About The Bally Spring Inn

The Bally Spring Inn property was originally part of a large farm settled in the 1700’s. The Inn is located on 29 acres of rolling farmland on the West Branch of the Perkiomen Creek. There are historic limestone quarries on the property dating back to the early 1800’s and a restored limekiln that was used to cure crushed lime which was used for mortar by the early settlers of Berks county. The Bally Spring Inn offers a quiet setting for a wedding or special event in a relaxing and peaceful environment! 

Restored by Amish craftsmen from Lancaster County, the unique barn and banquet hall accommodate up to 150 guests. The barn also offers nine guest rooms including our beautiful honeymoon suite. The restored carriage house, the main house, or Farmhouse, date back to the mid 18th century and each offers four additional finely appointment rooms.  All of the buildings are constructed from native stone quarried from the property. 

We encourage our guests to take a nature hike and explore the banks of our “Class A” Wild Trout stream, spot the beavers swimming in our lake, investigate the local geography in our private colonial quarries, or just relax and breathe the fresh country air from our rolling pastoral fields!



Inn Limekiln

About The Bally Spring Inn