Jay and Jodi Garber
Welcome you to Country Log House Farm
Bed & Breakfast
Enjoy a peaceful getaway vacation in a quiet country setting!
Featured in the New York Times, this lovely farm and quiet setting captures the essence and heart of Lancaster County. You will enjoy a homemade family-style breakfast followed by a hayride with Farmer Jim. Relax on the porch or play in the spacious yard. Your family can also experience the farm life by feeding the sheep and goats, playing with the cats and kittens, or gathering the eggs from the henhouse. Our bed and breakfast is conveniently located between Hershey and Amish country!
Formerly owned by Jim and Mim Brubaker, Country Log House Farm is now owned and operated by Jim’s daughter, Jodi, and her husband Jay. The farm was originally purchased by the Brubaker family in 1945. The farm was a dairy farm which milked about 80 cows. Jodi’s father, Jim, sold the cows and started the bed and breakfast in 1994. The farm was named Country Log House Farm because the guest section of the house was a log home built in the 1800’s.
Jay and Jodi have three grown children who live in the area. Over the years, all three of their children have helped at the bed and breakfast. Jodi’s father, Jim, provides the hayride and continues to help with other chores around the farm.
All three of our newly restored guest rooms are air-conditioned and equipped with complimentary wireless Internet.