Allenberry Resort in Boiling Springs begins a new chapter.
Nearly a year after the property along the scenic Yellow Breeches Creek in Monroe Township changed hands and closed for renovations, guests are pulling up the resort’s long driveway. They arrive to spend a night in one of the lodges, catch a show in the playhouse, fly fish or enjoy dinner in The Barn restaurant with cocktails.
Friday, September 15, 2017 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.
Local legend and Allenberry favorite, Bob Cooney, is returning to the Terrace at Allenberry Resort. Bob is a seasoned singer/songwriter and guitarist from Middletown, PA. He has performed for many years in the mid-Atlantic region and is well-known and loved by many.
Bob’s finger-style guitar playing, harmonica and smooth vocals make listening a pleasure. His extensive repertoire of genres includes: folk, country, blues, acoustic classic rock, and his own mix of finger-picking creations.
Join us for a night out with refreshing drinks on the Terrace or enjoy a delicious dinner while listening to Bob in The Barn restaurant.
6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Head on over for a lovely Friday night spent with friends, drinks and great food while you listen to the fabulous local singer/songwriter Corinna Joy on the Terrace of central PA’s newest restaurant, The Barn.
Corinna Joy’s original music “features smooth vocals and folksy pop piano,” according to www.corinnajoymusic.com. Corinna has two albums out and is currently working on her third.
Friday, August 4th 2017, 6:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Join us tonight on the terrace of central PA’s newest restaurant, The Barn, for drinks, delicious food, and live music with Jack’s Back. Music begins at 6:30 p.m.
Jack’s Back is a musical group comprised of Jack, playing acoustic guitar, and friends Mandolin Mike Slusser and Fiddlin’ Dan Klinger. This talented group will kick off your weekend just right with their great sound. Please join us!
New owners have breathed life back into a Cumberland County institution. For centuries, Allenberry, a 57-acre resort perched on a bluff overlooking the Yellow Breeches Creek in Boiling Springs, has been known as a haven for dining, theater and fly fishing.
In August 2016, a group of local investors purchased the property and is finishing a total restoration of the historic resort.
If you are looking for a fun and unique evening out, Allenberry Resort will ensure you get what you want and what you need at “Satisfaction” The International Rolling Stones Show.
On August 26, the newly-renovated Allenberry Resort will showcase the highly acclaimed, touring tribute show. “Satisfaction” is widely recognized for an incredibly authentic cast, costumes, and production in honor of The Rolling Stones, the World’s Greatest Rock & Roll Band.
Saturday, August 26 at 6:30 PM – 10 PM
Mechanicsburg native Mike Kennedy is one of several investors helping find the right path for the 57-acre property, known mostly for its playhouse. His vision is to create a hidden gem that offers guests and locals alike dining options, live entertainment and activities ranging from archery to fly fishing against the peaceful backdrop of the trout-rich Yellow Breeches.
Allenberry Resort’s casual dining establishment serves a refined menu of farmhouse cookery complimented with local craft beers, hand-crafted cocktails, and a diverse and exceptional selection of bottled wines.
The Allenberry Resort and Playhouse in Cumberland County is having its soft opening this week after being sold last year.
Situated on the beautiful 57-acre Boiling Springs property, the Playhouse at Allenberry opened in the summer of 1949 and has become a leading attraction and activity at Allenberry Resort.
Allenberry Resort Inn is in the process of renovations in preparation for a grand opening.
Many of you have been asking who our new chef is. We are proud to introduce to you Joseph Randle! Joseph will be overseeing all of the food we offer here at Allenberry Resort. His wonderful dishes are sure to please the palate. To learn more about Joseph check out his bio on the website.
Allenberry Resort Inn and Playhouse officials Wednesday announced the resort will have a grand re-opening of its playhouse in July.
The scope of this project consists of the renovation of an existing building into a new restaurant on the Allenberry Resort campus.
A newly renovated Allenberry Resort Inn and Playhouse could be ready to receive its first guests by early April when lodging on the property is set to reopen
After months of extensive renovations that will ultimately cost around $6.5 million, the new Allenberry Resort Inn and Playhouse is expected to re-open by Easter.
Renovations at the Allenberry Resort Inn and Playhouse have started even though the sale isn’t final until the fall.
Attendees at the Carlisle Area Chamber of Commerce’s Taste of Home Cooking School event last week were given the opportunity to taste a local classic: Allenberry’s sticky buns.
Renovations are underway at the landmark Allenberry Resort in Cumberland County.
After teetering in limbo on the real estate market, the fate of the Allenberry Resort Inn & Playhouse has suddenly and dramatically taken a turn for the better.
The new owners of Allenberry Resort Inn and Playhouse Thursday announced their intention to renovate the property.
After years of rumors and speculation, a local landmark has hit the open real estate market.
Most people say goodbye to their childhood home at some point.