This was our last accommodation on our "mini" 12 day cross country jaunt. We were enroute back to New York - and planned one night here to visit the Amish door restaurant and other nearby attractions. What a beautiful B&B. It is on a somewhat well traveled road, so if you are bothered by traffic noise, choose a room in the back of the floor. It's surrounded by farmland, and in the morning, we saw young Amish women planting flowers and other harvesting going on in the fields behind the B&B. Our room was lovely. Beautifully furnished and authentically antique. Our bathroom had a clawfoot tub and shower - very spacious. We did not eat at the B&B - it was Monday, so we were given a voucher for breakfast at the Amish Door down the road (we ate dinner there as well the evening before). It was an extremely pleasant stay!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- AT THE GATEWAY TO AMISH COUNTRY Experience warm hospitality at the Hasseman House. Stained Glass, Antique Furniture, Bed & Breakfast at its best. Relax and unwind in this charming Victorian house from the early 1900s. Imagine life in a bygone era, ensconced in original stained glass and elaborate woodwork. Savor the fresh-cooked full breakfasts. Outside, you are only a few steps away from the Amish Door Nature Trail. ... more less