My wife and I stayed here 2 nights for a weekend getaway. We just wanted to spend some time exploring Amish Country & this was the perfect place to stay from which to do so. My sister had stayed here on a prior occasion & highly recommeded that we do the same. She was spot on.
The home is part of the Heritage Trail and each room has a private bath. We stayed up on the top floor (the third floor) in the maids chamber and loved it.
The Victorian Guest House is an amazing home filled plenty of historical significance.
It is so well built that it is nearly totally silent inside from the hustle and bustle of the city street sounds just outside the front door. We were the only two in the home one evening and heard not a peep as we played Scrabble in the luxurious grand old parlor/living room. It was quieter than our home. Origianal woodwork...stained glass windows...tons of charm.
Eating breakfast is a throwback to years gone back...
You can almost feel the history emanating from the walls and furniture as you dine.
Hostess Chris is terrific and serves a great breakfast.
She also offers plenty of history about the home and the surrounding areas if you wish.
With six rooms, I would imagine that this B&B is the perfect place for quilting clubs,
or small groups to spend some time. I know it was the perfect place for our getaway weekend.
We would defintely stay here again.