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Enjoy the fresh, contemporary design of this spacious guestroom with two queen beds, a well-lit work space, high-speed Internet access, microwave, refrigerator, and 32-inch flat-screen TV with more than 65 channels.
King Guest Room
This spacious guest room features a king bed with luxurious linens, well-lit work space, high-speed Internet access, microwave, refrigerator, sleeper sofa, and a 32-inch flat-screen TV with more than 65 channels.
Enjoy a spacious suite with a private bedroom with king bed and flat-screen TV. The kitchen area offers a sink, refrigerator, cabinet space and microwave and the living space provides comfortable seating, work space, sleeper sofa and TV.
An Amish Country horse and buggy creates a stunning silhouette as you ride off into the sunset.
Horse-Drawn Sleigh Rides
During the winter months in Lancaster , Amish children find enjoyment in riding from the back of a horse-drawn sleigh.
Buggies are just one of the items available at local mud sales.
Heritage Center Museum
From folk art to elegant portraits, the Heritage Center Museum collects, preserves, and interprets Lancaster County History.
Lancaster County's handmade quilts are intricate works of art and available for purchase at the local markets.
The Strasburg Railroad was founded in 1832 and today is a place of history, museums, shops, and oh yes – trains! It is truly a great place for the entire family to enjoy.
Downtown Lancaster's "Gallery Row" along Prince Street, is part of the city's vibrant arts scene, which particularly comes alive during "First Fridays" of each month. Photo courtesy of Discover Lancaster.
Cylo, the Lancaster Barnstormers' Mascot, is sure to keep the fans smiling between innings. Be sure to take in a game if you're visiting during baseball season! Photo courtesy Discover Lancaster.
President James Buchanan's Wheatland
The home of President James Buchanan for 20 years, the Wheatland mansion has been beautifully restored and opened to the public for tours that provide a glimpse into the president's life, memorabilia and artifacts. Photo courtesy Discover Lancaster.
Take the whole family to enjoy the games and rides at Dutch Wonderland – and you might even get to meet Duke the Dragon! Photo courtesy of Discover Lancaster.