The Osceola Mill House, c.1766 is a gracious and comfortable stone colonial located in the heart of picturesque Amish country. Come and be lulled by the sounds and sights of the Amish farm community. Set in a tranquil dell with an antique grist mill c.1757 on one side and a miller's house built in the 1860s across the road. One of Lancaster's finest bed and breakfasts, the inn is the perfect place just to relax or take in the many sights and sounds of our beautiful Lancaster county. We are only minutes from the quaint villages of Intercourse, Bird-in-Hand and Strasburg. Only minutes away from Sight & Sound Theatre and the American Music Theatre. All our guests rooms are beautifully and individually decorated. Attention to details abound throughout the inn. Antiques and quality period furniture fill the common rooms and bedrooms. Most guests rooms have fireplaces with queen size beds and private baths. Attention to details abound throughout the inn.
5 on December 03, 2017
This was our first time ever staying at a bed and breakfast. We were not disappointed at all. The rooms were comfortable and spotlessly clean. We slept even better than we do at home. Pat and Don are amazing hosts, it felt like we were visiting family. Their breakfasts are delicious and very hearty. Really enjoyed having dessert with breakfast, it was a nice treat. We will definitely be back again and again!
So kind of you to take the time to review your stay with us. We often say that we want our guests to feel like they are at home. So glad it was that way for you. Looking forward to the next time!
- Pat and Ron Ernst (innkeeper)
4.8 on September 30, 2017
We both recently stayed at the Osceola Mill House B&B during our 3 week holiday of the US East Coast. The house is located in an idyllic location next to the historic mill, surrounded by Amish farms, close to Gordonville, PA. The room we had (the Blue Room) was incredibly cozy and very tidy. We very much enjoyed our stay and would definitely go there again! The hosts Pat and Ron are very friendly and made us immediately feel welcome. In addition to running this lovely B&B and providing us with a spectacular breakfast, Pat and Ron also gave excellent advice on things to do and points of interest in the area (yes, we actually bought a quilt :-) ). Ample parking space even for larger vehicles is provided right next to the house. Our only regret is that we stayed just for one night - next time we will not make the same mistake!
4.6 on August 09, 2017
We returned to Osceola Mill House 10 years after our first stay for a long and quiet weekend. The place is just filled with charm, located just out of town on a small farm road... the last house hooked up to the electric grid. Every room is unique in character, and while the house is old and the character of the old house is there, it doesn't feel worn or aged. High quality throughout, from bath accoutrements to very comfortable bed. The hosts are super friendly, very helpful and knowledgable of the area, and accommodating to dietary needs. There's a fridge to store food, a Keurig AND freshly brewed coffee, lots of books and more to keep you entertained on the property, but you'll also be very close to all the Amish villages and sights if that's what you want to do. Best B&B we've ever stayed at!
5 on July 27, 2017
This was a wonderful place to stay. The host was very informative. The breakfast was great. The rooms were very nice. We will be back.
5 on June 12, 2017
The innkeepers were welcoming and shared lots of interesting details about the area. The breakfasts were delicious. Our hosts were helpful in selecting areas to visit.
5 on May 18, 2017
We enjoyed the hospitality and parted as friend. Ron's coocking is delicious
3.6 on February 23, 2017
This is our second time staying in the Blue Room at Osceola and it did not disappoint. The bed was more comfortable than I remember and the fire place was perfect for the cool February nights. Breakfasts were simple but fresh ingredients made it a satisfying start to our days. Ron was able to provide us with local information and options for sight seeing. Movie and game selection in the common room kept us entertained after dinner. Can't wait for our next stay!
5 on October 26, 2016
My two college girlfriends and I stayed here for a girls reunion weekend; we stayed in the Carriage House. The owners were extremely hospitable. The rooms in the Carriage House were clean and all of our needs were met. Also, breakfast, which was delivered to the Carriage House each morning, was delicious! We will definitely stay here again. Thank you to Ron and Patricia!
4.6 on October 14, 2016
Very comfortable and inviting home. Owners very welcoming, easy to speak with, knowledgeable. Our room, the fireside room, was great! Reasonable sized, nice bathroom, very comfy bed, relaxing fireplace. I had multiple email communications w owners that response was prompt and helpful. We will return!
5 on June 22, 2016
our stay at Osceola mill Band B was so wonderful ...Our hosts Pat and Ron made us feel at home...the breakfast was delicious and learned about the amish families. we toured a lot of areas and came back to our B&B and relaxed sitting outside and drinking coffee and brandy....we will look forward to returning there as there is so much to see. the room was very comfy and relaxing.....
Legend has it that this was the "birthing room" for the early occupants, and that legend is reflected in the decorations of the room. Located on the second floor of the main house, with a wonderful view of the morning sunrise, the Rose Room is a peaceful, quiet room with a canopy bed hand made by a local Amish craftsman. The comfortable love seat faces the working fireplace. The in-suite private bath features a traditional tub and shower.
The Green suite is the newest and most versatile addition to the Mill House. The two bedrooms and shared bath on the second floor of the main house can accommodate up to four people. Each bedroom is only steps away from the large bath room on the hall. The rooms can be reserved together or alone. You would be sharing the bath only with your traveling companions or family.
The Blue Room is truly a gracious room, with a grand view of the Old Mill, the bridge over the Pequea Creek, and all to the comings and goings of the Amish buggies. It is located on the second floor of the main house. The room is comfortably furnished with a blue painted canopy bed (hand made by one of our Amish neighbors), and two wing chairs for reading or enjoying the working fireplace. The in-suite bath is quite spacious and features a walk-in shower.
This recently redecorated room on the third floor of the main house celebrates the fact that this house witnessed the struggle for independence and the creation of the United States. It is a cozy room with a painted canopy bed, in-suite bath with a walk-in shower, and comfortable furnishings. The room also has satellite TV and DVD player.
Nestled in the eves of the third floor, this romantic room is a wonderful hideaway. If you can take your eyes off of the gas-log fireplace, you can look out over the neighboring farms and the beautiful sunsets. The room includes a comfortable chair for sitting and reading, a carved oak bed, and an in-suite bath with a large claw footed soaking tub and hand-held shower. Satellite TV with a DVD player to complete your stay.
This three room cottage is just steps away from the main house. It offers privacy and comfort to couples and families. The first floor has a kitchen and living room complete with a gas-log fireplace. The living room includes a comfortable queen size sofa-bed and a love seat that converts to a single bed. There is also satellite TV with a DVD player. The second floor features a queen size brass bed in the bedroom and a whirlpool tub with a hand held shower in the bath. Adult guests are invited to the Main House for breakfast each morning.
Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 30 miles
From Route 30 Lancaster the Osceola Mill House is located east of the village of Intercourse. Follow Rt.772 east (1.6 miles) and turn right on the Osceola Mill Road. The Mill House rest on the banks of the Pequea Creek just 1/2 mile from route 772.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Quilt sales, Country Auctions, Sight-seeing, Shopping, Antiquing,, Farmer's markets, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Country Inn, Historic Inn
Board games, Copier, DVD Player, Fax Machine, Library, Private entrance, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, VCR, Videos , Outdoor area for sitting and relaxing, Off street parking
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Canoeing, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Shopping, Sight-seeing