“One of the 25 most romantic inns in the country for Valentine’s Day” – Bed and Breakfast.com

Visit this romantic bed and breakfast and enjoy all that Lancaster County, PA has to offer – from great food in our favorite restaurants to covered bridges and back roads of Amish country. The villages of Intercourse, Bird-in-Hand and Sight and Sound Theatre (yes, we can get discount tickets to all Sight and Sound shows) are nearby.  We just saw Samson and highly recommend it.

Listen to the clip-clop of Amish buggies, soak in whirlpool tubs, or laugh your way through Bruce Garrabrandt’s pictures in the gallery.

The Artist’s Inn has won Place #9 in the top 50 Bed and Breakfasts in the Country for Great Food from The Daily Meal. Read about our latest interview here: The Art of Two Careers.

The Artist’s Inn and our Olde Stone Cottage were on Sweet Retreats on the Live Well Network on August 4, 2013. The Olde Stone cottage won!

The 167-year old Artist’s Inn and Gallery has romantic Jacuzzi baths, fireplaces, and massage showers. Every morning features a different four-course gourmet breakfast served by candlelight; all food is prepared from scratch with the best Lancaster County produce and herbs from the breakfast garden. We are located just three miles from Shady Maple – the best smorgasbord in Lancaster County and a great farm market.

Don’t forget to check out our specials!

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It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year to Escape! 

Were the holidays a bit overwhelming?  Take time for just the two of you and escape to peaceful Lancaster County. Browse the many antique and specialty shops, enjoy candlelight dinners in century-old restaurants, and shop the outlets. Later, relax with a massage in the privacy of the inn. Enjoy a true Lancaster County experience and go to a Mud Sale.  You’ve never head of one?  Well, it’s an auction held outside in a field – usually next to a fire hall.  The items are all donated, the money goes to fund the fire companies.  They are very well attended and lots of fun – and a sure way to blend in with the locals!  There’s always lots of good Pennsylvania Dutch food and the sales will start in late February – here’s a schedule.