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My goodness...where to begin?!
From the first phone call to the last hug goodbye, everything about this hidden gem in our "backyard" was nothing less than stellar.
The Inn is situated on a 32 acre horse farm, amidst rolling hills, just north of Hershey, PA....More
To stay here is truly a wonderful experience. The whole staff and owners are such truly sweet people that cant do enough for you. They have thought of everything from sweet treats all day long to free Wi Fi and a fridge stocked with free...More
Response from westwyndinnkeepers, Owner at The Inn at Westwynd FarmResponded 25 October 2017
It's was wonderful meeting you. Your lovely review brightened our day. Thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience It means a lot to all of us to know that you were pleased.
The Inn is located 3 miles from Hershey. It is a perfect combination of relaxation in a country setting and the entertainment that Hershey has to offer. We stayed in "In Our Time" which is located on the lower level. It has a door out...More
Thank Patricia R
Response from westwyndinnkeepers, Manager at The Inn at Westwynd FarmResponded 2 days ago
Hello from the Inn at Westwynd Farm! Thank you for your great review and most important - we're very happy you had a fantastic anniversary celebration. Hope to see you back soon!
Absolutely loved our stay here. The innkeepers Karen and Chuck made us feel like family. The rooms are very tastefully decorated and the breakfast is outstanding. Jess does a wonderful job making breakfast an easy, delicious way to start the day. The location of the...More
Response from westwyndinnkeepers, Manager at The Inn at Westwynd FarmResponded 6 days ago
Hello runduffy2016! Thank you for such beautiful words that you shared. You both are very special guests enjoy yourselves!
It was my wife’s birthday so I decided to make it special. I selected Westwynd Farms because of its central location. It’s in Hummelstown boardering Hershey PA The B&B is located on a long lane Boardered by active horse pastures. Upon our arrival we entered...More
Thank Bill W
Response from westwyndinnkeepers, Manager at The Inn at Westwynd FarmResponded 1 week ago
Hello and thank you for taking the time to let other people know about The Inn at Westwynd Farm. I'm glad that we were able to help celebrate your wife's birthday! You both were lovely guests and we look forward to seeing you both in...More
Response from Moviestar77 | Reviewed this property |
Dear Traveler, I was in the room upstairs from the dining area. Left at the steps. It was blue with blue bird murals. It was clean and comfortable. I was there during the weekday and paid around 165.00 for a night. The... More
Dear Traveler, I was in the room upstairs from the dining area. Left at the steps. It was blue with blue bird murals. It was clean and comfortable. I was there during the weekday and paid around 165.00 for a night. The place is fabulous. So many nooks to sit and read and book and to interact. It probably will be better to visit in the cool fall or early spring as the smell of the horses was rather strong and it was very humid. When the West Wind blew it was rather pleasant. Excellent pastries.
Response from Linda Denton H | Reviewed this property |
Not a bad view on the property, but I'm not certain which room this is either. You need two days just to fully appreciate the chef's amazing breakfasts and to remember how to just breathe in this beautiful, relaxing venue.
Response from westwyndinnkeepers | Property representative |
Good Morning - On Our web site you will see a photo of two rocking chairs and the view from the chairs is also similar to the view from Killarney. The photo of the horses grazing is also the same view as from Killarney