What a wonderful bed and breakfast rich in history. Elaine, was passionate about the house and it’s past once as an a local amusement park. The rooms were lovely and clean and the breakfast was delicious. Take time to walk the grounds to see the past building and beautiful flowers. We would definitely stay here again.
Elaine was a great host! Breakfast was delicious. The grounds history is eerily beautiful. Rooms were spacious & clean. Great location- Elaine has a self guided 29 bridge covered bridges tour that was great as well as Amish experiences. Highly recommend!
My husband and I stayed for a weekend to celebrate our 25th anniversary. We stayed in the cottage snd really loved it. It was clean and beautifully decorated. Elaine the hostess could not have been nicer. She was able to explain to us the rich history of Rocky Springs as well as direct us to some off the beaten track attractions of the area. The breakfast was delicious. I would highly recommend staying here if you are in the area and hope to return one day soon!
A friend recommended Rocky Springs for a short spring break, and it did not disappoint. The location is ideal for access to Lancaster and the Amish community, where we were able to purchase quilting material and sample the food. The innkeeper Theresa was welcoming and did her best to adhere to Covid19 protocols, even isolating the room for a day between guest occupancy. We were the only midweek guests and given the run of the place, essentially being left to ourselves for most of the day. Breakfast was the exception where we were able to chat with Theresa, and sample her innovative and interesting three course meals and homemade bread. It was also fun to explore the abandoned old fairground, and try to reconstruct what it must have been like in its heyday from photographs of the walls of the mansion and adjacent bowling alley.…
Rocky Springs Bed and Breakfast has the most amazing breakfast, fresh bread from the oven. The room was clean, very spacious and decorated nicely. Rocky Springs is very close to a Roman Catholic Church we attended and to the Amish community I wanted to visit. This is the second time we come to Lancaster and hoping to return again. One thing to keep in mind is that the town stores and attractions are open Monday to Saturday, only a few on Sundays. Amish restaurants are not open on Sundays. If going Saturday and Sunday only, you might want to get here Saturday morning. God Bless -