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The Lancaster Bed & Breakfast
1105 East King St Lancaster, PA 17602
The warmest and most relaxing places to sleep.
*Pictured Above: #6, Speedwell Forge Bed & Breakfast
With the temperature getting cooler, and the rustling of leaves in the air all we want to do is curl up with a good book and some tea. Who’s with us? If you are in search of chimney smoke in the cold air, snuggling up indoors, and drinking a lot more hot cocoa we have the perfect spots for you to curl up by the fire in a blanket, read a good book, and enjoy slow, simple conversations. Whether you are looking for a quiet getaway or some quality family time this season you are sure to find the perfect place here in our corner of Pennsylvania. Below is a round-up of fifteen Bed and Breakfasts in Lancaster that will help you to relax.
 Twin Pine Manor Bed & Breakfast
A spacious mansion with nine luxurious guest rooms, all with Jacuzzi tubs and fireplaces. Located in the heart of PA Dutch Country, it’s the perfect romantic countryside retreat for you to enjoy.
 The Hurst House
Located in the heart of Ephrata, the Hurst House Bed & Breakfast sits at the top of the Katche Boucle (Cat’s Back Hill), and overlooks traditional Lancaster County – hundreds of beautiful Amish and Mennonite farms. Your hosts, Bert and Rich will make you feel right at home.
Maybe you’re not a morning person, or the idea of making small talk with strangers is not your thing, or you just want to focus on your partner. This is the B&B for you – it’s Lancaster County’s only private, in suite breakfast B&B. Built in 1786, the Hertzog Homestead has been in the family for nine generations and is an excellent place to experience the tranquility and peace that’s needed for a winter getaway.
The Strasburg Village Inn puts you right in the middle of the action in Strasburg, with walkable dining and shopping, and attractions like the Strasburg Rail Road and Sight & Sound, just a five minute drive away. But be careful – you may not be able to resist the smell of freshly baking waffle cones wafting from the Creamery next-door.
If you enjoy local history and architecture, this gracious home is the one for you. You’ll appreciate the rare American Chestnut foyer and staircase, and the mahogany wainscoting and coffered ceiling in the formal dining room. The two parlors with pocket doors and fireplaces are the perfect place to snuggle up with a good book.
If you’re looking to retreat from the world, Speedwell Forge is the best place for you – offering three elegant guest rooms and three cottages on 120 acres, between rolling hills and a natural park. And you’ll be sharing the property with some resident wolves at the Wolf Sanctuary!
Located in the center of New Holland, an area known for its organic and sustainable farming, the B&B offers exciting culinary activities that include lectures, demos, tours and weekend events. All of the beautifully appointed rooms feature goose down comforters which are sure to keep you snug and warm.
The Greystone Manor is an elegant Victorian Mansion and carriage house with 13 beautifully appointed rooms/suites. Perched atop a hill in Bird-in-Hand on two park-like acres, beautiful gardens and ponds of abundance.
Sitting high on a hill with a magnificent view of historic Main Street, the Amethyst Inn is a massive, heavily veranda home built in the 1830s. You’ll be welcomed by a huge nine foot, intricately carved front door, and the guest rooms are true to Adamstown’s heart of antiques – featuring period furnishings, captivating two-person Jacuzzis, charming log fireplaces, and some rooms feature steam showers.
For another true escape, French Country Manor is located on a secluded 40-acre estate in Southern Lancaster County. Originally built in 1776 as a 30-room iron master’s mansion, it was rebuilt in 1813 with an added mill race. This unique & historic B&B has many gardens, paths, woodlands, bridges, a barn and even an old mill stream with a waterfall.
Featuring hardwood floors, oriental rugs, Jacuzzi soaking baths, hot tubs, luxury linens and massage therapists, this is the perfect place for a relaxing getaway. Australian Walkabout’s logo says it all – an Aborigine symbol which means “a journey with a resting place.” No matter what part of your life’s journey you are on, you are sure to find rest here.
The Smithton Inn has been welcoming guests for over 246 years, and their rooms are set up to afford you as much privacy or socialization as you’d like. The traditional old-world charm is paired with modern comfort and convenience, including a wine tasting room right in the Inn.
Located just a few minutes away from the buzzing city of Lancaster, with a thriving arts scene and fabulous restaurants, the King’s Cottage is elegant with luxurious rooms that have cozy fireplaces. Spoil yourself (and your loved one) with a massage or a rose petal bath with chocolate covered strawberries.
Step back in time to this 1805 Mansion featuring 15 acres of lawns, gardens, babbling streams, and woodlands. To top it off, there’s a restaurant on-site featuring farm-to-table hot-served breakfast every day, and imaginative and skillfully prepared meals for lunch and dinner.
The Lancaster Bed and Breakfast is an historic inn centrally located in Lancaster, PA, between its energized downtown and the heart of Pennsylvania Amish Country. Their spacious living room is the perfect place to snuggle up with a good or enjoy a game with a warm cup of coffee by the fire.
If you still haven’t quite found the B&B for you, you can see a full list of Bed & Breakfasts in Lancaster County here. We hope you enjoy your warm & cozy stay!