Located in the heart of Amish country, our home built in 1793 welcomes you. The home's original random width oak and pine floors, wide windowsills and fireplaces add a romantic charm to your accommodations. Modern amenities such as private baths, jacuzzi tubs for two, gas fireplaces, DVD players and hairdryers add to the ambiance. Add in a hearty full breakfast to make your visit complete. We are minutes from the town of Intercourse, outlet and antique shopping, and shows.
5 on November 16, 2014
We very much enjoyed our two nights at the Country Hearth B & B. David and Bonnie were friendly hosts, making us feel very welcome in their home. The breakfasts were delicious and the home was decorated beautifully with antiques and autumn decorations. Great place to celebrate our 50th anniversary!
4.4 on April 17, 2014
I ran the Garden Spot Village Marathon and stayed at the Country Hearth B & B. The room was charming, and the jacuzzi in the room was fantastic. The bed was very comfortable especially for someone who had just run 26.2 miles. I would stay there even if I didn't need convenient lodging so close to the start of a wonderful race.
4.6 on December 18, 2013
If you want an escape from the hectic business of life, then this is where you ought to come. This Amish town definitely slows down the pace of life a few decades. An overnight stop doesn't do justice to the environment. We stayed for 3 nights. Upon entering the B&B, David greeted us and we felt at home immediately! Along with his friendliness each room had a very homey feeling with nic-nacs and christmas decorations. Christmas music playing with clocks chiming and playing tunes as well. Bonnie is an excellent cook. Breakfasts were delicious and we were more than satisfied. David's knowledge of the area and its people is most interesting. Sometimes it was difficult to carry on with the day's activities because he was so interesting to listen to and talk with. The meal that was arranged with the Amish family was a highlight of our stay also! I would advise to get the most out of your stay here...have little to no appointments or commitments...spending about 3 days, leaving technology at home and letting the days unfold as they will. The traffic on the street can be a little noisy in the evening at times.
5 on December 18, 2013
Great host, great room, highly recommended.
3.8 on December 13, 2013
Lovely place, beautifully decorated, hosts were wonderful. Room was clean & cozy.
5 on December 08, 2013
Perfect get away for a dose of Christmas cheers & relaxation. We enjoyed the various local shops at Kitchen Kettle & found some gifts for friends & family. We had a lovely lunch by the fire at Kling restaurant then headed to Country Heart B & B where we were welcomed by our hosts Bonnie & David. The inn is a well preserved piece of Lancaster county history. We settled in our beautiful room which featured a jacuzzi, Amish quit and antique furniture. We then joined our friends for wine in the living room by the Christmas tree. Our host David gave us insights into the home history & local history as well. David is a history buff especially Lancaster County & WWII. We had arranged with Bonnie at the time of booking for dinner at an Amish home. The experience was truly memorable. We were welcomed into the home of an Amish family where we enjoyed a home cook feast and a fun time with the whole family. We returned to the Country Heart for a night cap then a restful sleep to sounds of logs crackling in the heart of our bedroom fireplace . Next morning, Bonnie treated us to a delicious breakfast featuring some of her Amish recipes. We came back rejuvenated & with wonderful memories. Definitely, will go back .
4.8 on November 07, 2013
We frequent the Lancaster area several times a year. It's a place we always enjoy coming back to. This was our first Bed and Breakfast experience. My husband was a little skeptical at first. But this 1st time experience was a good choice. We both enjoyed the breakfast conversation with other guest and the hosts. We didn't miss the noise of children running down the halls as we have experienced in hotels. I know we will choose a Bed and Breakfast on our next stay.
5 on July 18, 2013
My husband and I have stayed at this Inn about 5 times. Each time we come back, the Innkeepers, Dave and Bonnie (Pearle too) always make you feel welcomed. The breakfasts are absolutely wonderful and varied. After a long day of shopping and sightseeing, the Jacuzzi tub is a welcomed addition. The Inn is quiet and very well run. Of course, this Inn is our first choice when we stay in Lancaster County. Book a stay, you won't regret it.
4.4 on May 27, 2013
We decided to get away last minute and found this wonderful B and B. David was very accommodating and friendly. He was very helpful about telling you about the area. Breakfast was delightful and I am very appreciative that they were accommodating to vegetarian dietary needs. I would definite come back here.
5 on May 12, 2013
We had a wonderful experience staying here for our 20th anniversary. It was our first time staying at a B&B. We definitely would stay here again. David & Bonnie are wonderful hosts. They were very knowledgeable about the history of the area and helpful in finding our destinations. The breakfasts were fabulous! The room was comfortable and clean. We loved burning a log in the fireplace in the evening.
This angelic room has one of the original working fireplaces in the home. Enjoy a queen size bed with hand carved headboard carved by local carver, a large double head shower as well as a sitting area.
This romantic room is named for the amish made quilt that graces the king size bed. There is a two person jacuzzi placed in the room with a separate powder room. A gas fireplace adds to the ambiance and can be enjoyed from the sitting area.
This room boasts a queen size canopy bed, and a two person jacuzzi placed in the room. This room also has a full bath with a shower within the room. The layout allows you to relax in the jacuzzi, view the bed the television or the two gliders in the nice sitting area with an electric fireplace.
Our two room suite is named for the beautiful amish made quilt which adorns the queen size bed. This room has a gas fireplace, carpeting, a separate sitting area with a second television and VCR, a refrigerator, and a private entrance which leads to your own balcony. There is also a romantic jacuzzi for two.
Lancaster, PA (LNS)
We are located on Main Street, Route 23, in the town of New Holland. We are located ten miles west from the Morgantown exit of the PA turnpike.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, New Holland Stables and Auction, Quilt Shops, Hand Crafted Furniture, Harley Davidson Factory Tours, Wilbur Chocolate Factory, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, River
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, CD player
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, DVD Player, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Private entrance, Radio, TV, VCR, Videos, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Fishing, Hiking trails, Horseback riding, Buggy Rides, Covered Bridges, Shopping, Sight-seeing
David & Bonnie Konya
David and Bonnie have given up their jobs in water purification and radiology to put all of their efforts into full time innkeeping. They both enjoy Lancaster county as well as the beach and spending time with their grown children.