Fieldstone Farm Bed & Breakfast

Award winning 135-acre colonial farmstead B&B. Beautiful setting. Great breakfasts!

Soak in the serenity of nature while enjoying the comforts of home. Special event accommodations.If you are interested in a bed & breakfast that offers comfort and serenity, you’ll thoroughly enjoy the quiet countryside of Fieldstone Bed & Breakfast’s 135-acre recreated colonial farmstead for your next mini-vacation or travel plans. Make yourself at home, relax, take a gentle stroll or sit a spell on our stone bench seat and absorb the views around our 4-acre pond.

The property features beautiful countryside with wildlife and nature trails. Enjoy our wooded and open field nature trails filled with various types of native plants and trees that provide the perfect habitat for local wildlife. During the warm months, experience sightings of deer, turkey, squirrels, rabbits or the occasional red fox. If you enjoy bird watching, be sure to bring your binoculars to view their nests, feeding and mating habits. In the winter, the nature trails also allow for excellent cross-country skiing as well as winter wildlife.

Fieldstone Farm Bed & Breakfast is home to our two personable horses, that you will be sure to want to meet. Dane, an Appendix Quarter Horse is our ‘social butterfly’ and usually is the first to trot up to guests and request treats. Sir Henry, a Warmblood cross is a quiet, reserved ‘old soul’ that captures everyone’s heart.

As you explore the grounds in the warmer months, take time to see the stone raised bed vegetable and herb gardens. We commonly use the homegrown organic fresh produce in our delicious homemade breakfast meals. We warmly welcome you to the best in B&B country lodging in northeast Pennsylvania’s Endless Mountains.

Fieldstone Farm Bed & Breakfast is situated near historic Montrose in Susquehanna County is conveniently located within an hour of Scranton, PA and Binghamton, NY. (Children Allowed, Private Bath)

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