The enchanting atmosphere of the Emig Mansion offers guest an unforgettable experience. Rich in historical significance of York county and south central Pennsylvania, the Emig Mansion is a featured property on the National Registry of Historic Homes. The home was originally the residence of John Emig for whom the Village of Emigsville was named.Choose from one of seven guest rooms each unique and beautifully decorated with authentic antiques from the 1800's, and modern comforts as well. Our guest are invited to enjoy the Victorian era ambience in our twin parlors, library, and mahogany wood paneled dining room. A sumptuous full breakfast is served each morning. Located just minutes from Gettysburg, Lancaster's Amish Country, Hershey' Chocolate World, and the state capital in Harrisburg, our location is perfect as your central hub to visit all of the areas most popular attractions. We are less than ten minutes from York College, York Hospital and the Harley Davidson assembly plant of York. An excellent choice for family and group gatherings, and other special events!!
5 on July 08, 2017
We contacted one of the owners just one day before we needed a room. My husbands cousin passed away extremely unexpectedly--very young--and in the shock and grief, we kept putting off booking a place to stay the night before the services. They were so kind about the short notice and when they heard the reason for our short stay, they went above and beyond the make sure we had anything we needed. In addition, they continued to make sure we knew they would accommodate us to the absolute best of their abilities. From the moment we walked in the door (drenched from a sudden downpour and in our mucky and comfy travel clothes) they made us feel at home and like family. I have never felt more at peace or comfortable while traveling--especially around people I had just met--and my husband agreed. The accommodations were equally stunning and cozy and breakfast the next morning was beyond any expectations I could have had. The home itself and its history was intriguing and you could feel the owners passion. We truly appreciated their willingness and openness about sharing it with us and the other guests as well. I have honestly never written a full review before for any hotel or restaurant (strange since my husband is a chef) but we knew as we left for the memorial service that morning, filled with love and peace, that there would be no doubt of our returning and that we must tell everyone we know of Emig Mansion and its truly Godsent owners!
5 on December 18, 2016
My husband and I stayed here in the beautiful month of October after seeing the lovely photographs and reading about the history of the mansion. We could not have been happier with the experience. Bill and Lori were the perfect hosts. Breakfasts were divine in the elaborately paneled dining room. We immediately felt at home in their sumptuous property. We enjoyed it so much that we are planning to return next Spring!
5 on September 29, 2016
Lovely vintage home, restored to make your stay comfortable. Lots of history and a wonderful breakfast and the friendliest B&B cat we've met.
The Emig master features a huge four column, king sized bed and other antique furnishings. This room enjoys beautiful sunrise views of nearby Mount Zion, and from its large unique curved glass windows you will see the original buildings of John Emig's Acme Wagon Company. Sitting on the eight foot window seat with its custom shuttered window treatments, you'll be delighted to hear the trains still passing by, and although the steam engines are gone, the train whistle will still put a smile on your face and a memory of olden days in your heart. G
Nestled in the back of the home on the third floor is Sarah's retreat. Ellen Sarah was John Emig's wife and mother of the 11 children born in this house. This room features a full sized brass bed and oak dresser. The carefully selected bedding matches a lovely settee. Also displayed in the room is a small spinning wheel like one that would have been used during the early 1800s. Guests say this is the quietest room in the house! This room also has a private bathroom.
Make it a special stay for just the two of you in this exquisite room. Decorated in rich bold colors representative of the time, Edward's Mountain Sunrise Room is one of the most memorable bedrooms at the mansion. Located on the second floor, this comfortable room features an antique oak carved full sized bed and other interesting antique furnishings from the 1800s. Enjoy the eastward facing sunrises over nearby Mt Zion and views across the valleys leading towards the Susquehanna and Lancaster.
This spacious room is located on the northwest corner of the house and is positioned to take advantage of some of the beautiful sunsets we have here in southern Pennsylvania. The bedroom features a comfortable queen Antique Brass Bed and vintage Victorian furniture. The six ft windows overlook the gardens located at the rear of the property.
Flora's Fancy overflows with softness and serenity. Decorated in muted peach colors and featuring a white iron Victorian bed, you can just picture the Emig daughters giggling and whispering playfully at bedtime! A wall of closets suggests this may have been where several of the seven girls slept. A large ornate dresser with marble top and comfortable sofa and coffee table make this room the perfect place to kick off your shoes and forget the world outside.
Louisa's Hideaway is a cozy and comfortable room located on the third floor of the Emig Mansion. Travelers will find an antique wrought iron and brass bed and a beautiful oak dresser with wood carved designs and large mirror. Louisa's Hideaway features luxurious designer bedding from the Donna Sharpe collection. This room is a perfect choice for the single business travelers, couples in town to celebrate a friends wedding, or gals away for a weekend shopping extravaganza. This room has a queen size bed and private bathroom.
his is a great room to grab a book and enjoy a bottle of your favorite wine as you enjoy privacy and quiet comfort in this room hidden away on the third floor. J. Albert's Quarters extends the entire width of the house and you will be charmed by the original wood planked floors, and unusual sloped ceilings. The room is furnished with a European crafted suite of furniture, dating back to 1885 and consisting of a queen sized bed, marble topped dresser and end tables and a floor to ceiling wardrobe.
Countryside, Small town
Harrisburg, PA (MDT) 15 miles
conveniently located 1 mile from Interstate 83. From the south take exit 22 North George St. Proceed on North George St for approx. one mile to the Village of Emigsville. 3342 will be on your left. From the north take exit 24 and proceed east(left) onto Church Street. Proceed on Church street for 1/2 mile to end. Go right onto North George Street for .1 mile to 3342 North George (on right). East or west travelers should take rt 30 to 83 north and follow directions above. Exit 22 less than one minute north of Rt 30.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Casino, Concert venue, Eco-tourism, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Night life, Amish Country Lancaster National Railroad Museum Gettysburg National military park Hershey Chocolate World York College Roundtop Ski Resort Sight and Sound Theater The Rail Trail, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ski area, Tours, University, Vineyard, Winery
Historic Inn, Mansion
CD player, Conference Rooms, Copier, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Ironing Board, Library, Microwave, Outdoor grilling, Parking, Piano, Radio, Telephone, Walk to mass transit, Wedding Facilities
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, Board games, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Fridge, Hairdryer, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Wi-Fi, Wired internet