Historic Places to Stay in Lancaster, PA
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Built in 1786, the Inn was at one time the home of the Chief Burgess of Strasburg, the head-master house and dormitory for the Strasburg Academy, and is now enjoying its second decade as the Limestone Inn.
Amenities include: Non-smoking rooms, private baths, double, king, queen sized beds, cable TV, internet connection, fireplace in room, free breakfast, A/C, gardens and garden pond.
MC, Visa, AMEX, personal checks accepted.
1786 The Limestone Inn
33 East Main Street, Strasburg, PA 17579