My wife and I were warmly greeted and enjoyed a bit of the Inn's history. We admired the artistry of our host, Lorin, who does exquisite framed petite-point which are hung throughout the common area of the first floor.
Our room was tastefully updated. The bed was most comfortable and the bathroom was small but very well done - good shower and lots of light.
We were in Lancaster for a concert at the American Music Theater and had to leave early the next morning sadly missing breakfast.
Lorin was kind enough to give us a tour of the event barn which was beautifully done and great space for an event as large as 250 people.More
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking