Lancaster, PA Bed and Breakfast


1441 Millport Road
Lancaster, PA 17602

Local Attractions


We are located in Lancaster County, PA, the heart of the Amish country.
We are two miles from Historic Downtown Lancaster,
and just around the corner from Lancaster County Central Park —
easy access to these and other area attractions.
Our Recommendations:

** Your innkeeper will be happy to help with directions once you arrive. **

Amish Life:

Bird-in-Hand Bake Shop: Bird-in-Hand, PA (717) 656-7947
We think they’re the home of the best whoopie pies in Lancaster County, delicious breads and pies as well.

Farmhouse Memories: Paradise, PA (717) 442-1907
A scrapbooking store but so much more!! The best place to buy that unique, one of a kind gift or souvenir. Rachel makes mini quilts and coasters, all hand pieced with great prices, too.

Immergut Hand-Rolled Soft Pretzels: Intercourse, PA (717) 768-0657
Delicious soft pretzels served fresh, straight out of the oven. Three doors east of Kitchen Kettle’s Entrance on Rt 340. An experience you don’t want to miss. Learn more.

Plain and Fancy Farm: Bird-In-Hand, PA (717) 768-4400
Authentic food, authentic Farmland and Homestead tours, and the Amish Experience Theatre.

Riehl’s Quilts & Crafts: Leola, PA (717) 656-0697
Riehl’s is a working Amish Farm with a craft shop, beautiful quilts, (wonderful prices) and an assortment of cookbooks that are sure to find a home in your kitchen and enhance your dining experience.

Downtown Lancaster, historic and otherwise:

Central Market: Penn Square (717) 291-4723
Open Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday mornings. America’s oldest farmers market, full of local foods, produce, and crafts.

Fulton Opera House: Prince Street (888) 480-1265
America’s oldest theater in continuous operation featuring musicals, operas, and symphony orchestra performances.

Lancaster Barnstormers: Prince Street (717) 509-4487
Minor League Baseball. Losts of relaxing family fun—and very popular among the local citizenry.

Historic Lancaster Guided Walking Tour: Queen Street (717) 392-1776

Distinctive Dining:

Annie Bailey’s Irish Traditional Pub & Restaurant: Lancaster, PA (717) 393-4456
Just a few steps from the newly built Marriott Hotel & Convention Center, Annie Bailey’s is Lancaster’s only authentic Irish Pub, and one of the favorite dining destinations in the county.

Belvedere Inn: Lancaster, PA (717) 394-2422
The Belvedere Inn is an award-winning restaurant in Lancaster known for its delicious contemporary American cuisine and elegant dining atmosphere. The menu selections offer a fresh spin on classic dishes.

Bird-In-Hand Family Restaurant: Bird-In-Hand, PA (717) 768-1500
Pennsylvania Dutch home cooking, from the smorgasbord or from the menu. It has been a Lancaster County tradition for generations.

The Brasserie: Lancaster, PA (717) 299-1694
Casual, relaxed dining in the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country

The Greenfield Restaurant & Bar: Lancaster, PA (717) 393-0668
A short 3.7 miles from Rocky Springs, The Greenfield Restaurant & Bar provides an elegant dining experience in a restored stone house. You may even ask for a table in the wine cellar!

The Pressroom: Lancaster, PA (717) 399-5400
“Where Great Food and Drink Make Headlines,” truly a unique restaurant and meeting place. The Pressroom has all of the charm and excitement for a perfect dining experience.

The Prince Street Cafe: Lancaster, PA (717) 397-1505
A warm, comfortable gourmet coffee shop across from the Fulton Opera House and a block from Central Market in downtown Lancaster. Enjoy an espresso coffee, a smoothie, soup, sandwiches, salads or dessert at a reasonable price. Check the web site for live music on Monday and Saturday nights.


American Music Theatre: Lancaster, PA (800) 648-4102
Musical reviews and celebrity concerts.

Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre: Lancaster, PA (717) 898-1900
Dinner and a Broadway musical with a live orchestra.

Fulton Opera House: Lancaster, PA (888) 480-1265
America’s oldest theater in continuous operation featuring musicals, operas, and symphony orchestra performances.

Sight and Sound Millennium Theatre: Strasburg, PA (717) 687-7800
Live, large-scale musical productions of Biblical stories with live animals on an engulfing stage environment.

Museums and Local Culture:

Ephrata Cloister: Ephrata, PA (717) 733-6600
One of America’s earliest religious communities (1732).

Historic Rock Ford Plantation: Lancaster, PA (717) 392-7223
Located in Lancaster County Central Park—within hiking distance of Rocky Springs B&B. This is Lancaster’s only preserved residence (1794) of a Revolutionary War Patriot, Edward Hand, Adjutant General and personal friend of George Washington.

Hans Herr House & Museum: Willow Street, PA (717) 464-4438
The oldest existing European dwelling in Lancaster County (1719) and the oldest surviving Mennonite meetinghouse in the Western Hemisphere.

Kitchen Kettle Village: Intercourse, PA (800) 732-3538
World-famous jams, as well as 30 shops and restaurants of local fare.

LancasterHistory: 230 North President Ave., Lancaster, PA (717) 392-4633
This award-winning local history museum and research center covers 300 years of Lancaster County’s fascinating history through stories, exhibitions and learning opportunities.

Mount Hope Estate & Winery and the Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire:
Manheim, PA (717) 684-8261

National Watch and Clock Museum: Columbia, PA (717) 684-8261

Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania: Strasburg, PA (717) 687-8628

Wilbur Chocolate Factory: Lititz, PA (888) 2-WILBUR
Free tour and candy shop…with free samples! Yum!

Golf Courses:

Crossgates Golf Club: Millersville, PA (717) 872-4500

Tanglewood Manor Golf Club: Quarryville, PA (717) 786-2500

Foxchase Golf Club: Stevens, PA (717) 366-3673

Willow Valley Golf Course: Willow Street, PA (717) 464-4448

Within an Short Drive:

Herr’s Snack Factory: Nottingham, PA (800) 63-SNACK
Free tour, samples, café and gift shop.

Hershey’s Chocolate World: Hershey, PA (717) 534-4900
Free tour, samples, chocolate shop and food court.

Historic Gettysburg: Gettysburg, PA
The town itself offers many quaint shops and restaurants with a lot of local color, surrounded by one of the largest, most documented and faithfully preserved battlefields in the world. It is the site of the Confederate “High Water Mark”, the most important turning point of the American Civil War.

Longwood Gardens: Kennett Square, PA (610) 338-1000
The world’s premier horticultural display garden offering 1,050 acres including 20 outdoor gardens; 20 indoor gardens within 4 acres of heated greenhouses; 11,000 different types of plants; spectacular fountains, and 800 horticultural and performing arts events each year. Open year round.

National Civil War Museum: Harrisburg, PA (717) 260-1861

For more information:

Visit the Lancaster County Visitor Bureau’s Web Site: