Set on sixty-eight rolling acres in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Burnhead Grazings is more than a quaint Bed & Breakfast and picturesque wedding venue. It is a fully functioning sheep farm that intends to immerse you in an experience unlike others of its kind. From their babbling brook to the rustic farm, the location is more reminiscent of Scotland than rural Pennsylvania. 

Burnhead Grazings guest roomWith three room types to choose from, you can plan a romantic weekend getaway for two, or visit with a group of friends for a relaxing staycation. The Spring House Upper Room consists of two bedrooms that sleep a total of four guests. Or choose from the queen or twin room if they better suit your needs. But whatever you select, in the morning, be sure to head to the main farm house for a lovely farm to table breakfast.

To help make your special occasion memorable, their event planning services are unparalleled. They will customize your event to meet all your desires and provide you with personal service and attention on every detail. It’s sure to make your event one of a kind.

Burnhead Grazings breakfastIf you happen to be looking for team-building or just a night out with friends, they also provide art party services. You can find their schedule by visiting them on Facebook, or you can contact them to create a party of your own.

No matter how you choose to enjoy Burnhead Grazings, they are sure to make it more than just a visit or an event, they will make it a memorable experience that is sure to last a lifetime.

Plan Your Trip

Visit burnheadgrazings.com to plan your escape to Pennsylvania’s slice of Scotland. Spend your time in solitude, roaming about their 68 acres, bring the family to enjoy the stream, ponds, and farm animals, or plan your next event.

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Jason Krysinski is a lifelong resident of Pennsylvania. He’s been in hotel management for 18 years. He’s passionate about writing, food, history, and travel. Writing for Pinpoint unifies all of his passions. He’s always looking to discover new and off the beaten path locations throughout the state. If you have any suggestions, email him at jason@pinpointpennsylvania.com