Drink in the fresh air as you catch a view of picturesque mountains.
Native flower gardens that whisper of relaxation. Views of distant Pigeon Hills, in the Allegheny Mountains. A 5-mile drive to a historic battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Driving access to mid-Atlantic cities and suburbs.
Peaceful reminders of the past in hand-carved stone and rough-hewn beams. A brick farmhouse that is a Civil War Building landmark. A welcoming pond for reflection and a stone springhouse that invites all to commune. A 200-year-old barn with beams hand carved by German immigrant builders. A grove of trees in full glory — offering shade, fruit, and nuts.
Where can you find these treasures? At Stone of Scone Farm, an events venue in Littlestown, Pennsylvania. Nestled on 26 acres of unsullied land, our 270-year-old farm is the perfect choice for your next event. Whether a barn wedding, corporate retreat, fundraiser or musical event, our indoor and outdoor spaces offer modern amenities rooted in Old World traditions.
Because we believe in preserving the past for future generations, we restored our property to a condition close to its original appearance. In fact, we used some of the same techniques as its original builders. That the structures have survived more than 270 years, without major blemishes, testifies to the craftsmanship and care of the farm’s original inhabitants. (Learn more about the history of Adams County, where the farm is located, at http://www.achs-pa.org/)
Call or email us to schedule a tour. Leaving the highway behind, follow the winding lane. Catch the views and feel the country ambiance. What better place for your next event than Stone of Scone Farm.
Customer-centered care awaits you at Stone of Scone Farm in Littlestown, Pennsylvania.
This rustic and historic structure, evidenced by hand-hewn timbers held together with wooden pegs, holds more than 200 guests. The granite fireplace and under-floor hot water heating system create a cozy and comforting environment.
All stone period structure built adjacent to a fresh water spring used by native Americans as a camping area before the arrival of European immigrants.
The Aberdeen Patio & Newcraighall Porch
Brick and stone patio with fire pit holds 20 guests comfortably and offers an extension to the property’s ambiance. The screened porch and breezeway provides a relaxing environment on hot summer days and offers an extended seating area for up to 25 additional guests.
This cold-water pond fed by the spring forms the head-waters of Plum Creek which flows into the Susquehanna River, the main river flowing into the northern end of the Chesapeake Bay.
The Trees & Woodlands
The property displays age-old trees, including hickory, oak, maple, willow, spruce, pine, redbud and apple trees in the Stirling Tree Groves that create an array of green life for shade and perfect photo opportunities.