Crampton Manor Bed and Breakfast
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Witness for yourself the tranquility of country life in rural Pennsylvania at Crampton Manor in Fulton County, PA. You are sure to enjoy the solitude of this B&B located in a peaceful wooded setting. Escape to a private mountain retreat for two nestled on 100 breathtaking acres, or bring the family. Crampton Manor features two bedrooms, shared bath, on the second floor of the main house. Private bath may be available on request. Free High Speed Wireless Internet Access is available. The Carriage House offers complete privacy. The Carriage House is on the second Floor and offers two bedroom, bath, kitchen, living room and wrap around deck. The Hayloft has a private entrance and is a two-room efficiency with bath, galley kitchen and inside porch area with TV and fireplace.
Our guests will enjoy wonderful country breakfasts in the main house and
delicious treats upon arrival. Please let us know in advance of any dietary restrictions.
Travelers are always looking for memorable and relaxing experiences. Let’s discover more through the words of our innkeepers. Many thanks to Linda and Michael Crampton for sharing their own secrets with BBOnline.com! Why do most travelers stay at your inn?
Relaxing get away; Girl's weekend; Family gatherings; Been here before and return again and again.
What are you best known for?
Guests say best breakfasts!
What makes your inn unique?
Private 200 acres
What do you love most about your inn?
Love the relaxation
If someone has never been to your city, what is the #1 reason to come visit?
What’s the best compliment you have ever received about the inn?
Many say this is the Best B&B they have ever stayed in; this has been mentioned time and again.
What’s the best kept secret about the area?
If a traveler is staying at your inn for 4 nights, what should he/she do in the area?
Hike. Swim. Explore antiques. Central location to travel and use this ad home base for Gettysburg. Lancaster. Harrisburg. Pittsburgh. Etc.
Is there anything within walking distance of your inn?
Hiking trails, Pond
What is your favorite restaurant/food in the area?
Family owned with good home cooking
Any good area guides/websites that travelers could reference?
How many rooms does your inn have?
Carriage House separate building with 2 bedrooms and great room and full kitchen. Hayloft with 2 rooms and drier ate entrance. Kitchenette, Two bedrooms with shared bath in Main House.
The Farm House 1/2 mi from Main House www.thefarmhouse1897.com
Do you accept pets?
We don;t accept pets; Pet boarding within 10 miles.
Attractions and Mileage Estimates
Experience the quaint town of McConnellsburg, PA located between two spectacular mountain ridges at the base of the Tuscarora Mountain. Activities abound in the surrounding mountains. Attend the Annual Strawberry Festival in June or the Fall Folk Festival in October. Enjoy skiing, country auctions, golf, antiquing and flea markets, dining, fishing, outlets, Berkeley Springs Spa, Potomac River Activities, C & O Towpath, hiking & biking, riding and fishing, with warm, friendly people.
Just a morning's drive from Washington, DC - Philadelphia - Baltimore - Pittsburgh. Minutes from world-class skiing, golfing and historic birthplace of President James Buchanan. Close to Interstate 70 and 81 and 4 miles south of the PA turnpike - Exit 180 - Fort Littleton - Rt. 522 - McConnellsburg.
Whitetail Ski Resort - 20 miles
Cowan's Gap State Park - 10 miles
Burnt Cabins Grist Mill - 5 miles
East Broad Top Railroad - 20 miles
Buchanan State Forest - all around
Meadow Grounds Lake - 6 miles
Raystown Dam - 45 miles
A full Crampton Manor Bed and Breakfast country breakfast is included each morning of your stay here with us.
To view a sample of menu of meals you may be served, please visit the "Rates and Recipes" page of our website.
The Farm House
What was it like to live in rural Pennsylvania over 100 years ago? Arriving at THE FARM HOUSE you see the old hand operated well pump, the fresh smell of trees and flowers and the welcoming double deck sleeping porch. As you approach the door you see the distinct axe marks scribed into the ageless hand hewn timbers, and the chinking skillfully placed between the logs. You enter through the kitchen door and immediately you are greeted with the old wood fired cook stove. Sitting at the kitchen table, cast iron cookware hang from nails driven into rough sawn beams, you can almost see and smell the cook preparing a big hearty farm family meal. Soon you find yourself almost living in another time and another age. At The FARM HOUSE, you’ll find it easy to visualize life over 100 years ago Pennsylvania
Check us out at: www.thefarmhouse1897.com you will not be disappointed!
Meet the Innkeepers
Linda and Michael Crampton