Profitez de la vie dans la voie lente à l'une des maisons les plus photographiées au comté de Lancaster. Situé dans le quartier historique de Strasbourg, cette maison de 200 ans est cotée sur le registre national des lieux historiques et des sites historiques du comté de Lancaster Register. Construit pour un marchand local en 1786, cette résidence élégante calcaire logé le premier chef de Burgess de Strasbourg et le premier bureau de poste en 1805. De 1839 à 1860, le directeur de l'Académie de Strasbourg embarqué jusqu'à 50 garçons fréquentent l'école qui a été érigée derrière la maison.
5 sur janvier 26, 2015
Our stays at the Limestone Inn are always wonderful experiences! The hosts, Denise & Rick, are warm and welcoming and do whatever they can to make our stay comfortable and relaxing. The inn is spotless and the food is delicious! We highly recommend the Limestone Inn!
5 sur janvier 24, 2015
Six "girl" family members spend a memorable week in October at the Limestone Inn. Couldn't have been better in every way. Our thanks to Denise and Rick for making our time truly one to remember.
5 sur novembre 30, 2014
What a wonderful place to stay! I have stayed here twice and will go back again if I am in the area. The owners are kind, generous people who provide just the right of balance of privacy and hospitable welcome. The rooms are beautiful and the entire inn is impeccably clean! The breakfasts are DELICIOUS and sumptuous...not your ordinary cereal and eggs. The owners are incredible cooks. The first time I was there, I was traveling alone and felt safe and immediately at home. The second time I treated my nieces (in their 20's) to a stay there with me and they LOVED it! It is located in a small town that is filled with quaint shops. You will awaken to the clip-clop of horse-drawn Amish buggies riding by. It is not far at all (5-10 min.) from the hustle and bustle of the outlets in Lancaster, but far enough away to be peaceful and quiet. The Site and Sound Theatre is a 3 minute drive from the Inn. Bird-in-Hand is about 15 min. north. Heading to the southeast, it is a 45 min. - 1hr. drive to Newark, DE. The location was perfect for me! If you decide to stay at the Limestone Inn, you will be experiencing its history, hospitality, amazing food and perfect locale. You will not be disappointed!
4,6 sur octobre 15, 2014
We have stayed at two other B&B's in the area, but this one was best by far. The rooms were nice and comfortable. The breakfasts each day were awesome and the host was friendly and made you feel at home. Evening snacks were greatly appreciated and tasty. Will be back.
5 sur octobre 04, 2014
This stay was outstanding. Denise is friendly and professional and the inn is a comfortable place to relax. Her breakfasts were outstanding! I would definitely stay here again.
4,6 sur septembre 25, 2014
Everything was great!
4,6 sur août 17, 2014
Very pleasant and hospitable hostess Delicious breakfast, suitable to our diet needs Beautiful home, delightfully and interestingly furnished
5 sur juillet 06, 2014
This B&B lived up to every online promise! The innkeeper could not have been more hospitable (her breakfasts were imaginative and delicious!); the room was spacious and clean and very comfortable. This definitely will be our "home base" when we find ourselves in Lancaster County again. Kudos to Denise and her family!
5 sur juillet 05, 2014
This is the second time we stayed at The Limestone Inn. I am happy to report that it is still the nicest B&B we experienced. We stayed in the 3rd floor rooms. Very clean and very relaxing. In my opinion, this is the best run B&B around. If you stay here, be sure to take a short walk to Sugar in Top Doughnut shop right off Main Street just a few blocks away. Oh yes, I almost forgot..The breakfast served by Denise so good! I love Strasburg!
5 sur juin 27, 2014
Several friends and I biked to Strasburg from Philadelphia. We received A1 service. They opened their garage to our bicycles and adjusted their breakfast schedule to accommodate ours.
Proche aéroport, Ville, A la campagne, Centre ville, Petite ville, Périphérie, Village
Lancaster, PA (LNS) 10 miles
3 miles au sud sur la route 896 à partir de l'intersection avec la Route 30.
Parc d'attractions, Antiquaires , Galeries d'art, Lieu de concert, Dîner gastronomique, Sites historiques, Lac, Concerts, Cinéma , Musée, Parcs nationaux/régionaux, Zone naturelle, Boutiques, Théâtre, Zone de pic-nic, Services religieux, Rivière, Vignoble, Entreprise vinicole
Bed and Breakfast
Climatisation, Jeux de société, Copieur, Fax, Bibliothèque, Entrée indépendante, Réception chaînes satellite, TV, Téléphone, Magnétoscope, Internet par câble
Réveil, Peignoirs, Bureau, Cheminée, Sèche-cheveux, Planche à repasser, Radio
Pistes cyclables, Shopping, Excursion
Rick and Denise Waller and Daughters