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Walnut Lawn Lancaster County Bed and Breakfast

COVID-19 REGULATIONS AND YOUR EXPERIENCE AT THE INN

We at Walnut Lawn Bed and Breakfast value your health and safety and follow CDC and Pennsylvania standards on cleanliness.  With this in mind, we continually clean and disinfect guest common spaces.  Unfortunately, we have temporarily removed some of our ammenities and charm such as self-serve fresh baked cookies, guest books, throw pillows, magazines, etc.  We provide hand sanitizer pumps throughout the inn and we ask that all guests wear masks during check-in and when in indoor common spaces.

For all new reservations, our occupancy is limited to a maximum of three parties. However, we will honor reservations that were made prior to the pandemic which may occasionally result in a higher number of guests in the inn.  FEEL FREE TO CALL THE INN TO BOOK YOUR STAY TO ALLOW US TO DISCUSS THE CURRENT COVID-19 GUIDELINES AT THE INN AS WELL AS GENERAL TOURISM IN LANCASTER COUNTY. 717-464-1382

Now back to the fun stuff of checking out the inn and all there is to do in Lancaster County:

Nestled in the Lancaster County Village of Lampeter, PA

We welcome you to our spacious turn-of-the-century colonial home nestled in the Lancaster Amish and Mennonite farm countryside near cultural and performing arts attractions. A wrap-around porch welcomes you to our Inn and once inside features chestnut woodwork and pocket doors. Our accommodations include four guest rooms, each with a private bath, with king and queen beds. The house is furnished with central air and heat.  Each guest room features complete temperature control year round. We are close to the popular shopping outlets centers, specialty/craft shops, railroad museums and rides, the American Music, Sight & Sound theaters, biking roads, covered bridges, and other major attractions. Beth serves a three course breakfast using products from Amish and Mennonite farms as well as fruit from the orchard at the inn.

Tour Our Rooms
Tour Our Rooms

Each of our charming rooms with modern amenities is uniquely appointed to complement the style and era of the house.

Delectable Breakfast
Delectable Breakfast

Begin each morning with a three-course country breakfast made with local produce and finished off with DESSERT!

Area Attractions
Area Attractions

Lancaster County is diverse in its rich history, vibrant city life, and idyllic Amish farmlands.

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There is no better place to get fresh produce right out of the fields than right here in Lancaster County.  Within just a few miles of the Walnut Lawn you can get just about anything you need.  When you arrive at the inn, ask Beth where to go for the best of the seasons offerings.

Think way back to before the US was a nation.  The first permanent settlers came to what is now Lancaster County in 1710.  A land grant to settling Mennonites brought preacher Hans Herr and his family and congregation to the area.  His family home was built in 1719 and is still standing.  You can tour the historic house...

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