**PLEASE NOTE OUR FINE DINING RESTAURANT WILL BE CLOSED
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 2013
The Inn at Turkey Hill, our Pennsylvania country inn, is a family-owned and operated historic bed and breakfast.
In 1942, Paul Eyerly, publisher of the Bloomsburg Press Enterprise (currently the local newspaper), and his wife Libby, purchased a nearly 100-acre farm in what was then known as the Turkey Hill district of Bloomsburg, PA. The district stood atop what was known as Turkey Hill, now designated as Route 487, and consisted of small farms and even a one-room school. The original house, an 1839 farmhouse, became their home for many years while raising their children. Mr. and Mrs. Eyerly eventually moved from the farm while maintaining ownership.
Having always enjoyed staying at bed and breakfasts and boutique hotels when he traveled, it was Mr. Eyerly's dream to one day turn their cherished farmhouse into a country inn, so that people passing by on Interstate 80 could visit and form a lasting impression of the town of Bloomsburg.
Unfortunately in 1983, Paul Eyerly passed away suddenly. But his dream, The Inn at Turkey Hill, would become a reality only one year later through the efforts of his daughter, Elizabeth 'Babs' Pruden. Paul Eyerly's grandson, Andrew Pruden, the current owner/innkeeper continues the tradition of high quality service and hospitality set forth by his grandfather.