Weiler Mansion Bed & Breakfast
Situated in a small Amish community, our bed and breakfast offers a country atmosphere and will take you back in time. We've restored our 1830's stone home with many original features preserved and decorated with local antiques and collectables. The bed and breakfast has been featured in a local magazine, fall 2007, Common Ground magazine.
Breakfast on weekends includes a full country breakfast made from local products such as sausage, ham, bacon, potatoes and eggs. I cook and bake with Smart Balance for a no trans fat meal. Included with breakfast will be a sweet dessert such as homemade pies, half moon pies, whoopie pies and coffee cakes. All made from scratch! Coffee, tea and juices are always available too. Weekdays, a continental breakfast is offered at a reduced rate. Evening snack to include homemade cookies everyday!
In the summertime our long front porch with rocking chairs offers a chance to sit back and relax while watching the local Amish buggies travel past. We are very rural, in fact, the road in front of the bnb doesn't even have a center line! At our back are the mountains, which offer a beautiful view in the fall when the leaves have changed colors. A newly completed sun porch offers the chance to sit 'outside' with a panoramic view of the mountains and fields.
We are also a working farm with American Lineback Dairy cattle grazing in the pastures. Everything from baby calves to cows and bulls live on our farm.
If you're coming to attend a Penn State Football Game, we're only 35 minutes from State College and will give you a map to take the short cut that eliminates the congested route 322 over Seven Mountains.
The Juniata College in Huntingdon is only a short 25 minute drive, which is also close to Lake Raystown. At the lake you can enjoy boating and fishing, with several beach and picnic areas also.
We have 2 very nice State Parks nearby which are on the back road to State College. Whipples Dam and Greenwood Furnace State Parks have been recently remodeled and offer beach and picnic areas with swimming in beautiful fresh water lakes.
Our local country roads are great for bike riding and jogging. Just watch out for the horse droppings! A local map can be provided for your trip around the valley. If you are looking for a motorcycle route, we have many local roads that will take you on a trip around the valley and over and around several of our mountains, including Stone Mountain, Jack's Mountain, the Rothrock State Forrest, Licking Creek Mountain, and Black Log Mountain.
If you're a hunter, the mountains listed above have some of the greatest hunting areas in central Pennsylvania. Spend a night with us, have a good breakfast and drive only 15 minutes to your hunting stand. If you'd like to defer breakfast to your evening meal, that can be accomodated and a quick continental breakfast will be provided in the early morning hours.
Our rates will reflect discounts for stays over 7 days. If you're visiting in the valley at relatives and decline breakfast with us, a discount will be given. Call and see how we can make your visit special and accommodating.
Please note we are usually closed during the winter months, January through March and reopen mid-April.
One room with insuite bath; other two rooms share large bath, but also have first floor bath as alternative. Two rooms have queen size beds, the other a full on an antique brass bed. Roll-a-ways provided at additional cost when needed for additional person.
View our website for pictures of our rooms and views around the valley.
Won't you join us for a nights rest? We've LOVE to have YOU!
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This page was last updated: 08 August 2011