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My husband and I purchased a Groupon and thought we would do a quick trip after the holiday.
We pulled up and in awe immediately. As we walked up to the house and went in. We were met by the innkeeper. The Victorian decor and...More
Booked an overnight Christmas season visit to this beautiful Victorian mansion. We appreciated the vintage decor and warm atmosphere upon entering. However, the temp of room #6 on the third floor was so cold that my husband and I slept with socks on, opted to...More
stayed two days for fall leaves. Inn was very clean and well decorated. owner was very helpful and knowledgeable about area. could of had a good eggs and bacon breakfast only had crepes and pancakes. would stay again
We stayed here for 1 night and that was enough. The mansion is beautiful but if they just added a few amenities it could be more upscale. Nice bathroom products, fluffy towels, new sheets & comforter. Room #5 needs a new mattress. Besides the room...More
This place was absolutely PERFECT.
The owners are wonderfully attentive. The manor is beautiful beyond description. The location is right in the heart of Pennsylvania Amish country. This property couldn't get any better.
I'm looking forward to MANY returns.
John & Jennifer
Labor day weekend,...More
US$63 - US$118 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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if you are going to stay in room 5 or 6 there is a lot of stairs to go up. I had a broken rib the day before going there. we were in room 5 and as I found out we were the only people staying there for the two days, when we... More
if you are going to stay in room 5 or 6 there is a lot of stairs to go up. I had a broken rib the day before going there. we were in room 5 and as I found out we were the only people staying there for the two days, when we got there I ask about the coffee, and the answer was if I was going to drink a whole pot that they would make it. I don't think I would stay there again
I would not stay in the Carriage House, the rooms are very small. Only one small chair in the room, no frig, no ceiling fan....bed was not comfy at all. I am unsure of the Mansion. We will never stay there again.