Victorian Era design complete with fish scale gables, octagonal and round turret and a large veranda on three sides. Enter the home through leaded glass mahogany doors from Honduras into a four story foyer. The chandelier in the foyer and dining room ar Moruno glass from Venice Italy. The floors and trim are from local oak trees, kiln dried and milled in Lancaster County. An ebony credenza from Italy is displayed in the parlor. The guest bedrooms are furnished with a blend of Victorian, colonial and antique furniture. Each room has a full bath, balcony, fireplace, refrig and microwave. The second floor has a cozy gathering room. An elevator allows easy access to all floors. The lower level has a large open room with ping pong, pool table, excercise room. A glass door leads outside to a brick patio sorrounded with beautiful lighted landscaping, water falls and two water gardens with brightly colored fish.
5 on November 18, 2015
Hard to believe that this wonderful BnB is only 2.5 hours from DC. Easy to get to and easy to get to everything in Lancaster. The house is amazing and Bert and Rich and the ladies who help make you fell like your visiting a relative. I can't wait to return. I must for all travels who enjoy a BNB experience
4.6 on November 11, 2015
This bed and breakfast is stunning! We got there after dark and it was all lighted up and by day you get gorgeous views of the flower beds and pond as well as the country side since the B&B is ona hill. Rooms were immaculately clean and beautiful. The service was outstanding.
5 on October 20, 2015
If you want to stay at an inn that has absolutely breathtaking views, beautiful rooms, outstanding breakfasts, and the most friendliest and warm hearted innkeepers, you must stay at the Hurst House! Our favorite!!
4.8 on October 16, 2015
We had never been to this part of the United States. Our hosts were extremely helpful is directing us to many interesting events and locations. My wife was ecstatic about the quaint homes and the Amish horse drawn buggies. The Hurst House is a magnificently designed and maintained bed and breakfast. Bert and Rich made us feel like family, but still catered to our wants. I was happy that their descriptions of their home were very accurate. BTW: I do not recommend going to the Hershey chocolate venues because the little enjoyment we had did not make up for the effort it took to get there. However, I do recommend going to Gettysburg and taking the two hour bus tour.
4.8 on October 16, 2015
Bert and Rich were wonderful proprietors. They greeted us warmly, showed us around their beautiful home and property and made sure we got settled into our rooms comfortably. They were happy to give us information on day trips and routes to take to see the beauty of their area. They were happy to share information and history of the Mennonites and Amish with us. The morning breakfast were a wonderful time to talk with and meet the other guests. This trip was a healing time for our family and my great niece that was with me and I fell in love with Nigel and the game room. The sunrises and sunsets and looking out into the valleys of the Amish and Mennonites never got old. I would love to have a Nigel and game room of my own. My great niece is already planning a trip back when she becomes a senior. We entered as strangers but left as friends. We left as friends but felt like we have family in Pennsylvania.
5 on October 09, 2015
Hurst House is our favorite inn in Amish country!!! It has breath taking views, delicious breakfasts, superior rooms, and the friendliest and most knowledgeable innkeepers!! Highly recommended!!!
4.0 on October 09, 2015
The beauty of Lancaster shines even brighter with a stay at the Hurst House. The main home, gathering areas, private rooms and grounds are impeccable in all regards. The hospitality, service and breakfast deserves a five star rating. Great value and worthy of many return visits. Fred & Rosemary, Hamilton, NJ
3.8 on October 08, 2015
2nd time we stay here.....Rich and Bert are excellent hosts....the home is beautiful with a wonderful view.
5 on October 03, 2015
Wonderful place and beautiful scenery! Jim and Jill Burns
5 on September 14, 2015
The Hurst House Bed & Breakfast was the most enjoyable B&B that we have ever stayed in. The food was excellent and the rooms were simply gorgeous. We thoroughly enjoyed every minute of our stay.
Flower Garden Room... blooms with flowers. At the top of a grand sweeping staircase you will find this romantic hideaway. Discover a sumptuous, mahogany queen size bed with floral hand-stitched quilt and lace canopy.
Golden Pond Room... glows with handsome, sunlit warmth. Located on the northwest corner it has an astonishing view of the lake and setting sun. The furniture is golden oak with a King size bed displaying a handmade patchwork Postage Stamp quilt.
Swan Lake Room... soothes your soul with hues of blue. Relax on a queen size brass bed while surrounded by the décor of graceful swans. Store your getaway apparel in an antique walnut dresser with curly wood accents.
Bird Paradise Room... chirps with song. This cheerfully pleasant room contains a Honduran mahogany queen size bed and beautiful Victorian lamps. Delight in a splendid northern view of the lake and scenic Lancaster County farms.
Victorian Rose Room... blossoms with stately elegance. This exceptional room is furnished with a luxurious Honduran mahogany king size bed, antiques, and Victorian accessories. Enjoy a sunlit southern view of bountiful Lancaster County farms.
Farming Country, Amish Community, Airport, City, Countryside, Small town, Wine country
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 30 miles
From Lancaster: Travel north on Route 272 to south Route 772 turn right. go into Brownstown, turn left at light onto East Main St. Turn right at west Farnersville Rd. cross bridge, go approximately 3 miles to 154 East Farmersville Rd. and our sign "The Hurst House", turn left to top of hill, Victorian House. From Ephrata and Reading: Traveling from Routes 222 and 332, go East on Route 322 approximately 2 miles. Turn right on East Farmersville Rd. (Martin's Bike Shop). Go approximately 2 1/2 miles to 154 East Farmersville Rd. and our sign "The Hurst House". Turn right, up hill to Victorian House.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Library, Piano, Telephone, Wedding Facilities , Walking area by the lake, Feed the swans
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, Computer, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Billiards, Walking trail, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Table Tennis