Cozy in-law suite segregated from the main house. Close to turnpike, train station, Philly airport. Seven miles from Merck. Upscale and very quiet neighborhood with house held over from the early 1700's and a lot of history. Sounds of silence coupled with nature, sunset views and two acres of outdoor space. Great for couples, business travelers and solo adventurers. On site host/owner. Special needs accessible, first floor, room for wheelchair, grab bars in bathroom. No stairs or steps.
“Sue and Jim place is a warm place close to many things to do. And places to eat. And their warm greeting and the time they spend getting you settled in is helpful They respond quickly to any question . The home although has historic has everything you need in a fresh bright decor. And a great nights sleep. Will lobe to return there again”
Kick back and relax at your new favorite home away from home. Your private Queen bedroom features a serene atmosphere and access to the kitchen and dining room areas. It's our goal that each and every guest has a blissfully comfortable stay here in historic Harleysville. Want to take your relaxation experience even one step further? The owner of this Air B&B is also a licensed massage therapist with a practice just across the street.
“What a wonderful stay this was! The place is truly your own little getaway. The room and bath are on the second floor but you have it all to yourself! The room gives you more of a guest suite feeling. Heidi was a wonderful host and great to talk to. Would highly recommend!”
Very cozy and quiet room. Two single beds.
“Henry’s place looks exactly how it appears in the pictures. His place was clean, hospitable and comfortable. It’s not ideal that I book an Airbnb with anything smaller than a full/queen size bed and a bathroom to myself but being that I needed a place at the last minute I needed not to be picky. Surprisingly, the twin bed was very comfortable and sharing a bathroom did not pose an issue. I definitely recommend this place and would not mind staying here again if I needed to.”