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From National Attractions to Country Roads
Some of the nation’s most visited historic sites are located here—think Independence National Historic Park, Liberty Bell Center, National Constitution Center, The Franklin Institute, and the U.S. Mint. Beautiful Amish farms and villages make Lancaster and York Counties popular, but there is much, much more. The region has nationally-recognized scenic drives as well as scenic rail trails for walkers and bicyclists. The three most walkable cities in Pennsylvania are located here: West Chester, Lancaster, and Philadelphia. World-famous Longwood Gardens is located in Kennett Square. And you wouldn’t want to miss nearby Chanticleer Gardens, Tyler Arboretum, Hershey Gardens, or Bartram’s Garden National Historical Landmark, either.
Hershey Park and the Hershey Museum on Chocolate Avenue are top destinations for families. For children, there are Crayola Factory, Dutch Wonderland Family Amusement Park, and Sesame Place—among many other attractions.
For the shopper, what's not to like? Philadelphia’s Franklin Mills, for example, houses over 1.5 million square feet of retail and even has hotels on-site to lodge bargain shoppers. After a scenic drive on the Exton Bypass, take the QVC Studio Tour. Or visit the Philadelphia Premium Outlets in Limerick, PA, or the Tanger Outlets at Lancaster. For farmer’s market shoppers, more than 50 of them call southeastern Pennsylvania home, including the 114-year-old Reading Terminal Market at 12th and Arch in Philadelphia and the famous Lancaster Central Market.
For railroad fans, Strasburg Railroad and the Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania are located across the street from one another--both just a short distance from the National Toy Train Museum.
Southeastern Pennsylvania offers so much to do—and when your day is over, the area also offers more bed & breakfast, inn, and farm-stay accommodations than anywhere else in the state. Innkeepers are ready to help you “keep it local” while you relax and discover the area.
The region is an affordable destination only three hours or less from Washinton D.C., Baltimore, Wilmington, most of New Jersey, Scranton, State College, and so many other cities and towns.
To refine your search for the perfect bed and breakfast, inn, or farm stay, use the "Find an Inn" in the menu above.
Inns in this region
Relax and enjoy a romantic stay in our elegant Victorian home nestled in the heart of Amish Country.
It is our pleasure to share our antique limestone Lancaster PA Historic bed and breakfast inn with guests deserving fine accommodations in a warm and friendly setting.
Welcome to West Ridge, a charming 18-acre country estate near Hershey that is the perfect place to relax and unwind.
Olde Square Inn, our Lancaster County bed & breakfast, is a beautifully restored Colonial Revival home.
Restored 1754 Farmhouse with modern amenities and private baths located in central Bucks County near Doylestown and Philadephia.
Relax and unwind at our antique limestone mansion built in 1766 surrounded by Old Order Amish farms in Pennsylvania Dutch Country.
Originally built in 1870 as a General Store, the structure was renovated to include five guestrooms named after the original General Store proprietors.
Nestled in the heart of Lancaster County, the Apple Bin Inn is known for its scrumptious breakfasts, delightful rooms, and renowned hospitality. Settle into one of these comfy guest rooms to unwind and enjoy the simpler side of things in Amish country.
Enjoy the open space and rolling farmlands at our 200 year old Farmstead located among the quaint farms near Hamburg, PA. You’ll find a scenic and tranquil place where you can unwind.
Feel yourself unwind as you travel through Lancaster County’s tranquil back roads in Amish Country.
Located in the northeast corner of Lancaster County, in a town surrounded by Amish farmland, this country bed and breakfast is a large stone and clapboard cottage built in 1933.
Built in 1790, this beautifully restored colonial manor home exemplifies the craftsmanship of a by-gone era with its wide plank pumpkin pine floors.
1870's restored farmhouse B&B features a spring running through the house. Dip your toe into our private pond off the patio, pet the alpacas, stroll the gardens or just doze off on a comfy patio or sunroom chair. Enjoy listening to waterfall into our Koi pond or warm-up while sitting around campfire. Explore the towns of Gettysburg, Lancaster, York, and Hershey.
The inn consists of three intimate rooms and one spacious suite, all on the second floor.
A large turn of the century estate located in the Brandywine Valley a short drive west from Philadelphia and minutes from downtown West Chester.
Built in 1930 by William C. Bitting, owner of the Rosedale Knitting Mill, the mansion offers a enormous living room, dining room and rathskeller.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, our 1760 home is located near Lititz, PA on 120 acres including a Wolf Sanctuary.
Enjoy the historic taste of this colonial bed & breakfast as well as the craft beers and pub style food at the adjacent Black Forest Brewery in Ephrata, PA. Nearby, discover Amish farms, Ephrata Cloister, Sight and Sound Theater, and much more!
Voted Bucks County’s “Most Romantic Lodging in 2015,” you’ll find a relaxing and peaceful ambiance.
Located near quaint Elizabethtown PA where antique shops, good restaurants, arts and entertainment are all within walking distance or a short drive. After a long day of antiquing or sightseeing, enjoy a nightcap at bedtime before you climb under the luxury linens, on feather beds in an air-conditioned guest room.
Built in the 1860’s, experience life in the county at an authentic brick Victorian farmhouse with the original architecture. Each of the four guest rooms offers a queen bed and private bath.
Treat yourself to luxurious accommodations at an award winning bed and breakfast in the heart of Lancaster County’s Amish country. Gracious hospitality awaits you at our authentic, historic co
The Harvest Moon strives to make your stay tops!
Historic farmhouse. Convenient location. Whole family (or small group together) accommodations. Private bath, quuen bed, and suite with private kitchen. Complmentary home-cooked, hearty breakfast.
Offering nine unique guests room each with their own historic charm and modern-day amenities including private baths, luxury linens and Amish quilts. Enjoy an award-winning four-course breakfast each morning.
We welcome you to the Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast nestled in the Lancaster County Village of Lampeter, PA.
The Pennsbury Inn's four sitting rooms, six guest rooms (from twins to kings) and eight acres of landscaped grounds comfortably blend colonial heritage with casual elegance.
Stay at this romantic Amish country bed & breakfast conveniently located to outlet shopping, theaters, farmers markets, and the quaint towns of Lancaster County. Private baths, ultra-soft sheets, and breakfast served at your own table.
Enjoy the peaceful serenity and picturesque country surroundings, the perfect place to rest and unwind.
Step into the 18th century in this exquisitely restored 1769 Philadelphia Bed and Breakfast gem. On the National Historic Register of Historic Places, this certified restoration Bed and Breakfast is the only lodging located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania's Independence National Historic Park.
Located in the quaint village of Intercourse that is often referred to as the “Capital of the Amish," Carriage Corner is happy to be your 'home away from home.' When you walk in the front door
A Select Registry Inn located just two blocks from Lafayette College. Join us for delicious homemade breakfasts in an 1895 Georgian Mansion listed on the National Resgister of Historic Places.
The rustic 1740 House in historic Lumberville offers 24 guest rooms with views of the Delaware River, private decks, fireplaces, and more.
Surrounded by a wide array of 20th century mansions, The Manor on Front campus consists of two newly renovated mansions that showcase period details and a tailored, elegant interior.
Welcome to the E. J. Bowman House, an historic 1860 Italianate, located in the heart of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Amish country.
Our home, built in 1793, is rumored to have once been a stagecoach stop as well as a tavern.
Whether a romantic getaway or a relaxing vacation stay, you will be treated to extraordinary Lancaster County hospitality in our gorgeous 1855 Pre-Victorian home.
Built in 1888, the historical architecture of this Victorian Mansion has been completely restored. The innkeepers artwork and paintings can be seen throughout.
Enjoy life in the slow lane at one of the most photographed homes in Lancaster County. Located in Strasburg's Historical District, this 200 year old home is listed on the National Register of Historical Places and the Lancaster County Historic Sites Register.
Looking for an affordable getaway near Hershey, PA? The 1825 Inn Bed and Breakfast is just three miles away from the Sweetest Place on Earth. Enjoy a romantic getaway in one of the six guestrooms or two separate cottages.
Our B&B is the perfect location for a romantic getaway, a special celebration or just to escape for some quiet time.
Beautiful Victorian Inn decorated with antique furniture and heirlooms that define its historical charm. Offers four rooms with private baths named after our favorite flowers.
Built in 1882 by George Washington Wood, the mansion was completely restored in 2016 and opened in March 2019 bringing back to life the ambiance of the era in which the home was built.
The Fairville Inn Bed and Breakfast, with its elegantly appointed rooms and suites, is situated in the heart of the Brandywine Valley.
A beautifully restored, prestigious rated, pre-Civil War 1840’s home located near Hershey, Pennsylvania, The Sweetest Place On Earth®.
The Australian Walkabout Inn Bed and Breakfast is a peaceful, romantic getaway located in the heart of Amish Country in Lancaster County.
Relax and unwind at our mid-1800’s home where you will experience superb hospitality.
Built in 1809 and located on 48 acres of pristine Lancaster County farmland, our B&B began life as a stone bank barn.
Relaxing charm combined with Victorian elegance at the B.F. Hiestand House beckons guests to the historic river town of Marietta for the ultimate Bed & Breakfast experience.