Welcome to The Lancaster! Your innkeepers, Brad Loman and Keith Jenkins, look forward to enhancing your visits to Lancaster, with elegant lodging, fantastic full gourmet breakfasts, and in-the-know info. Our 1912 Dutch Colonial-style home sits close to the vibrant, creative downtown of Lancaster City, and minutes from the heart of Amish Country. We love Lancaster and want to share it with you! See you soon! Keith Jenkins and Brad Loman The Lancaster Bed and Breakfast
Our premier accommodation, the Hawthorn Suite serves as a spacious and quiet retreat. The queen-size bed shares the main room with a comfortable seating area where you might enjoy evening reading, conversation, or the electric fireplace and Satellite TV/DVD. The suite also includes a large separate dressing room linking the main room to the large bathroom. The bathroom features vintage fixtures including a tiled walk-in shower and a separate oversized soaking tub.
Our Juniper-Chamomile Suite has two adjoining bedrooms, making it perfect for a family or two couples. The Chamomile room has a queen-sized bed and an electric fireplace while the Juniper room features two twin-sized beds and electric fireplace. Both rooms offer Satellite TV/DVD. Accessed from the hall is the adjacent large private bathroom that retains its original fixtures. This bathroom serves only the Juniper-Chamomile Suite. You may book one or both rooms in the Juniper-Chamomile Suite. $130/night for the Juniper or the Chamomile or $200/night for the Suite.
This large room offers comfortable and earthy wicker furnishings. A skylight provides ample sunshine in this pleasant room, and attached is a modern bath. An electric fireplace and Satellite TV/DVD are also present. Just outside the room is a guest refrigerator with complimentary sodas, waters, and snacks, as well as a Keurig machine for coffee and tea. The room is located on the second floor of the Cottage, featuring a semi-private entry. $140/night, double occupancy.
This cheerful yellow room offers comfortable and earthy wicker furnishings. A skylight provides ample sunshine in this pleasant room, and attached is a modern bath with a walk-in shower. An electric fireplace and Satellite TV/DVD are also present. Just outside the room is a guest refrigerator with complimentary sodas, waters, and snacks, as well as a Keurig machine for coffee and tea. The room is located on the second floor of the Cottage, featuring a semi-private entry. $140/night, double occupancy.
At the top of the stairs, the Foxglove provides ample space for a small family or three touring friends. In addition to a queen-sized bed, the room also has a trundle bed that serves as a comfortable place for a third guest to sleep. This room also features a large electric fireplace and Satellite TV/DVD. The bathroom tucked under the eaves features a skylight and is very spacious with a tub and shower combination. $140/night double occupancy; add $30 for a third party.
On the third floor, tucked under the eaves of The Lancaster, is our cozy Clove room. Originally the housekeeper's quarters, it is now a hideaway from the bustle of everyday life. This serene room contains a queen-sized bed and a comfortable reading chair and electric fireplace, as well as Satellite TV/DVD. The en-suite bathroom contains a charming original claw-foot bathtub with a sitting hand-held shower
4.8 on February 16, 2014
My family and I gave stayed with Gerry and Dave twice and they are such a lovely couple. Giving such high service and standards of rooms. If we ever go again we would not think of staying any where else. You have treats around every corner of homemade cookies and candy a glass of free sherry on the evening. Full run of the house with other guests. So after a days exploring or taking in the beautiful area you can come back make a cup of coffee or tea and sit in the lounge or garden and relax wonderful!!!
4.8 on July 10, 2013
I stumbled on the Lancaster B&B when searching online for a place to stay for our mother/daughter weekend. What a happy stumble! I found the B&B to be a wonderful place to stay. Clean, comfortable and welcoming. Brad and Keith were excellent hosts and the food was outstanding. Snacks were available at all times. We had a wonderful weekend and I can't wait to go back!
5 on June 08, 2013
My girlfriend took me to Lancaster for my 50th birthday. That was all I knew. Expecting a simple hotel, I was astonished to see this beautiful early 1900's Bed & Breakfast. We stayed in the upstairs of the cottage in the Fennel room. The room was spacious and very clean. The bed was very comfortable. The ground were beautifully landscaped and the main house's decor was nothing short of stunning. The choice of color was done perfectly. The home has so much history, I just fell in love with the moldings and carved trim. But, the best part of the whole experience, were the caretakers Kieth and Brad. Kieth was very informing and very gracious. Going over and beyond to make our experience a great one. Brad was very entertaining and personable. You can tell from the moment you meet them, they love what they do and their guests. The breakfast just blew me away. Brad's culinary skills come through with flying colors. We were served an asparagus and peas quiche that was so delicious, that we raved about it all day. From beginning to end, this was an outstanding stay, and I am telling everyone about it and I will definitely be back.
Wow! What a kind review! It was so wonderful to meet and chat with you guys. We were honored that you chose to stay with us for your birthday celebration. We really do love what we do, but it is because of gracious guests like you. Remember that we are happy to extend a returning guest discount, so we'd be thrilled to help celebrate 51! All the best to you both, Keith and Brad
5 on April 13, 2013
I was overwhelmed by the place and hospitality. Keith and Brad are wonderful and served an outstanding breakfast in the morning. Lancaster city/downtown only a couple of minutes ago, same for the Amish experiences. I would definitely stay again at The Lancaster B&B.
5 on September 18, 2012
This was our first time at a Bed and Breakfast and we were truly amazed!! Keith and Brad were Wonderful Hosts, The Room was beautiful and comfortable and the Breakfast was first class, I cannot wait until we can come back to The Lancaster Bed and Breakfast, It was our home away from home!! Thank You again for a Wonderful Stay. Traci & Jerry Meli
City, Small town
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 35 miles
Exit Airport to PA 283 East then 30 miles to Lancaster. Merge to US 30 East then to Walnut Street (PA 23 West) Right to Ranck Ave at secont light. Left to E. King Street at first light. Left one block to Cottage St. Left to Inn at corner of E. King &amp;amp; Cottage St.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Amish Farms & Culture, Strasburg Rail Road, Lancaster Central Market, Sight & Sound Theater, American Music Theatre, Franklin & Marshall College, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Vineyard, Winery, Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, 2 minutes from Lancaster Central Park, Summer Concerts in Long's Park, 20 minutes from Susquehannah River, Farmers and Flea Markets, Spring Mud Sales - call for details, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player, Computer, Conference Rooms, Copier, DVD Player, In-room internet, Fax Machine, Internet Service, Library, Telephone, Videos , Tours and Amish Family Dinners Arranged, Detailed Maps and Itineraries, Near Taxi-Ready Amtrak Station, Private On-site Parking, 20-Minute Walking Distance of Downtown, Fish Pond and Garden
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Ceiling fans, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bicycles, Billiards, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Golfing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Hunting, Kayaking, 2 minutes from Lancaster Central Park, Summer Concerts in Long's Park, 20 minutes from Susquehannah River, Farmers and Flea Markets, Spring Mud Sales - call for details, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Snow shoe trails, Swimming, Tennis courts
Keith Jenkins and Brad Loman
Goldfish in the pond Others
Restrictive , Vegetarian , Gluten-Free , Vegan
Our Daily Special Breakfast
Every breakfast is a distinctive amenity of our Lancaster accommodations at the Lancaster. Each breakfast is freshly served at individual intimate tables in our dining room. We can also arrange seating for groups. Breakfast is continuously available from 8:30-10 AM, so it's okay to sleep in a little; we'll make more! Coffee and tea are available throughout the day. We can also easily accommodate business travelers for timely appointments and guests who need to make an early departure. That most important meal of the day begins with a generous selection of coffee, tea, and juices. Fresh seasonal cut fruit is available daily. Homebaked muffins or breads are often on the menu as well. The wide variety of Lancaster County Farmers’ Markets, Amish Farmers' produce stands and orchards provide many of the favorite ingredients for our daily entrees. Most breakfasts include a meat side dish, such our own homemade turkey or chicken sausage, but we are always sensitive to the needs of our vegetarian guests, and are happy to offer a meat substitute. Main courses may be Brad's tremendous stuffed Challah French toast, Chicken and Waffles like you've never had (!) or a beautiful artisan quiche. When Brad is cooking you are welcome to share first hand in the process, but remember: he might put you to work! Please let us know ahead of time if you may require attention to food allergies or dietary concerns. We are happy to oblige.