Once you get here, you won't want to leave! So plan on
spending a night (or two) at some of
the best lodging establishments in Pennsylvania Dutch Country. Enjoy a
quiet, country setting
in the convenient getaway location of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. We
bed & breakfasts, and resorts as well as excellent hotels and motels. Below
is a selected sampling:
||Amish View Inn &
3125 Old Phila. Pike, Bird-in-Hand, PA, 17505.
Elegant accommodations in a beautiful setting. Indoor pool and spa,
fireplaces, and a hot country breakfast.
||Best Western Eden
Resort Inn & Suites
222 Eden Road, Lancaster PA 17601. 717-569-6444
276 impeccable guest rooms, two restaurants and lounge, indoor and outdoor
pools, 24 hour business center.
Intercourse Village Inn & Restaurant
Rts. 340 & 772, Intercourse, PA 17534. 717-768-3636 or 1-800-528-1234.
Walk through the Village & Visit the Craft Shops. 40 Rooms, plus a
restaurant with Good Home Cooking.
||Carriage House Motor
144 East Main Street, Strasburg, PA, 717-687-7651
A clean and comfortable budget option, the pet-friendly
Carriage House Inn is located in charming Strasburg
||Country Inn of
2133 Lincoln Highway East (Rt. 30), Lancster, PA, 17602, 717-393-3413,
Three-diamond Country inn with charm. Free Continental
breakfast. heated indoor / outdoor pool. Children stay free.
||Flory’s Cottages &
99 N. Ronks Rd., Ronks, PA 17572, 717- 687-6670
Family atmosphere, great views, and a quiet central location with modern
camping and lodging.
||Fulton Steamboat Inn
Routes 30 & 896, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 717-299-9999 or
Book passage today on the Fulton Steamboat Inn and discover the same
style and dedication to comfort and fine dining that made the legendary
Lake-In-Wood Camping Resort
576 Yellow Hill Road, Narvon PA, 17555 717-445-5525
Any time, any season and for any reason, you can join your friends and family in this Pennsylvania Dutch Country paradise. Break away and celebrate the coming of Spring at the nearby festivals. Plan a sensational Summer vacation with us. Escape this Fall to explore the area's museums, farmer's markets and antique shops. Discover a land that's alive with over 200 years of Amish culture and history.