Lancaster PA Farm Bed & Breakfast and Guesthouses

Lodging at one of our Lancaster County PA Farm Bed and Breakfasts or Guest Houses offers you the rare opportunity to experience Pennsylvania Dutch Country in a unique and memorable way. By staying at a Mennonite or Amish Bed and Breakfast or Guesthouse you will be able to have a personal and authentic encounter with some of the Plain Folk of Lancaster County. For those staying at one of our other farms, ask about arranging a visit to an Amish home during your stay. Although the Mennonite & other farms have more modern conveniences than the Amish farms (TV, Wifi, automobile, etc.), we believe that a stay at any of these farms will be a relaxing and enlightening experience for you. To learn more about the differences between an Amish bed and breakfast or guesthouse and a Mennonite or other farm stay, please visit our What to Expect - FAQ page. Take a step back in time and enjoy a traditional Lancaster PA farm stay in the beautiful Amish Countryside of Lancaster County PA!
  • This is our second time staying at the farm, and it was another wonderful vacation. My girls both love it here. I loved the peace and serenity or being surrounded by all the beautiful farmland.

    From New Jersey – Stay at Valley Brook Farm Guesthouse
  • We stayed for 5 nights in June at this wonderful vacation home. It was even better than we had anticpated. Our hosts were wonderful. The home is beautiful and the yard is beautifully landscaped.

    From Illinois – Stayed at Valley Brook Farm Guesthouse
  • The home was great and we had a great time. The home is very large, has everything we could need and is in a great location. Lena was totally wonderful and helpful in all respects.

    From California – Stayed at Churchtown Manor Guesthouse
  • We had a wonderful time staying on the farm. The guesthouse was impeccable — decorated so well with antique charm and comfort.

    From Virginia – Stayed at Churchtown Manor Guesthouse
  • Staying on a working Amish Farm is a rare opportunity. It allows a closer look at a real working dairy farm and the lives of the Amish farmer. The Riehl family is lovely and personable.

    From Glenn Dale MD – Stayed at Beacon Hollow Farm