The Boxwood Bed & Breakfast sits back off the main street with a winding driveway lined with daisies. The front porch is a perfect place to enjoy your 1st cup of coffee in the morning.
The Hunt Room is the largest room in the B&B. It is a corner room with 7 windows. The bathroom has a Jacuzzi tub and a walk-in shower. It is decorated in navy blue and hunter green colors. There is an overstuffed chair that pulls out into a twin bed.
The Amish room is a large corner room looking out onto the farm across the road and the front of the property. It has a queen size bed and a large walk-in shower in the bath. The genuine Amish quilt is called "log cabin" and the room is decorated with antiques and traditional Amish quilt colors.
a view from the patio that includes our spring house, stream and spacious backyard. A great place to take a stroll and clear out the cobwebs.
The Boxwood B&B is a neighbor to a Mennonite farm. On Sunday mornings you can hear the clip-clop of the horse-drawn buggies on their way to Sunday service.
The Carriage House has a king bed, sofa coffee table and flat screen TV. There is a small balcony that overlooks the back yard. Babies and dogs are welcome in the carriage house!!
Boasting over 3 acres in a rural setting at the edge of town the Boxwood's back yard offers an expanse of grass and chestnut trees with a small stream bordering the wooods.
The Carriage House is separate from the Inn and is dog friendly!! The fireplace is wood burning and the bathroom has a Jacuzzi tub and a shower.
The Boxwood Inn gives you the opportunity to escape into a quiet and peaceful setting. Situated in the peaceful countryside on over 3 acres in Akron, PA (10 miles north of Lancaster) this stone farmhouse dates back to 1768 and has been renovated with the modern comforts in a historic setting.Enjoy a cup of tea in the Garden Room or walk the grounds and enjoy the ageless boxwoods and century old chestnut and black walnut trees.Relax on the slate patio and enjoy the peaceful sounds of the natural stream that winds through the edge of the back yard.