August & September 2021

August 2021 - Three night special - Stay three nights or longer and receive 10% discount, and two cookbooks (one old & new).  Special must be requested at time of making reservation. New reservations only, must make reservation over phone (717-687-3664) or from this website.  No gift cards or third party website reservations accepted for discounted specials.

September 2021  - Three night special -  Stay three nights or longer and receive 10% discount, and After Eight Mug with cookbook ($26.00 value).   Special must be requested at time of making reservation.  New reservations only, must make reservation over phone (717-687-3664) or from this website.   No gift cards or third party website reservations accepted for discounted specials.

Reservations for the special must be made from this link: RESERVATIONS or by phone 717-687-3664. Please remember to mention this discount special. Only one discount allowed per reservation. No gift cards accepted for discounted specials.

YOU MUST MENTION THE DISCOUNTS WHEN MAKING YOUR RESERVATION.

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After Eight Bed & Breakfast Blog ...

Crazy for corn mazes? Passionate about pumpkin picking? Wild about wagon rides? If your favorite time of year is pumpkin spice season, then you'll want to visit Cherry Crest Adventure Farm, where there is no shortage of fall fun! Located just five minutes from After Eight Bed & Breakfast...

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The second of ten children, James Buchanan was born in a log cabin in Pennsylvania in 1791, graduated from Dickinson College, became a lawyer in Lancaster and went on to become a congressman, senator, ambassador and Secretary of State. In 1857 at the age of 66, he was elected the 15th...

Once dominating the rivers and streams of our American landscape, more than 12,000 covered bridges were built in the United States. However, fewer than 1,000 remain today. Of all the states, Pennsylvania has the most and 25 of them can be found in our own backyard in Lancaster County. Known as...

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