Wester Farm B&B Cottages

Come and enjoy yourselves in the country. Experience nature while staying in one of our comfortable, modern cottages or in one of our two suites located in the main house. A delicious homemade breakfast served daily.

 

Cottages

Whether you're looking for a weekend
get-a-way or family vacation we can accomodate you! All of our cottages
and suites are named after some of our favorite cows.

Nellie's Nest

Located in the main house our small suite features private entry with ramp, private bath with 5 foot shower and douple sink, and queen bed. Policies & rates.

Hospitality

Your visit includes fresh linens, helpful tips for local adventures, access and guidance to nature walks. Enjoy a hearty and warm Western, PA breakfast.
Handicap Accessible

A real country experience.

 
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In l976 the Wester Jersey Farm began with a family cow named Dumplins. As our family grew to 5 children our herd grew into a business numbering over 100 dairy cows plus young stock. Since dairy cows take much attention we found ourselves unable to leave the farm.  We started inviting folks in for breakfast to enjoy much needed fellowship.  It was then Farmer Al decided to start a Bed & Breakfast, which was a natural outcome of our belief that farming is a noble venture and our modern society is more and more isolated from its food source.

In 2005 the cottages were built housing 5 guests in each. In 2010 we sold our farm and built a new home housing 2 suits increasing capacity up to 16 guests. We encourage folks to be up close and personal with our big brown-eyed, Jersey Dairy cows.  They tend to exude a calming effect by being in no hurry in our hurry-up world. Our brown hens are on the job laying nutritious large brown eggs that surprise many guests when they help gather them. 

We invite you to join us for a night or an extended period of time year round!

 

 
Emmett the border collie does her job at Wester B and B Farm, Jamestown Pa., in herding some of the cows into the milking parlor. We see the set up as 5 cows per side enter the row and are assisted by Al, Betty, and others.
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