My wife and I celebrated our 20th Anniversary at the Adamstown Inn, where we stayed in the Redcay Room. The stay far exceeded our expectations. When we arrived, we were greeted by the owners, who gave us a nice tour of the facility and the ammenities available to us. We were then told of all the available things to see, do and eat in the local area. We proceeded to our room and took in the large, pillow-laden, comforter-piled bed and large jacuzzi. The temperature of the room was great throughout the stay. Some of the other comments mentioned old games (this is the "Antique Capital of the World"). They were enjoyable and brought many fond memories. We had dinner at Lillie's in Ephrata (on suggestion of the owners) and had a truly "Fine" dining experience at a reasonable price. Most fine-dining establishments offer artistic meals leaving you hungry. Lillies had the art, but you will not leave hungry. Others also commented on the breakfast. The continental-plus breakfast is just that. It was very good. Having lived in Europe, I expected much less. Some of the items may not be to everyone's liking, but you will find something and plenty of it. Ceral was also offered if you would like. (Great Hot Chocolate). Wanda (the owner) was present for all of our meals and at checkout. She was never intrusive, but was available for any needs, questions or concerns. The touches were very nice...chocolates the first day, biscotti the next. As we were there to celebrate our anniverary, there was a bottle of bubbly (non-alchololic) and CD. All information about our trip was diligently written down on a reservation slip and the staff was versed in our details. Finally, others complained of small rooms, noise and squeaks. This is an old house. This is to be expected. To lose this would take away the charm of staying in a place like this. You may as wll stay in a concrete and cinder-block establishment if you don't like it. Besides, traveling as much as I do, I hear more noise in those other facilities. The Redcay Room was very spacious, bigger than most rooms in modern houses. The bathroom itself was as large as most modern bedrooms. Was this place worth it????? Yes, it's a little pricey, but for a nice getaway and the wonderful experience we had....it was well worth it.
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- The Amethyst Inn, a Lancaster PA Bed and Breakfasts located in the heart of Antiques Capital in Lancaster County’s Amish country. We are minutes from outlet shopping, historical sites and golf ... more less
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