We only booked the Mill Stream because our first choice had no vacancies. What a blessing in disguise! We'd certainly return. First, it was a relatively simple route from Baltimore. Then, we found ourselves in an immaculately kept, quiet place between busy streets and quiet farmland. The property is very modest (small room, no coffee maker) but well kept, on a lovely treed stream, on a street mixed with agricultural interests, residences, and other small hotels. Best of all, we actually encountered the Amish, either sharing the road with buggy drivers and robust, well maintained horses or occasional Amish walkers. Amish folks owned or worked where we stayed and shopped. The property offered a 2-hour, complimentary bus tour that is not to be missed (the driver's compensation is gratuities) although one must drive to an affiliated hotel maybe two miles away to take the tour. Other tours and museums were in town. Good Amish food (Good N Plenty) was right next door - or one could drive a few minutes for more of the same. If not Amish food, then pizza, Olive Garden and others were within a 10-minute drive, no more. But you will need your car. Complimentary continental breakfast was good and featured locally made yogurt, etc. There is a pool. Good location for the quiet pursuit of history and light intercultural exchange.
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- Also Known As:
- Mill Stream Country Hotel Smoketown
- Country Inn Smoketown
- Smoketown Country Inn