Amish aesthetics and modern luxuries in Pennsylvania.
Amidst the rolling hills of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, where horse-drawn buggies evoke times gone by and Amish conversations fill the air, Lancaster County proudly showcases its vibrant culture. The region resonates with the arts, boasts noteworthy museums, treasures antiques, and celebrates both dance and theater. At the heart of this cultural tapestry stands an oasis of romance and resplendent charm—The Inn and Spa at Intercourse Village.
A harmonious blend of heritage and high-end comforts.
Dating back to 1909, the Inn's hallways echo with the footsteps of those who once walked them. With chestnut woodwork preserved in its original condition and furnishings reflecting the time period, staying at the Inn feels like a journey into the past. Each room, named after past residents, immerses guests in its rich historical narrative.
Arrive as guests, depart as friends.
Every corner of the Inn whispers of luxury and attention to detail. From the cozy embrace of the Main House to the expansive allure of the Country Homestead building, there's an ambiance tailored to your every desire. Modern amenities like flat-screen televisions and seasonal gas fireplaces complement the charming atmosphere, while cotton bathrobes await, ready to envelop you in velvety warmth.
Wake up to the inviting aroma of Chef Carl's culinary masterpieces, each dish a celebration of Lancaster's rich agrarian roots. Delight in the Lancaster Haystack, a symphony of poached eggs, cheddar, and sausage gravy, or let the sweet harmony of strawberry-rhubarb French toast dance on your palate. From smoked chicken hash crowned with apple chutney to the creamy embrace of dill Parmesan cream sauce on poached eggs, breakfast here is an exquisite journey of flavors, crafted with love and local produce. And it doesn't end there—Lancaster County is a foodie haven. Much of the food is grown and produced in town, from homemade cheese to butchered meats, so you'll get a true taste of the countryside.