Fairview Farm and Guest Ranch

2998 Fairview Road
Granville Summit, PA 16926

Phone: 570-240-5780

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Nestled in a pine forest, overlooking the picturesque pond sits our cozy cabin. Everything about this abode, from the tongue and groove pine finish to the two loft areas to the beautiful view from the front porch, spells home – sweet- home! Perfect for a weekend get- away, the cabin opens its door to welcome you and your family. Start your day with a spectacular sunrise and end it with the quiet of the evening as you roast marshmallows around an open fire.

Accommodating up to ten people, the cabin is completely furnished and equipped with amenities such as a full kitchen, a full bath with shower, a bedroom with a full sized bed, two loft areas with bunk beds and an outdoor picnic area. Couple these great accommodations with other activities offered here on the farm, and you might just get a vacation which you will want to write home about!


Types of Lodging Cabin, primitive tent sites available too
Number of Bedrooms Cabin has one bedroom, two lofts each with two twin beds, and a futon pull out couch
 Private Bathrooms One full bath in cabin, shower house available for tent sites
 Air Conditioning  No
 TV, VCR, DVD TV with DVD player - no network TV or cable, just movies
 Internet Available  No
 Allowed to Help with Farm Chores  Yes
 Type of Farm Operating guest ranch, full equine activities


 Animals on Farm Horses, beef cows, several milking cows, chickens, pigs (seasonal), goats
Horseback Riding Available Yes
Swimming Available Yes
Children Allowed Yes
Group Events Allowed Yes
Camping Available Yes
Hunting or Fishing Allowed Fishing in pond
Are Pets Welcome? No


Local Attractions:

Close to several State parks
PA Grand Canyon approximately 1 hour away
About an hour from Finger lakes wineries and activities
Many local festivals and fairs

Fairview Farm also offers a Cowboy Worship service once a month June through September on the first Tuesday of the month, and a youth worship festival called "Awaken" the first Saturday in August every year.