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.
4.8 on November 08, 2014
Stayed 4 days in interesting Lancaster. Lark and Michael gave us excellent advice and explanations. Beautiful house, lovely decorations, tasty breakfasts, made us feel at home.
4.8 on October 15, 2014
Lark and Michael were very accommodating and friendly. The house was gorgeous and comfortable. Our bed was a little on the firm side, but other than that, no complaints. We would definitely stay here again!
4.6 on September 21, 2014
We stayed at Lovelace Manor mid-week for one night as part of a business trip. It was perfect. Centrally located, reasonable price, relaxing and way more fun than the usual chain. Lark and Michael adjusted breakfast time so I could make a meeting the next morning. Think about it . . . . David Basri www.pointent.com
5 on September 03, 2014
We have been staying at the Lovelace Manor for 6 years. Every year we are more than pleased with the quality of the rooms, the cleanliness and the hospitality of the Inn Keepers! Every year we bring more of our friends with us to share the experience. If you are thinking of visiting Lancaster, you don't want to miss this place!
5 on August 04, 2014
Lovelace Manor provided a delightful stay. The room was comfortable. The house was attractive. And the Innkeepers worked to make the stay memorable. Breakfasts were attractive, original and social; the innkeepers sat with the guests at breakfast and offered local insight into visiting the Amish country. There is little doubt that we would stay again at Lovelace Manor on our next visit to Lancaster.
5 on July 31, 2014
What a beautiful place and the hosts are such lovely people. We will be staying again!
5 on July 15, 2014
Lark was so sweet, I had to leave early for business and she still got up and made me breakfast! Thank you!
4.0 on June 04, 2014
Our late arrival didn't cause a flat with our hosts. Both were very gracious and helpful. they were more than accommodating.
5 on April 27, 2014
We are a middle aged couple and visited for six nights on our honeymoon. We could not have picked a more perfect inn. Lark and Michael were wonderful hosts, and saw to our every need. The breakfast was delicious, and the presentation was second to none. I realized shortly after arriving that I had not brought a charger for my smartphone, and Michael had one he let me use during our stay. Lark has put together a back roads route, with many Amish owned businesses highlighted, which we fully enjoyed. They also lined up a meal at one of their Amish friends' homes for us, which was priceless. We would not hesitate to stay at Lovelace Manor again. Try it; you will not be disappointed!
5 on March 20, 2014
Great room, great food, and great area! We are a younger couple with a taste for charming B&B's and it is hard to find one with it all. The Lovelace has a balance of Victorian decor with modern touches. The Innkeepers are fabulous, and very helpful! Lancaster has a lot to offer and the Innkeepers have a whole room full of suggestions from places to eat, to museums, and other great things to do while you are there. The house is flawless, and breakfast service is amazing and the price is right; we couldn't have asked for more on our honeymoon and wouldn't think twice about staying here again the next time we are in the area! It's just a GREAT place to get away!
Located on the northeast corner of the house is the Althea room furnished with light pine and wicker. The soothing palette of creams and pastels suggest a peaceful atmosphere. The four poster canopy bed is draped with sheers to reflect the light from the four oversized windows with original wooden shutters. A modern bathroom with a shower is located in the room.
$125 - $150
Our largest room, Lucasta, features a king size bed, large armoire with a 27&quot; TV and VCR and a pair of inlaid antique chairs. The large mahogany desk offers business travelers comfortable workspace along with a private phone line and high speed internet access. The private in-room bath features the original tile and fixtures from when it was added to the house in 1947.
$155 - $170
Delightfully decorated, the Ellinda room features a mahogany queen size bed topped with a hand knotted canopy with roses entwined to evoke romance and relaxation. An electric fireplace offers a little extra ambiance anytime of the year. The original marble sink and comfortable modern bathroom with a shower is located in the room
$135 - $150
If you desire privacy and elegance, the Rose Suite is for you. Located in the rear of the house, the large bedroom has a king size bed with a partial canopy over the handmade headboard. An antique oak secretary and dresser remind you of the years gone by. At night you can enjoy the glow and warmth from the electric fireplace in the bedroom or in the separate sitting room. The original 1882 bathroom offers an oversized canopy-draped clawfoot tub with a handheld shower.
$175 - $190
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 30 miles
Conveniently located off Route 30, the major east/west route through Lancaster. Take the Rohrerstown Rd /Route 741 exit. Go east on 741 a couple of blocks to Route 23 West/Marietta Ave. Turn right and the house is located two blocks on the left on the corner of Marietta and Elizabeth Street.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Museum, Nature area, Hershey, Gettysburg, Wheatland, Amish Country, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Religious Services, River, Vineyard, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Telephone, Videos
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, DVD Player, In-room internet, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Internet Service, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Billiards, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Shopping, Sight-seeing
Lark and Michael McCarley
Michael spent over 25 years in the upholstery business where he specialized in antique furniture restoration and aircraft interiors. He was most recently a computer consultant. One of Lark¿s interests includes genealogy. One of her more famous ancestors is the great 17th century poet Richard Lovelace, whose works are found throughout the house.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian