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Vogt Farm B&B Description:
We welcome you to Lancaster County and our beautiful farm, with the cows in the meadow. This farm was built by Mennonites in the mid-1800s, and you will find lodging here friendly and accommodating. 2006 is all about food in Lancaster County, and it begins at breakfast.
We have many things to do, places to see and wonderful dining. Take a day trip to Hershey, we are just 20 minutes away and our rooms are as lovely and probably less expensive.
This pastoral setting has been our home since 1972 and we invite you to come and share in its delights. On our farm you will find a few cats at the house and beef cows with calves at their sides grazing in the meadow, along with Herbie, our bull.
We have porch swings for you to relax on as you enjoy the stars and soak up the quiet. A small farm pond is home to ducks that come and go as they will. If you are out early in the morning, you can hear them greet the dawn.
Our 1868 farmhouse was built on 96 acres by Barbara and Samuel Garber, immediately following the Civil War. They were Mennonites whose family owned the adjoining farm. They built the dairy barn at the same time as the house. The west side of the barn was executed in a fancy brick design, and unlike most bank barns, it opens to the north. Our guest rooms are named for people of significance to its past.
At A Glance:
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