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2092 Main St, Churchtown, PA 17555-9514
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5.0
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4.8
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
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Amy H wrote a review Oct 2021
Millsboro, Delaware12 contributions3 helpful votes
This was a last-minute trip to the Lancaster PA area to enjoy the fall weather, and we found this very charming B&B in our online search. The Inn at Twin Linden’s hostess/owner, Laurie, is amazing, she is so welcoming……and wow can she cook! Beautiful, delicious, three-course breakfasts to look forward to each morning. Our room was spotless and well-appointed (the Sarah Jenkins room) with a comfy king size bed. We enjoyed playing with her two Shetland sheepdogs, Ricky and Scooter, in the garden behind the house. Looking forward to our next stay, thank you Laurie!
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Date of stay: October 2021
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R4266UBthomasl wrote a review Sep 2021
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Beautiful old inn and gardens in back. The room was appropriately decorated and comfortable. We had the window open and there was a bit of noise from the traffic on Main St. in the morning, but quiet the rest of the night. She served us a delicious 3-course breakfast. Lauri was very welcoming and helpful. As a bonus, I really enjoyed playing with her two Shelties in the back yard!
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Date of stay: September 2021Trip type: Traveled
Room Tip: Where to park was a bit confusing, so just ask where the best place to park is when you check in.
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Brian C wrote a review Aug 2021
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Thank you Laurie for your wonderful hospitality, kindness and hard work . Nobody puts in as much effort as you do with your breakfasts served. We will return again and refer you to many many others we know. Sincerely, Brian Cunningham and Kristine Barnes.
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Date of stay: August 2021Trip type: Traveled
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Amy G wrote a review Aug 2021
81 contributions4 helpful votes
It was such a lovely and comfortable stay at this beautiful Inn. As soon as Laurie greets you it is a relaxing feeling. The patio and garden area are gorgeous and inviting. We stayed for 3 days and the 3 course breakfast Laurie prepared each day was delicious. Ricky and Scooter (the pups) kept us company everytime we went to the garden. It was like the knew us as family. We hope to get back to the area someday and we will definitely be staying here again. In the 3 days we were there, not only was Laurie a fabulous host, but we made a new friend that we will stay in contact with in the future.
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Date of stay: August 2021
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Room Tip: The Paladian Room is beautiful.
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Response from Laurie Bushnell, Owner at The Inn at Twin Linden
Responded Aug 18, 2021
Thank you so much Amy! I feel the same way. You started out as guests and left as friends. It was indeed my sincere pleasure! I look forward to your return. Don't make it too long before you come back. Laurie
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Zoe Fox wrote a review Aug 2021
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We had such a delightful weekend escape at the Inn! Laurie is such a warm and lovely host, her home is absolutely gorgeous and so comfortable, I never wanted to leave!!! We booked the garden gate suite and we were not dissapointed! Between the private deck and the jacuzzi tub--the room itself was so cozy. Breakfast was even better than my imagination, a multi-course seasonal treat! WE CANNOT WAIT to come back over and over, a true gem!
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Response from Laurie Bushnell, Owner at The Inn at Twin Linden
Responded Aug 9, 2021
Thank you Zoe! I'm so glad you enjoyed your stay. I look forward to your return. Laurie
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SamP/B wrote a review Jul 2021
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Hostess was so kind to us, we accidentally missed our checkout and she was very sweet about it, we thank you for the hospitality and amazing service:) We would definitely go again, the place was clean and gorgeous:)
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Date of stay: July 2021Trip type: Traveled
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Response from Laurie Bushnell, Owner at The Inn at Twin Linden
Responded Aug 9, 2021
Thank you Samantha! Such a beautiful bride...Please come back for your first anniversary, or sooner! Laurie
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WeehawkenNJ wrote a review Jul 2021
35 contributions16 helpful votes
Booked a last minute room at this B&B. Admittedly, I'm a spur of the moment person and it hasn't hurt me yet! This place included. It's about 40 minute from Lancaster proper, but there are so many things between Lancaster and Churchtown. Antique shops, a petting zoo (that included miniature horses, little goats, chickens, etc), a town called Bird in Hand, numerous side roads in which you are guaranteed to see the Amish Buggies. The B &B itself is very well maintained and the owner is very nice. The only mistake I made was not signing up for the breakfast part of the "Bed and Breakfast" on the first morning. Did not make that mistake the 2nd morning. We were served a rasberry sorbet, zuchinni Fritters, scrambled eggs, bacon, roasted potatoes. All were delicious. The dining room is set up nicely. Not a big B &B person, because I don't like eating right next to strangers, but the dining area is set up like a classy restaurant. The garden is also relaxing. There is a common room that, again, I normally wouldn't sit in, but it looked inviting. I can see it being quite comfortable all decorated during the holiday season. If you stay over on a Saturday night, you may be treated to the Amish version of Sunday morning rush hour. Clop, clop down the street as church goers are on their way to Services. It gives you a small glimpse into what country life may have been like 150 years ago.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Response from Laurie Bushnell, Owner at The Inn at Twin Linden
Responded Aug 9, 2021
Thank you so much! I'm so happy you two enjoyed your stay. Please return soon for some new breakfast ideas and some R&R. Laurie
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SunnySet wrote a review Jul 2021
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The room was quite impressive. . .it's layout and decorating. Our schedule was hectic. Laurie was very helpful in seeing to our needs. Next time hope to stay a little longer to fully take in the sites.
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Date of stay: July 2021
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Response from Laurie Bushnell, Owner at The Inn at Twin Linden
Responded Aug 9, 2021
Thank you so much! Yes, please do return to take in and enjoy beautiful Lancaster County. Laurie
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HickoryRidge wrote a review Jun 2021
Greenbelt, Maryland81 contributions30 helpful votes
One takes a vacation to the PA Dutch Country for two reasons: (1) deals and steals at the outlets and (2) rest and relaxation listening to the clop-clop of the horse and buggies trotting outside the front door. For foodies, one also has two options: (1) quantity: eating to excess at smorgasbords and family dining restaurants the size of airplane hangars and (2) quality: local gems and Dutch Country cuisine in non-gargantuan portions. Staying at the Inn at Twin Linden was ideal. We shopped to excess at the outlets, the Lancaster Central Market, Wilbur’s Chocolates in Lititz, and the antique shops in Adamstown: a trip in itself. By the way, once you try Wilbur’s Chocolates, you will see Hershey for what it is: a mass produced snack that is NOT a confection. Quality, not quantity. We did NOT want to eat to excess. Breakfast at the Inn at Twin Linden under the baton of Laurie was a three-course five-star experience. After shopping to excess, the Inn gave us the R&R we craved. Location was perfect: away from everything yet near to everything. For those with mobility issues, there are no first floor rooms and stairs take you to your room. Unless you use a wheelchair, you will be rewarded by exquisite rooms with expansive bathrooms: all private en suite for every guest room. And if you can handle a two floor ascent, book the Palladian Room. The views of the countryside are simply sublime. The separate jacuzzi for two will give your feet and back the relief they need after a day of shopping to excess. If you want the true PA Dutch Country experience and NOT gain ten pounds to do so, the Inn at Twin Linden is your only choice. We had such a good time that we extended our stay. SO the right decision!!
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Date of stay: June 2021Trip type: Traveled
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Response from Laurie Bushnell, Owner at The Inn at Twin Linden
Responded Jul 11, 2021
A great big thank you for staying with us and for such a lovely and thoughtful review. It was truly a pleasure to have you as our guests and for an extra day to enjoy the parade. Who doesn't love the perfect hometown Memorial Day Parade in Churchtown, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania! It's the best by far. Glad you could share in the festivities! Come back soon with Jack's new hip and up to Palladian you go!
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Kris H wrote a review Mar 2021
Kaysville, Utah3 contributions
Such a charming place! Laurie is a delightful host and had everything ready for our stay, even with a last minute reservation. The home is beautiful - very clean, well preserved and beautifully decorated. All the comforts and elegant touches. And the three-course gourmet breakfast is amazing. A lovely place to land for an overnight stay in Amish country.
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Date of stay: March 2021
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Response from Laurie Bushnell, Owner at The Inn at Twin Linden
Responded Apr 7, 2021
Thank you so much Kris. It was a pleasure to have you here as my guests! I hope the move went well! Laurie
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$112 - $182 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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United StatesPennsylvaniaLancaster CountyChurchtown
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Frequently Asked Questions about The Inn at Twin Linden
Which popular attractions are close to The Inn at Twin Linden?
Nearby attractions include Shady Maple Farm Market (4.9 miles), September Farm Cheese (2.6 miles), and Good's Store (3.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at The Inn at Twin Linden?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The Inn at Twin Linden?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, a lounge, and a snack bar during their stay.
Is parking available at The Inn at Twin Linden?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The Inn at Twin Linden?
Conveniently located restaurants include Shady Maple Smorgasbord, September Farm, and Nuse's Deli.
Is The Inn at Twin Linden located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.8 miles away from the center of Churchtown.