There are some hidden gems you would better not share, because they are so precious and should be kept as a secret----but staying at Mussers B&B is to be shared to put a smile on everyones face after their stay. Barbara is not only very friendly, but skillfully doing delicious organic breakfasts with many fresh fruits, her delicious baked oatmeal and lots more, but she is also maintaining a beautifull little appartment upstairs , thoughtfully decorated and spotless clean with two bedrooms, a kitchen and a nicely decorated living room,the bathroom is small, but with everything you'll need, even organic soap and shower products are provided.But most of all it is ever so quiet and only a stonethrow away from many sightseeing points and barbara will give you all helpfull hints to find them(eg Amish farms, a school and covered bridges)But what I will remember most is to hear the "clipclop "of the Amish little buggies while sitting on the porch of the beautifull former Post Office, while enjoying the evening sun.For us as German rational minded people this was pure wellness.We would love coming back while visiting our son, who spends a year at Mercersburg Academy.
- 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