Open-air glamping loft in the barn. Cabana curtains, electric blankets, propane foot warmer for spring comfort. Stays fund our rescue horses & preservation programs. Free firewood. Pondside firepit. Private toilet. Exclusive 24/7 view of horses, goats & poultry. Gardens, fishing pond, + farm, goat & horse activities. Fresh eggs & produce. Near Ricketts Glen, World
Open-air glamping loft in the barn. Cabana curtains, electric blankets, propane foot warmer for spring comfort. Stays fund our rescue horses & preservation programs. Free firewood. Pondside firepit. Private toilet. Exclusive 24/7 view of horses, goats & poultry. Gardens, fishing pond, + farm, goat & horse activities. Fresh eggs & produce. Near Ricketts Glen, Worlds End, Frances Slocum and Knoebel's Grove. 2 hrs to Hershey, 3 hrs to Lancaster, Philadelphia & New York City. No pets. Double bed, cot, sofa bed.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Lakes within half hour drive.
Catch and release pond on site (bass and bluegill) plus many local waterways and lakes.
2 miles of on-site trails. Many local state parks.
Riding lessons for guests staying multiple days. Horse experiences for all guests.
Lakes within half hour drive
Snowmobile trails and skiing within a half hour drive.
Nearby public beaches and swimming at state parks.
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Absolutely an amazing experience. It was one of the most unique/cool things I’ve done in long while. It’s on a legitimate farm, so expect your typical barn animal noises. The pond was amazing, had a fire next to the water. Definitely coming back again, Carrie was a great host.
Was an amazing holiday getaway.
The wife and i were hoping to get away for the holiday weekend, we both agreed on staying at the loft.. and the weekend would have only been better had the fish been more cooperative 🙂.. the loft is at it says.. an open air loft in a barn, the loft offers places to sit and sleep , also for your use is the mini fridge microwave toaster oven and toaster with a rather very nice ice box off to the side.. a tv with dvd player is also there with a couple dozen movies that you can roll into the bed area, with has a nice mosquito net which was a nice touch. So weather permitting you can make your meals at the camp fire site by the pond or inside .. we did both many times over. The interactions with the animals made our stay so much better than we could have imagined, would definitely recommend the walk with horses. Carrie and her husband Khalil were very welcoming and patient with us, they were very knowledgeable and answered so many of our questions along with Dave who happened to be there was also very helpful and patient. The added outside shower was awesome and felt great. We will definitely be making another trip or several back to revisit this interesting getaway. It is a working farm so Carrie and Khalil are almost always busy on a project as farming is one of the most demanding jobs you can take on, but they do make the time to chat with you and share their knowledge about what it is that they do there. We thank them for a wonderful weekend getaway.. and a plus for the duck and chicken eggs we left with😁.
The best covid-escape on the east c
Barakah Heritage Farm is a truly amazing experience! If you live anywhere within driving distance -- especially Philadelphia and NYC -- and are longing for an escape, this is the place to go! Absolutely wonderful stay!
A must for nature/animal lovers!
Barakah Heritage Farm exceeded our expectations and we look forward to returning in the Spring.
The loft is cozy! I don’t mean “cozy” as in small either. It felt more roomy than in the photos. The mattress is very comfortable and we were supplied enough blankets to warm us through a 36 degree night. (The electric blanket is a nice touch!) As for the kitchen/dining area there is a thoughtful selection of appliances for warming up meals, a coffee maker with all of the fixings, bottled water, can openers and cutlery, plenty of hand sanitizer, cleaning products for this new covid era.
A sitting area and a dining table with 6 chairs is also provided which helps to make you feel at home and accommodated.
We were curious as to how well we would sleep with the animals resting just below the loft and to my surprise, it was very still and quiet. The animals awake and farm work begins shortly after sunrise.
To catch a glimpse of the hard work and devotion, as well as the playful moments of animal/human exchanges, truly shines a light on how precious life is. And doing so while surrounded by a ridge, a pond and a thick forest is delightful!
Carrie is continuing to develop a very special place that shows to us the rewards of respecting the land and what it has to offer.
We can’t wait to see what else becomes of Barakah!
With much appreciation,