Countís Room, named for Count Nicolaus Ludwig Von Zinzendorf
of Saxony, Germany, the leader of the Moravian Church. He stayed
overnight here after meeting with the local farmers, sharing the
vision he had of starting a mission to the Indians in the area.
Count's Room has a king size bed. This room is now only available as a suite with Christian's Room and has a shared bath with Christian's Room.
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History of the Count
Room has a queen size bed and a private bath in the room. This room is our smallest room.
Jacob Huber, who bought the original land from Wm Pennís heirs,
built the Tavern, started the nearby Elizabeth Furnace. Jacob Erb,
took over the property from his father, farmed, ran the distillery
and was a PA State Legislator from 1834 to 1837, was also called
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History of Jacob Huber
Christianís Room is named after the 3 Christianís that lived here:
Christian Erb, the father of Jacob and husband to Anna, owned this
house in the early 1800ís, farmed and ran the distillery. They were
of the Mennonite faith. Christian Snyder, who bought the house and
farm from Jacob Erb in 1850, was the husband to Barbara and father
to 5 sons and 2 daughters. Christian Snyder, the son of Christian
and Barbara, the husband to Susan, took over the farm from his father.
Christians's Room has a king size bed and a private bath. The Count's Room can be booked with this room as a suite.
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History of Christian Erb
Barbaraís Room is named after the 4 Barbaraís that lived here:
Barbara B. Snyder was the wife of Christian Snyder. Barbara Ann Snyder, was the daughter of Christian and Barbara B. Snyder. Barbara Ann Hershey Becker was the wife of Henry Richard Hershey, mother of 5 daughters and 1 son and lived on the farm from 1947 to 1993. Barbara Sue Hershey, daughter of H. Richard and Barbara Ann Hershey, was raised on the farm. This room has been restored and is now available. It has a private bath, a king bed and an electric fireplace.
Historical Paintings have been found in this Room - (NOTE: because of the many images, this loads slowly)
Reception Room is a quiet place to relax and read a book. The hardwood floors and the original open stairway enhance this room.
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Dining Room, you'll be enjoying a delicious breakfast seated at the beautiful Amish built extension table.
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To keep Forgotten Seasons an " authentic experience" we do not have internet access or television in the bed and breakfast.