Farmhouse Elegance in a Small Town!
Our home, built in 1793, is rumored to have once been a stagecoach stop as well as a tavern. Marvel at the three original fireplaces, the original pine random width floors, and the wide window sills which add to the charm of this 220 year old stone farmhouse.
Spend early morning before breakfast or relax after a long day in our comfortable gathering room. Curl up with a good book, watch television or a movie, play games, or just relax and enjoy the soothing music. If you prefer, take one of the many DVDs from our collection to enjoy in the privacy of your own room.
Our inn is a short drive to the Village of Intercourse, home of Kitchen Kettle Village, the Strasburg Railroad, the Lancaster outlets, Amish tours and much more. Take a drive to enjoy as well as see our Amish neighbors working the fields, doing errands or watch the children play in their natural surroundings.
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