008The Summer of Lancaster County is here. Visitors are busy finding new and interesting places to see and dine. The County is full of sights and sounds you will not find anywhere else on the East Coast. Farms being lovingly cared for by the Amish and Mennonite farmers, age old buggies making their way alongside  shiny automobiles, covered bridges that recall a day of our grandparents, historic sites that bring to life the way ancestors of this County lived decades ago, home-made ice cream, root beer, Dutch Country Amish and Mennonite restaurants and locally produced fruits and vegetables stands. For those who want to live in a more modern era, there are excellent wineries, craft beers, quality outlets, national restaurants, and a lively arts and crafts downtown Lancaster.                                                                                                                      WalnutLawn-x-breakfast-food-33
For those who have a couple of days to get away and relax, we are central to the some of the most popular sites that are a day trip away including Gettysburg, Hershey, Longwood Gardens, and Independence Hall.

The Walnut Lawn Bed and Breakfast will welcome you and assist you in planning one or more days of fun, relaxation and adventure where memories will remain with you for all your years.

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