Set on three acres, this restored 1768 farmhouse has a well-manicured backyard with a small stream and a stone deck. Every room has its own distinctive décor, including Amish and floral themes.
Smoke free premises. 5 units, some cottages. 2 stories (no elevator), interior/exterior corridors.
SR 272, 0.4 mi se on Main St to Diamond St, 0.3 mi s. Located in a residential area. 1320 Diamond St 17501.
no phones, wireless Internet. Some: refrigerators, microwaves, coffeemakers.
N, age restrictions may apply, pets accepted.
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 5 guests
Showing reviews 1 - 5 of 10
Pros: Host Greg was great. He made us feel right at home.
Pros: Quiet, out if the way. Lovely garden and outdoor area.
Pros: Delicious breakfast!!
Cons: Was not an Amish country breakfast--Jimmy Dean sausage in the middle of Lancaster county?
Pros: The breakfast was very good
Cons: The outside furniture needed to be cleaned
Pros: This place is so completely serene. Betsy offered breakfast of choice — "sweet" (pancakes etc) or "savory" (omelet, bacon); food was very good, and plentiful and charming in the dining room. The room was lovely, completely comfortable bed, etc.; and although a B&B (an interesting old house, not a hotel), but has its own private bath. Really lovely sunroom/sitting area with lots of books, cookies, views onto garden.
Cons: Reservation system did not inform us of a "late arrival" fee until after we had reserved. That needs to be corrected, and I do not think it is the B&B's fault.
Cons: Steep stairs to brdrooms might be difficult for some people
Pros: The facility was lovely and the setting most beautiful and well-kept. The breakfasts were delicious and available snacks a nice treat. The location was perfect for my travels and activities while in the area.