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The Farmhouse

Hideaway Hollow, Imler, Bedford County, PAThe first option is our 1830’s farmhouse. It sleeps 8-10 people with 4 bedrooms, a futon couch in the living room and 1.5 baths. The back porch looks toward the rising sun and is a favorite early morning spot for our guests.  Shading the patio behind the spring house is a 75- year old maple tree. This is a great spot to roast hot dogs over an open fire after dark. Our 4-person hot tub is a huge success with our skiers after a long day on the slopes at Blue Knob.

Hideaway Hollow, Imler, Bedford County, PA
Inside the updated farmhouse, the architecture of that period still remains to show the trends of the day with hand hewn beams and wooden pegs in the hand dug basement. There’s an eat-in kitchen and full dining room, one full bath on the first floor and a ½ bath on the second floor. The upstairs offers two bedrooms with queen size beds and two “walk through” bedrooms with full size beds.

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The Farmhouse
Per NIght
Per Week
1-2 People
3-6 People
6 + 15.00 per night for each additional guest up to 8 guests at the farmhouse. Holiday rates may apply for all holidays.
8% tax is added.  

  • Holiday rates may apply for holidays.

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Inside Amenities

Inside Amenities
The Farmhouse
Bedrooms 4
Bathrooms 1.5
Beds 4
Futon or Pullout couch No
Bed Linens Yes
Microwave Yes
Toaster Yes
Stove and Refrigerator Yes
Dish washer No
Washer/dryer Yes
Telephone and free local calls Yes
TV 1
DVD player Yes
Wireless internet/high speed Yes
CD player and radio Yes
Dish Network(TV)Satellite Yes
Alarm clock Yes
Towels Yes
Smoke free Yes
Central Air Yes
Ceiling fans Yes
Heat Oil Forced Air
Pots/Pans/Place Settings Yes
Kitchen seating 10
Books Yes

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Outside Amenities

Close to Blue Knob Mountain, PA State Game Lands, Bob’s Creek and King Valley Golf Course

Outside Amenities
The Farmhouse
Hiking Yes
Outdoor hot tub Yes
Grill and fire ring/wood supplied Yes
Mountain pie irons Yes
Hills provided for snow-shoeing and sledding Yes
Hot dog sticks Yes
Horseshoes Yes
Picnic table Yes
Patio furniture Yes

Four-wheel drive recommended December to March  

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