I stayed here for one night on a swing through quaint Lititz, PA. I had been in the inn before for a wedding reception and saw the historically preserved first floor, so I was a bit surprised when I was given a special key at check in to access the 3rd floor penthouse level. (no elevator) I walked upstairs, through the 2nd floor (also very historic period furniture), to the third floor door that opened into a rock and roll themed penthouse floor, complete with posters, stage diagrams, speakers, and microphones dotted around as fixtures. Definitely different, but I enjoyed it. It was very clean and cozy, and I liked that the third floor also had a lounge and kitchen complete with continental breakfast for guests staying on that floor.
Downtown Lititz was so sweet, I can't wait to go back. Just one note, since I stayed over on a Saturday night-- all shops and the majority of the eateries are closed on Sundays.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This comfortable inn is located across the street from the residence of California pioneer John Augustus Sutter, who fled here after losing everything in the Gold Rush. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- General Sutter Hotel Lititz