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Blue Heron Barn
A quiet vacation rental home in Pennsylvania

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Also consider Clover's Cottage!

Located on more than four quiet acres in Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, Clover’s Cottage is available to rent for the peaceful respite you are seeking.

Blue Heron Barn Mt Gretna

Renew and revitalize your spirits at Blue Heron Barn.

Relive a quieter time and enjoy a hard-earned stay at The Carriage House, originally a barn built in the early 1800's and lovingly rebuilt on the property.

Share a hillside view by a restored sandstone farmhouse overlooking the beautiful Blue Heron Pond. Or share a walk in the woods.

The Blue Heron Barn is located on 50 unspoiled acres, you're surrounded by the solitude of nature and of yourself.

Close to Mount Gretna!

Visitors to the center of Mount Gretna will notice something quite unusual: no lawns. The area around Mount Gretna is rolling and wooded, and this extends to the "yards" of the houses and other buildings. As one tourist noted: "it's sort of an elf village." Indeed, as one drives along the highway toward Mount Gretna, the woods stay the same, it's just that there are more and more buildings in the forest.

Close to Lititz Pennsylvania

Lititz is a borough in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 6 miles (approximately 10 km) north of Lancaster. It was founded by members of the Moravian Church in 1756, and was named after a castle (mentioned form of name is German; Czech name of this castle is Litice) in Bohemia near the village of Kunvald where the ancient Bohemian Brethren's Church had been founded in 1457. The roots of the Moravian Brethren's Church date back to the ancient Bohemian Brethren's Church. For a century, only Moravians were permitted to live in Lititz. Until the middle of the 1800s, only members of the congregation could own houses; others were required to lease. The lease-system was abolished in 1855, just 5 years before the beginning of the Civil War. More information can be found in the book A Brief History of Lititz Pennsylvania by Mary Augusta Huevener, published in 1947.