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Dayze Gone Bye Guest House

Entire house hosted by Tara
7 guests2 bedrooms3 beds1 bath
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Our 160 year old home is located in the middle of Amish country & decorated with relics of days gone by. You'll find 2 bedrooms upstairs and a futon in 1 of the 2 downstairs living rooms, sleeps 6 comfortably. A fully equipped kitchen, private wifi, towels, linens included. Two porches to relax & watch the Amish buggies going by. Our Dayze Gone Bye Carriage Rides business is next door & available for scenic tour, enjoy our animals or sit by the creek.
Milk, juice, coffee & snacks provided.

The space
There are antiques and collectables throughout the home. The master bedroom has an Amish made quilt on the bed and a spinning wheel sits in the one corner. Second bedroom has matching hand made comforters. The bathroom upstairs includes a shower with lots of hot water, towels, soaps, shampoo. The kitchen is fully equipped and you have an independent wifi for those who need to work while on vacation. There are 2 porches, 1 with a wooden swing and table and chairs to sit and enjoy the scenery. The 2nd gives you a terrific view of Water Street where you can sit on white wicker furniture while you enjoy the horses and buggies clip-clopping by.

Guest access
Located 32 miles from Penn State, 8 from Greenwood Furnace 16 from Raystown Lake.
You reserve the whole house which has 2 bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs, 1 bedroom downstairs if needed or use it as a sitting room, a comfortable living room with coach, recliner & other chairs, artificial fireplace, fully equipped kitchen with stove, refrigerator, microwave, table & chairs, dishes, silverware and cookware. The foyer has an electric organ and access to the front porch. Off street parking beside the house and plenty of room if you have a boat or multiple vehicles. You have access to our barn and animals. Sit by the creek, enjoy the waterfalls, the walk bridge, even the tree across the creek. Step back in time and come enjoy a bygone era at Dayze Gone bye!

Other things to note
We are 32 miles from Penn State, State College, easy access from route 655 to either route 305 or 322. Route 305 is a rural and over the mountain and 322 is a 4 lane highway.

Recreational places nearby:

Greenwood Furnace State Park 15 miles.

Raystown Lake - 20 miles

Thousand Steps 10 miles - Jacks Mountain is home to the famous "Thousand Steps" which are part of the National Heritage Trail. Jacks Mountain at 2,321 feet is quite a large mountain, especially for Pennsylvania. Also, when you consider that the base to summit elevation gain is 1,715 feet, you'll understand that you've got quite a hoof ahead of you. Jacks Mountain is located in PA's central mountain region, also known as the main range of the Appalachians. This

Belleville flea market - 7 miles on Wednesdays a must see experience. There you can see the 3 different sects of Amish that live in our beautiful Valley. You can buy new and used items here plus watch them sell all types of animals from goats, sheep, pigs, cows, horses, rabbits, chickens and the list goes on. It's best to arrive early around 8 a.m. because it starts winding down around 1 p.m.
Our 160 year old home is located in the middle of Amish country & decorated with relics of days gone by. You'll find 2 bedrooms upstairs and a futon in 1 of the 2 downstairs living rooms, sleeps 6 comfortably. A fully equipped kitchen, private wifi, towels, linens included. Two porches to relax & watch the Amish buggies going by. Our Dayze Gone Bye Carriage Rides business is next door & available for scenic tour,… read more

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed
Bedroom 2
1 double bed, 1 single bed
Common spaces
2 couches

Amenities

Kitchen
Free parking on premises
Indoor fireplace
Air conditioning
Wifi
Heating
Smoke alarm
Carbon monoxide alarm
Essentials
Hangers

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Allensville, Pennsylvania, United States

The town of Allensville is like stepping into a country magazine & is mostly Amish & Mennonite. It's a small quaint town that takes you back in time 100 years. There are Amish owned craft shops and businesses within 2 miles of the guest house. They are open Monday through Saturdays and close around 4 p.m., they are closed on Sundays. If you want to see the Amish Wednesdays and Sundays are the busiest times with horses and buggies going past the house. When you visit, you won't want to leave!
The town of Allensville is like stepping into a country magazine & is mostly Amish & Mennonite. It's a small quaint town that takes you back in time 100 years. There are Amish owned craft shops and businesses…

Hosted by Tara

Joined in July 2014
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Happily married wife & mother. I enjoy sharing the beauty of our "Big Valley" through my hobby, photography. Check out our carriage (Email hidden by Airbnb) and see us on (Hidden by Airbnb) Dayze Gone Bye.
During your stay
During the months of March & April our guest receive a free horse & carriage tour of our town (20 minute ride) with our Amish buggy or open spring wagon. We are considered experts in the Amish culture of Big Valley since we have many Amish and ex-Amish friends. We can offer you Amish country tours by horse & carriage, a sleigh ride, weather permitting or a romantic excursion in our romantic Vis-a-vis carriage. If desired, we'll share with you the customs of "Big Valley". You can visit our barnyard family & sit by the creek or just take a lovely stroll through our town that time forgot, days gone by.
During the months of March & April our guest receive a free horse & carriage tour of our town (20 minute ride) with our Amish buggy or open spring wagon. We are considered experts…
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House rules
Check-in: After 2:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Self check-in with lockbox
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events
Long term stays (28 days or more) are allowed
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