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The Barn restaurant at Allenberry Resort opens with ‘American creative’ menu

August 7th, 2017
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. (Click here for the full article)


The Barn is ready to serve at Allenberry

July 31st, 2017
The Allenberry Resort is another step closer to full operation. Last week, a restaurant at the historic Monroe Township property opened under the new owners who purchased the resort last year. The Barn includes a terrace that overlooks the nearby Yellow Breeches, one of the features of the property Kennedy and company wanted to highlight when they took over. (Click here for the full article)


Renovations underway at Allenberry Resort

October 3rd, 2016
BOILING SPRINGS, Pa. (WHTM) – Renovations are underway at the landmark Allenberry Resort in Cumberland County.  Allenberry was closed and sold at auction in July. Now, crews work through 56 acres of the resort; all undergoing some sort of restoration or renovation. New general manager Dan Johnson gave ABC27 an exclusive walk-through of the multi-million dollar renovation plans.
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What’s next for Allenberry Resort Inn and Playhouse? Here’s what current and future owners said

July 22nd, 2016
The sale of the Allenberry Resort Inn and Playhouse isn’t even finalized, but renovations on the property are already underway. That’s thanks to the current owners among the Heinze family working closely with soon-to-be owners, including Mike Kennedy, to make the transition as smooth as possible. (Click here for the full article)


New Allenberry owners revealed as renovations begin

July 21st, 2016
“This property is a treasure of PA history dating back to the late 1700s,” Kennedy said in a news release. “It’s one of the area’s most beautiful estate properties with a rich heritage and deep ties to our community, we can’t wait to help breathe new life into it.” (Click here for the full article)