Sunhearth Trails B & B is located 1.1 mile south of Roaring Spring, PA, on Route 867 S.
The 5.5 acre property faces Halter Creek. There is a rustic trail down to the creek and much wild flora to explore.
The property was originally part of the Walter & Helen Martin property.
Some local history was made here by Walter and his son Michael who crafted stringed instruments, including the very famous Lorraine Lee dulcimer.
The property consists of 2 houses:
The California style cabin (not for rent),
and the main house (the B&B) with 4 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, 3 bathrooms, 2 living rooms, a big kitchen, and a sun-room.
Grill area South deck Entry patio
The property is surrounded by a pleasant garden and natural landscape. There is a fenced area for pets - yes, we are pet friendly. There are secluded sitting areas offering nice views, peaceful enjoyment and outside smoking areas.
Accommodations are comfortable, peaceful and cozy.
Entry room door Entry room
Passage from entry room to kitchen Kitchen deck side
Kitchen stoves Kitchen patio side showing sun room
Living room Living room with fireplace
Dining/Breakfast table Upstairs hallway
Upstairs / Shared Bathroom
For reservations please call Tina Burman: (814)227-5558
write directly to email@example.com or Check Availability
Coming South on I-99, take EXIT 23, continue straight at the light, heading into Roaring Spring, but take the slight right past the famous Spring Mill Paper Plant of Roaring Spring on your right. It becomes a one way street (Main St). Keep straight. On your left you'll see the Park where the Spring roars. Pass the park on your left, then stay on 867 S, after passing the rail road track (bear right at the STOP sign), go for another 1,1 miles on Bloomsfield Rd (867S), down the hill pass Dick Schoolhouse Rd. (on your left) then slow down as you come to the crest of the hill - on your right is Sunhearth Lane. Go to the very end of the lane. Sunhearth B&B is the last house.
Coming North on I-99, take EXIT 15, Clayburg/King. Turn right onto Sproul Mountain Rd. Continue up the mountain and down, 3 miles.
Turn left at Lafayette Rd/PA-867 North, Continue 2.3 miles, slow down and watch for Sunhearth Lane on the LEFT. It is the last property on the lane.
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