1882 Victorian Mansion in historic Lancaster PA. Located in the middle of Lancaster County, the home of the PA Dutch Amish. Located minutes away from all Lancaster County attractions and Hershey PA.
Historic Lancaster PA 2nd Empire Vistorian Mansion. 4 guest room Bed and Breakfast located minutes from downtown Lancaster and most all Amish attractions.
A full sit down breakfast is served every morning on china crystal and silver. Enjoy home made muffins, fresh fruit, hot entrees and freshly ground coffee or tea!
We are happy to honor any dietary restrictions or special requests.
If you want a little more privacy and romance, you may want to enjoy our smaller breakfast room, upon request.
The Rose Suite with it's king size bed. It has it's own sitting room and private 1882 bathroom with a huge clawfoot bathtub with shower. Our most popular room and located at the back of the home, Bright and sunny with 4 windows, electric fireplace in both the bedroom and sitting room.
The Rose Suites king size bed can be split into 2 twin size beds. Request at time of booking or in advance.
The Rose Suite has it's own private sitting room. A great place to sit and read or watch a movie while not disturbing your partner napping in the main bedroom.
The Ellinda room has a four poster bed, private bath with shower, all-season fireplace, TV with DVD/VCR and wireless internet.
Enjoy the game room here at Lovelace Manor Bed and Breakfast. Billards table, electronic dart board, piano and assorted board games.
The Lucasta Room features a king size bed, private bathroom with shower. An executive desk for the business traveler and private bathroom with shower. 27 inch TV with DVD/VHS to relax and watch a movie from our video library.
Completely stocked butlers pantry open 24 hours a day. Enjoy home made snacks and soft drinks. Coffee and tea any time!
Relax on our porches
Lark and Michael McCarley, Innkeepers, welcome you to Lovelace Manor Bed and Breakfast. Located in Lancaster, the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country, we are just minutes away from numerous historic sites, Amish farmlands, outlet shopping and abundant antiquing. Built in 1882, our home has been described by the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County as one of the more elegant examples of the Second Empire style domestic architecture in the region. From the ornate porches with brackets and pendants, to the interior elements of 11-foot ceilings and etched glass doors, visitors have an opportunity to step back in time. As our guest, you are invited to enjoy complimentary refreshments in the Victorian parlor or on one of the porches. Or if you prefer, a relaxing game of billiards awaits you in the game room. We also provide a collection of books and videos for your enjoyment. And for the business traveler, we provide wireless internet access, telephones and a fax machine for your convenience. Each morning you will be treated to a hearty breakfast including fresh fruit juices, baked goods and hot entrees served in the dining room. We will be glad to accommodate any special dietary restrictions.