Our turn-of-the-Century home recalls the rural life a century ago. A wrap around porch and quiet gazebo provide places to relax, read or watch the Amish buggies ride by. Each room has a 20" cabled TV for your enjoyment. Our small orchard provides fruit for the breakfast table.
5 on September 12, 2016
We recently booked three nights at the Walnut Lawn and wished we had more time here. It is a lovely house and Beth was a fantastic host. Breakfast was ample and outstanding. The beds and the sheets were exceptional. Beth was able to steer us to some wonderful parts of Lancaster County. The gazebo in the back was a wonderful place to picnic after a long day.
4.2 on August 18, 2016
Fantastic food, clean, comfortable room. Beth was very friendly,and made us feel at home. She was very accommodating.
5 on July 28, 2016
We had an awesome time winding down from the hustle of everyday work/home. Beth was very informative of places to send us to venture into the Lancaster City area, as well as a couple of great vineyards that were on our way back to - unfortunately - reality. Her B&B was ever so-relaxing just sitting on the front porch and just being. Her hospitality was excellent. She had great cookies and coffee; the breakfast was outstanding. I would love to make this an annual event. It sure beats the hotel atmosphere. Thank you Beth.
5 on July 02, 2016
We loved our stay at Walnut Lawn! Beth was so friendly and helpful, and what great breakfasts she made each morning! Our room was so pretty and comfortable, and we loved relaxing on the front porch.
4.8 on June 25, 2016
The place is awesome, Beth is so inviting making everyone feel very comfortable. The three course breakfast was to die for, just wish we had a Keurig in the room or in the lobby area.
5 on June 24, 2016
My stay at the Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast was one of pleasure and relaxation. The hostess, Beth, was a kind and gracious person and it was obvious that she took such pride and good care of the place. The breakfast was delicious there was such a atmosphere of peace and calmness. I would definitely return to this place !
5 on June 07, 2016
My boyfriend and I stayed here Memorial Day Weekend, and we LOVED it! Beth was wonderful and kind. Her breakfasts were amazing, and she took care to work around our food allergies. This place is perfect if you want to get away from the city and enjoy peace and quiet and great hospitality. We'll definitely be back!
5 on March 27, 2016
I do not give reviews often as I am very busy. I own a business as well as my husband owning a tree service but I had to leave a review on the Bed and Breakfast. First of all when we arrived Beth made us feel so at home, It was as if we had known her forever. She was more than willing to give information on where to go for a bite to eat. She showed us to our rooms, explained everything. Breakfast was delicious and so organized and just perfect and peaceful. She went around the table a few times warming coffee and making sure everyone had everything they needed. We only stayed 1 night and she made such an impression on myself and my husband, it felt as if we were leaving a friend when we left her Bed and breakfast/home.We will be staying with Beth again I'm sure! The area was gorgeous as well!
4.6 on December 02, 2015
We enjoyed our stay at Walnut Lawn B&B. Beth is a gracious host and her breakfast each morning was amazing. We frequent Lancaster County and we plan to include Walnut Lawn B&B as part of our itinerary.
4.8 on August 29, 2015
We stayed at the Walnut Lawn Bed & Breakfast while in town for a show at the Bird In Hand. Beth greeted us at the front door, and from the moment we entered until we departed, we felt very welcomed. As one Inn Keeper to another, we had a friendly conversation sharing some thoughts and ideas. Beth is a fairly new Inn Keeper and I predict she is going to do a fantastic job at her newly established B&B. Our time at the Walnut Lawn B&B was very pleasant and enjoyable. It is always nice sharing conversation around the breakfast table and meeting guests from far and wide. The breakfast was yummy, especially the baked oatmeal. Best wishes Beth as an official Inn Keeper. Copper Roof Bed & Breakfast...Becky
One advantage of Lancaster County is its four seasons. Each season is unique and has its own set of holidays and celebrations. This second floor guest room has a queen bed that will make your stay comfortable and relaxing. Enjoy the beauty of our small orchard and garden fountain from your room. Adding to the interest of this room is a full private bath that is accessed through huge chestnut doors which formerly enclosed an indoor 'water closet'.
Nightly Rate: $125 - $125
A quilt is a work of art and a labor of love. In this warm second floor guest room, you will find beautiful examples of quilts from the Amish and Mennonite communities. This guest room features a California King bed with a private powder room. The Quilt room has a full private bath located outside the room for the exclusive use of guests in this room. After a busy day visiting the areas many attractions, you can relax and enjoy the view from the private balcony overlooking the Gazebo.
Nightly Rate: $140 - $140
Decorated with beautiful watercolor of flowers and butterflies, this room brings a sense summer bounty. This spacious second floor guest room has a comfy king bed and a large private bathroom with a shower. An all-season fireplace and a canopy give a romantic accent to the room.
Nightly Rate: $140 - $140
This European size guest room overlooks our small orchard and a garden fountain surrounded by flowers of the season. Enjoy the beauty of the Wisteria bush cascading over the Pergola. The bright and airy room features a queen bed, a private bathroom with shower stall, and cable TV.
Nightly Rate: $110 - $110
Lancaster, PA (LNS) 12 miles
Coming from the west, take Route 30 east, exit at 462, Lincoln Highway E. Turn right at end of ramp and then left onto Strasburg Pike. Go 2.5 miles and turn right onto Pioneer Rd. Go .8 mile and turn left onto Book Road. We are last driveway on right. Coming from the east, take PA 741 from village of Gap west 12 miles to Walnut Lawn.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Sight & Sound Theatres, Strasburg Railroad, Hans Herr House, Hershey Park, Wheatland, Ephrata Cloister, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Religious Services, River, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery