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Welcome to Our Bed and Breakfast near Carlisle PA

Serene and secluded in a wooded area – 30 Timber Road Bed & Breakfast will charm you, warm you, and relax you.

Our Williamsburg-style home is designed with architectural details typically found in historic colonial homes.  We prepare breakfasts with your special dietary needs in mind and serve at your convenience.

Choose this new B&B as your lodging alternative when visiting Carlisle, Harrisburg, Gettysburg, or Hershey, Pennsylvania.  If you are working in the Mechanicsburg or Carlisle area, 30 Timber Road Bed & Breakfast will fill your needs as a business traveler, with free Wi-Fi, early breakfast and flexible check-in and check-out times. Parents of students at Dickinson College, Messiah College or Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law will find the B&B to be conveniently located, yet quiet and secluded as well.

All guest rooms have been designed with utmost comfort and pampering at the forefront.  All guest rooms have a luxurious king-size bed and all have en-suite bathrooms with a whirlpool tub.  For your convenience in-room refrigerators and microwaves are in all rooms.  High Definition (HD) TVs are equipped with cable connection.

AND – there’s more!  Enjoy breakfast on the screened porch while you watch the white-tailed deer in our backyard.  Stroll through the woods and pause at one of the benches where privacy reigns supreme and the bird watching is amazing.

We are award-winning, seasoned innkeepers, who have been practicing the art of hospitality for 22 years and still love it. We are genuinely happy to serve you.

INNKEEPER’S CORNER:  Autumn arrives on Thursday, September 22, 2016. The air is clear and crisp and fall activities are heating up! The last collector car show, Fall Carlisle, will be held at the Carlisle Fairgrounds from September 28 to October 2, 2016. Quickly following that show, all roads lead to Hershey PA for the 2016 AACA Eastern Regional Fall Meet.  Car shows are not the only special events happening in the Cumberland Valley. American Craft Week runs from October 1 through 16, 2016. There are lots of area artisans participating in the events of the two weeks. Demonstrations and special open houses will be held throughout the Cumberland Valley.                                                                                                                                                                                  Biking, hiking, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, birdwatching, and just being outside give you even more reasons to visit us this fall. Make your reservation soon.