We took a tour in New York City. Including carriage ride with a Amish very humble people, great good. I love it.
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We went to Intercourse, PA on an organised bus trip from New York thru British Airways holidays. Part of the tour was a visit to an Amish farm and have a buggy ride. Our buggy driver, James, was lovely and very good fun. He drove...More
We booked room in the adult only section of the Amish View Inn. Loved the place. Friendly people, excellent breakfast. Centrally located to all shopping and tourist locations.
It is beautiful countryside, with many farms and buggies- but you will miss it if you stick to the tourist areas around Berlin.The traffic and congestion there is just awful, and it is very crowded. Many of the stores do not even sell local items....More
I have been visiting the Amish Country for over 20 years and absolutely love the area. The countryside is gorgeous, the people friendly and the food delicious. There are many local sites which offer tours of the area where you can visit Amish farms and...More
Have a hired car with being on a job. We took in the country. Its quite vast and very pretty. Certainly once ye go on a farm and drive the roads, ye can feel like its somewhat stepping back in time. Kids scooting about on...More
Comfortable motel with a nice countryside outlook. You can sit out from and watch the buggies come by or out back and look over the farm land. Very peaceful. There is no restaurant or breakfast facilities on site though.
This was our first visit to Amish country. We enjoyed the peaceful setting and drove around many country roads. We encountered dozens of horse and buggy and stopped in a few stores and houses to purchase some home-made goods. We talked with a Mennonite family...More
I have traveled to this lovely part of Pennsylvania many times in years gone by. It was not the same. The countryside is still beautiful but the hotels and water and game parks were everywhere. The peaceful and serene Amish areas were hard to find...More