We have stayed at Musser's Organic B&B a few times and can't wait to return. Bab puts extra care and attention into each stay, from freshly squeezed juice awaiting you in the fridge, to breakfast made with local organic fruits, even berries from her property. The suites have private entrances, and are beautifully and detailed decorated in local history. She cleans with organic products and uses only organics in the breakfasts. This is very important to us. She is also family friendly, my son started staying here at one and a half and Barb has been so wonderful with him. Playing with him at breakfast, inviting us for walks with her in the evening on the back property. My son also to play all over the big back yard. Location is great for those going to local attractions or historic sites. Barb has a lovely library too where one can curl up with a good book and soak in the refreshing PA Dutch air. She puts extra care into every aspect of your stay while giving you all the privacy you need or want. She has even wrapped lovely cake to part with in beautiful papers and bow. If you want a wonderful B&B experience in the area, this is the place. Barb will make you feel as if you are an old friend coming to stay.
Lastly, my son has multiple severe food allergies and she has gone out of her way to make us things that he could eat and avoids bringing out things he has to avoid. No other place I know would go out of their way to make a person feel so included.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Watch Amish buggies clip-clop by your front windows. Look out the west windows at peaceful views of the barn, gardens and Amish-farmed fields. Read one of the library’s books. Fix meals in your private kitchen with local fresh produce and meats. Fall asleep in a lofted king-sized bed & listen to the sound of rain on the tin roof. Sit in the backyard and hear the birds sing, watch butterflies and hummingbirds in flight, enjoy the flowers and gardens. Venture out to visit the “down-home” goodness of pastoral Lancaster County and beyond.Join the Musser family at their restored home (the village’s former General Store & Post Office) where they’ve spent nearly three decades together. ... more less