With prices like Amish View charges, you might expect top-of-the line service and amenities, but oddly, you don't get them. The rooms are roomy and clean, but there's nothing cozy, folksy or personal about them. The 2-person jacuzzi in the studio suite was literally 10 feet from the king-size bed, with nothing separating, and no drainage visible. There's a useless wash basin in the room, next to the bathroom. The bed covering was pure motel junk, very unseemly for a region world famous for its quilts. The breakfast was ample but unimaginative, with sometimes a long wait for the minimally-talented omelet-maker's service. Coffee was average. The rooms do look out over vast Amish farmlands, a beautiful sight, but you're asked not to open your windows (for some of that fresh farm smell). There is virtually NO information available in the room or the hotel on the many eating establishments in the area (other than the hotel's own). The TV is strictly 20th century. The desk clerk couldn't direct us to the way to I-78.
Stay here if you like silence, Amish views, and sterile hotel management, but by all means check out a B & B iof you have the opportunity. Noise on 340 was surprisingly minimal, a real plus for this hotel, which is abouut a mile from major crafts/food shopping in Intercourse. Excellent swimming pool and large public jacuzzi open 6 am to 11 pmMore
- Free Wifi
- Free Parking