Blossom Hill Farm
|Rental type||Farmhouse / Barn|
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
|Living space||2600 square feet|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyYes
Description from the owner
Blossom Hill Farm, located on 263 acres, is offered as a vacation rental, wedding accommodations, reunions, celebrations, and retreats. The house has state-of-the-art, stainless steel appliances. It also includes a washer and dryer. It has a fireplace and BBQ grill. The house sleeps 16 guests and has 3 full bathrooms; one wheel chair accessible. Air conditioning is available during the summer months. Its Grand Porch will WOW you and your guests! The porch seats 150 guests and overlooks a fishing pond. One can observe deer, geese and wild turkeys from the Grand Porch.
This is a working farm with 40 head of cattle, apple orchard,...Read more
Blossom Hill Farm
Alum Bank, Pennsylvania
Additional Location Information
Blossom Hill Farm is about 15 miles from Bedford, PA. It is located 2 miles north of Ryot, PA. From Bedford, take 220 north and turn onto Route 56 toward Windber/Johnstown. Get off at Pleasantville and take Route 96 toward Ryot. From Ryot, take Dunkard Hollow Road for two miles. After crossing a small bridge, turn left immediately onto Orchard Road. Blossom Hill Farm is about 1/2 mile up Orchard Road.
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$300||$300 - $415||$2,445||$0||2 nights|
|All Other Dates||$300||$300||$2,445||-||2 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- PA Sales Tax - 6% of rental - Tax
- Refundable Security Deposit - $300 / stay - Security Deposit
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: April 11, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Bhf was the perfect venue for our intimate wedding
A dream come true for us. The house was super clean and maintained. The manager was very helpful. We loved the beautiful scenery and cozy home. What can I say? It was just so perfect! We will surely return next year for our family reunion.
What a wonderful place out in the country. The rocking chairs on the porch were perfect to sit with a glass of wine and watch the clouds roll by and the cows stroll by. The farm house was very clean and had everything that we needed. We will be coming back in the fall! Thank you so much for sharing your place with us. We had dinner at The Union Hotel - a bit of a drive (about 40 minutes) but was absolutley worth it. The food was outstanding!
Response from Wilma Ferguson - 05/21/2011
Thank you, Lori, for your review. We welcome you back in the Fall! Blossom Hill Farm, Management
Family Reunion in the Country
Nearly all members of my immediate family, spanning four generations, came together for several days at the Blossom Hill farm this past week. We had one of the best family gatherings ever, and since getting home we've been sharing photos (online) of the many glorious things that we did together. The house is ideal for a large family. We all had very comfortable beds, and the 3 baths were perfectly laid out and convenient. We spent much of our time on the porch overlooking the meadow, watching families of turkeys pass back and forth as they ate. We hiked up and down the hills, along the ridge, and back and forth to the barn to see kittens. The hike along the ridge is truly spectacular. At one point, we climbed the highest knob along the trail, and the view of ridge after ridge with mist filling the valleys below was breathtaking. Each evening we played family games in the kitchen, which has a large island that everyone can sit around. This was the family "hearth" for us, where we shared corn on the cob, bison burgers (from the nearby bison farm) grilled on the patio, and freshly picked peaches. The house is very well maintained and clean. The owners and the caretakers were wonderfully courteous, kind, and friendly. Looking back on our vacation, my fondest memories are of us all sitting on the large wrap-around porch, which has many rockers and two picnic tables. The porch has ceiling fans, so even when it was hot we were comfortable. We sat there at sunrise and sunset, as well as most of the afternoon and after dark. The children ran around below, blowing bubbles, playing ball, and throwing frisbees. The woodland and pond animal sounds after dark were delightful. Everyone in the family is asking me when we can go back again, and no one wanted to leave!
I'm hoping to go with a smaller group of friends and immediate family in February to ski at nearby Blue Knob, a favorite ski spot. This will give us a chance to try out the fireplace as well.
Response from Wilma Ferguson - 01/26/2011
This is a fantastic review for Blossom Hill Farm. I appreciate Dorothy for taking the time to write it. I will be in touch with her. Wilma Ferguson