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Lititz Springs Inn & Spa
Sixteen spacious rooms, including two suites, are decorated in antique country and Victorian styles. Our Penthouse offers unique rock & roll decor combined with amenities that include kitchenette, deck and laundry room. Make the Lititz Springs Inn & Spa your home base for weddings, events, or just while you enjoy visiting the many sites and attractions which Lititz and Lancaster County, Pennsylvania have to offer.
Freshly decorated in an antique style, our new additions and amenities include wireless DSL internet accessibility in every room, new beds with lush European goose down comforters and high thread linens, and new flat panel televisions.
Planning a wedding or event? Your special events are even more special when you book them at Lititz Springs. Choose from our elegant Ballroom to our classic Regency Room for a more intimate setting. From our comprehensive menu prepared by our talented staff to our unique ballroom, you will have an unforgettable event.
The Bulls Head Public House has been recognized as the best beer bar in Pennsylvania in the annual Great American Beer Bar competition conducted by CraftBeer.com - the Brewers Association website for beer lovers. The Bulls Head offers great food, friendly conversation, and of course, quality beer. Choose from 14 rotating beers on tap, 2 cask conditioned ales, and 80 bottles. All of our bartenders are Cicerone Certified. Keeping to the traditional practices of a British pub you will be greeted with a smile from the barman, seat yourself, choose your food and drink from our extensive menu, then place your order at the bar. It's a great way to meet friends or make new ones while enjoying great beer and food.
- Pet Friendly
- Wifi Available
- Complimentary Breakfast
- Fitness Center
- On-site Restaurant
- Private Bath
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