It was our first time as guests in an inn, and I can truly say it won't be our last, thanks to the wonderful experience at the churchtown inn.
Rooms: The charm of an old victorian style is well preserved and each room history and decor was introduced to us by the innkeeper, Chris. We stayed in the Griffin room and it's exquisite!. The view is great, and you can hear the subtle sound of horses and carriages. The canopy bed, fireplace and antique furniture really gave us a peaceful "stopped in time" feeling.
Common areas: Nice living and reading rooms, all details are worth to see. Sweet cherry cognac, hot chocolate, coffee and tea was available at night which makes a winter reading night a true pleasure. Add to that any of the working fireplaces and comfortable seating.
A delicious four course breakfast was served by the innkeepers, who also found the time to chat with us as if we were visiting relatives, but enough just to make you feel comfortable.
Lancaster, the antiques shops and all attractios are minutes away, and Chris and Jim would provide you with all directions and recommendations needed.
Visiting Amish county is a must, and from all the towns, we realized we did the right choice in churchtown and with this unique and affordable inn.
We are planning to go back for one mistery murder weekend and perhaps in the summer with our parents.