffee.) God bless the Ehrhart family! Hope to see you soon. Ken & Chris from Virginia
5 on April 22, 2013
This bed breakfast was one of the best places we have stayed at. Liz and her family made us feel very welcome. The breakfast was nothing short of great, everything was home made. There is a outdoor hot tub which is a good end of the day treat. Liz and Ben went to great lengths to make this bed and breakfast a home from homemade cookies, to chocolates. My wife and I are planning to come back annually.
5 on February 05, 2013
I booked a very impromptu get away night for my husband and I at Furnace Hills and we were not disappointed. I got sick at dinner (24-hour bug) and couldn't enjoy breakfast Saturday morning but Liz graciously made me a to go bag. The dried beef casserole is AMAZING! The lodge is at a great location, secluded yet close to some small towns good for antiquing. For dinner Kyma is a great seafood restaurant.
5 on November 17, 2012
This wonderful family will warmly invite you into there B & B family style cabin you'll feel right at home. You'll leave with new friends and you'll want to come back soon. Each room has it's own stair way and door outside so, you come and go as you wish. LIz will accommodate breakfast to your daily plans, breakfasts are very fresh & healthy and so yummy! she made some ginger pancakes & homemade granola, apple cider! Liz will accommodate dietary needs. one more thing, you'll never leave breakfast hungry! Liz will treat you with a servants heart and you'll be blessed & delighted with conversations with there children in the morning. You'll love Angus he's a wonderful gentle big bear. (the dog) Everything was clean & fresh! The sheets will cuddle you with softness & warmth for a good nights rest. I loved this family & there B & B jewel in the woods! Sherry W
5 on October 24, 2012
Ben and Liz have a true getaway. The B&B it's self is awesome and very well kept, the rooms are meticulously kept. My GPS gave up on Girl Scout Road, telling us to park our car and walk to the destination, so print off the written directions on the web site to make it easier to find. Liz does a fantastic job with breakfast, no two were alike. Everything was local and fresh, especially the eggs, which are from her free range chickens. The best part about each day was the conversations around the breakfast table, such awsome fellowship! We loved everything about Furnace Hills B&B. The hospitality here is unmatched anywhere! We are already making plans to go back next fall. Mike & Sherry Wilsbach
5 on January 10, 2012
My wife and i just spent our 6 year anniversary at Furnace Hills BnB. The rooms where nice and the setting in the woods was great. We were welcomed by Liz (and her family) upon arrival. Liz went out of her way to make our Anniversary special. We came Thursday night for a long weekend. Enjoying the hot tub on the deck under a full moon was clearly a highlight for us. The whole weekend was just what we wanted, and a good change of pace for us. The breakfast was amazing, and she accommodated my wife's special diet needs. Also don't forget to take advantage of Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area, which is within walking or short driving distance. Thanks again Liz ...Ryan (and Jen)
5 on October 26, 2011
This is truly a gem hidden in the hills -- a beautiful cabin sitting down in tall woods. We spent 2 days there mid-week. The evening we arrived it was pouring, and had been all day, so we spent the evening there at the cabin. Ben, Liz and a few others from their church were having a Bible study that evening and graciously allowed us to join in. What a precious time that was! It meant as much to us as touring the nearby Amish country and businesses the following two days. Ben, Liz, Becca, Joanna & Angus made us feel right at home, with warm, welcoming hospitality, as all B&B's should be. Special breakfasts (for which she even sent the recipes), and the girls actually remembered the next day that it was my birthday, singing to me and all. We both loved talking with Liz, and had fun interacting with the girls in the evening. If you are visiting anywhere near here, or just passing through and need a great place to stay, definitely consider Furnace Hills B&B. You will be every bit as pleased as we were. Thank you again, Ben & Liz!
5 on October 04, 2011
We cannot put into words how this beautiful retreat from the busyness of life ministered to us. We brought along some dear friends who had never stayed at a B&B. (We should never have done that...for they will expect the same everywhere else!!) The ultra clean rooms, the well lit and appointed 3/4 bathroom, little nooks where one can sip coffee and read, or watch tv on a rocker/recliner(too early for the woodstove)and the awesome breakfasts bring all the comforts and an atmosphere to rest and recover. Ben and Liz ooze joy as they "work" together to make you feel at home. We felt like part of their family. We stayed 3 nights and had to pull ourselves away to head back to Vermont!!! We would love to go back in Winter, Spring and MidSummer!! Thank you, guys. We are spreading the word around here!!
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 40 miles
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Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Historical interests, Lake, Movie Theater, Museum, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, DVD Player, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Library, Piano, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos , Electric Fireplace in Room
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Private entrance, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bird watching, Canoeing, Fishing, Hiking trails, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Ben and Liz Ehrhart
Your hosts enjoy hiking, kayaking, biking, hunting, or anything outdoors. Ben is a wrestling coach, and Liz enjoys playing basketball.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian , vegan, gluten free
Caramel French Toast Bake
A favorite Lancaster County breakfast dish!