Brownstone Colonial Inn is a beautifully restored 18th century Georgian sandstone farmhouse built by German Mennonite settlers. Situated on 7 country acres, the Brownstone offers 4 period-authentically furnished rooms featuring locally handcrafted furniture, wide plank floors, lofty windowsills, private bathrooms, comfortable sitting areas with TV and wireless high-speed internet. Enjoy a home-cooked country breakfast by open-hearth fireplace in the summer kitchen and a leisurely walk by our flower and water gardens or nearby nature trails. "Take a step back in time . . ."
5 on June 27, 2016
The Brownstone Colonial Inn is a great facility that dates back to 1790, however it has all the current conveniences,(private baths, A/C,modern kitchen). Brenda and Mark go out of their way to make you feel very welcome and comfortable. I had requested in advance some information about Sunday evening church services and she had available several options for us. We will stay there again.
We are so glad you enjoyed your stay in our restored colonial-era farmhouse. The main house does indeed date to the 1790's; however, we believe the summer kitchen may be as old as 1750's, as the barn had a date stone of 1759! Those original settlers may have built the kitchen area first, staked their claim on the land, then built the barn next, which was pretty important in the day! We look forward to your next visit at the Brownstone Colonial Inn!
5 on June 14, 2016
Great place you have, I drove extra 100 miles, one way, to visit. I always choose places with best customer feedback on country lanes. On this trip I benchmarked six places on country lanes (in MA, PA, NY, ...) before and after posh conference hotel in Boston, which was silly expensive but nothing like your place. I will come back next time
We are honored and totally blown away by how much you researched and then went out of your way to find and stay with us! We love what we do and are glad that it shows! Blessings and safe travels!
5 on May 21, 2016
Would recommend this Inn, we had an enjoyable stay. Friendly innkeepers who provided comfortable rooms and delicious breakfast.
Thank you for your kind review! We are glad you found us to be friendly and engaging! We truly enjoy meeting and interacting with our guests from all over the globe, especially conversations around our breakfast table! We hope to see you again soon at the Brownstone Colonial Inn.
5 on April 20, 2016
Had a lovely two night stay in the countryside...just what we were looking for. Both Brenda and Mark were wonderful hosts. Brenda is an exceptional cook and served us fresh made breakfast each morning....nothing like those horrible buffets at the hotels.
Thank you for taking the time to review our inn! Your words "fresh made breakfast each morning" denotes the local pork and brown eggs from our neighboring farms, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables from our own garden, trees and berry plants!
5 on April 19, 2016
The Brownstone Inn was a home away from home for my family. It was our first trip to a B & B with our children and they enjoyed their stay. The Innkeepers, Brenda and Mark are excellent hosts, they helped our kids to be comfortable there. Our suite was exceptionally clean and quiet. Brenda cooks fantastic breakfasts. I would definitely recommend the Inn to friends and family.
Thank you for your kind words! I still am amazed that your daughter was able to put together our most difficult puzzle, which we adults have not been able to figure out! Our policy for accommodating young children is such that "well-behaved children age 5 and older are welcome"! Yours were amazingly quiet!
5 on February 15, 2016
This is as good as it gets as far as bed and breakfast inns go! Brenda and Mark have perfected the perfect blend of hospitality, coziness, and charm to make for a wonderful experience. We spent the Valentine's Day weekend here, and could not have asked for a better time. The inn itself is itself a well-preserved step back in time. My partner and I had a small room on the second floor. It was the perfect size, and was replete with a sleigh bed and antique, heirloom furnishings. The mattress was a dream to sleep on, and the bedding was clean and warm. The ensuite bathroom was clean, and the inn provides linens and some small additions like bottled water and mint chocolates. There is also wifi for those that need to stay connected. In addition, there is a common room available to all guests that has a TV, a coffee/tea station, and some boardgames for personal use. The homemade breakfasts are worth being up and adam by breakfast time. Brenda is a wonderful cook, and her recipes exude a warmth that made us want to return for seconds. I highly recommend this bed and breakfast if you are visiting Lancaster County!
Thank you for this great review - you are most articulate and summarized our services very well! We are glad you had such an enjoyable time and look forward to seeing you again in the future!
5 on November 12, 2015
My friend & I stayed at Brownstone Colonial B&B in Reinholds for 2 nights as a quiet getaway to shopping, sight seeing etc. A really nice place with great hosts, Brenda & Mark. Very clean & comfy with Brenda making us a great breakfast every morning. We would definitely stay here again. And the price was right!!
Thanks so much for submitting an online review! I love cooking and baking, and hopefully that shows in the breakfasts I whip up the mornings! We're glad we could provide the getaway you were looking for!
4.6 on November 12, 2015
A stay at the Brownstone Colonial Inn is a charming step-back-in-time with all the comforts of our present day cleverly hidden from sight. The Queen Ann room is lovely and spacious, and it provided my husband and I with much needed rest with its comfortable bed, cozy flannel sheets, and countryside quiet. The bathroom was equally charming with a look of the past yet with our modern-day facilities. Each morning, it was so pleasant to just walk downstairs to a delicious breakfast along with other residents and our amiable hosts.
Thank you for taking the time to review our inn! We take much pride in the painstaking renovations, always with the goal in mind of restoring our sandstone farmhouse to its 18th century charm! We're glad you've noticed and appreciated those touches!
4.0 on November 07, 2015
Differnt and great breakfasts after good nights
5 on October 24, 2015
The B&B is located in a pretty countryside away from big streets. The Owners are very kind and attentive. Brenda has a good feeling for one's needs and makes good and helpful suggestions. Our room "The Shaker's Suite" is nicely furnished and decorated. The Bed is also very comfortable. Every morning we had a delicious breakfast made of local products. If we're coming to the area again, we definitely will come back.
Thank you for your kind words! One of my favorite things about running our bed and breakfast is connecting with our guests and discovering what they most like to see and do in the area, which is rich in culture, history, theatre and shopping!
Queen Birch Antique Rope Bed and Twin Bed&amp;#13;&amp;#10;Private Bath&amp;#13;&amp;#10;Free wireless high-speed internet
Nightly Rate: $109 - $109
Nightly Rate: $109 - $109
Queen Cherry Sleigh Bed Granny Rocker Original Shaker Peg Boards Firebox Private Bath Free wireless high-speed internet
Nightly Rate: $99 - $99
Nightly Rate: $99 - $99
Queen Cherry Sleigh Bed First Floor Wheelchair Accessibility; Original Shaker Peg Boards Deluxe Bath with Shower Sprays and Old-fashioned Style Water Closet Free wireless high-speed internet In-room flat-screen TV
Nightly Rate: $119 - $119
Nightly Rate: $119 - $119
Queen Cherry Pencil Post Bed Original Shaker Peg Boards Adjoining Reading Room with Desk and Sofa Bed Private Bath Free wireless high-speed internet In-room large flat-screen TV
Nightly Rate: $139 - $139
Nightly Rate: $139 - $139
Airport, Countryside, Mountains, Small town
Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 60 miles
From Rt. 222 between Reading and Lancaster, take the turnpike/Denver exit; follow signs to Rt. 272 North; merge right onto Rt. 272 North. At next light, turn left onto Rt. 897 North. Go 3 miles for 4-way stop. Go straight and almost 2 more miles to Blainsport (small country store called Weaver's on right). Turn right onto Blainsport Rd. Travel 1.3 miles and the Brownstone will be on your right; turn right onto Galen Hall Rd. and left into driveway.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Amish cultural attractions, Hiking/biking areas, Sports stadiums/arenas, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Piano, Private entrance, Secretarial services, Telephone, VCR, Videos , Bicycle friendly!, Water garden with park bench, In-room massage available upon request
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Internet Service, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Bird watching, Boating, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Bowling, Roller Skating, Ice Skating, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Swimming, Swimming pool, Table Tennis, Tennis courts, Water sports
Brenda and Mark Miller
Brenda loves cooking, gardening and all that goes with that territory; ie., canning, freezing, making jams and jellies. She also enjoys music and plays the piano, flute and guitar. Mark retired as an airline pilot and and enjoys restoring vintage Mustangs and Ford trucks. Together the Millers enjoy their adult sons, as well as involvement with the local church and community.
Restrictive , Vegetarian gluten intolerant
Fresh Fruit Pizza
A delightful sugar cookie crust spread with a cream cheese filling and topped with fresh fruit arrangement and lemon glaze over all!