Carriage Corner B&B is the perfect introduction to the original concept of Bed and Breakfast: affordable lodging, genuine hospitality, delicious breakfasts and immaculate housekeeping. With tasteful handcrafted touches of folk-art, the B&B offers a relaxing country atmosphere; situated in the hub of Lancaster County's beautiful farmland and tourist area. Gordon is willing to share his knowledge and love of the area and assists in planning itineraries. He is also at times able to arrange dinners with Amish friends. Resources on the area are provided in guest rooms as well as in the common room where one can curl up with a steeping cup of tea and read about the Amish lifestyle in front of a gas log stove. Wake up and let the wafting aroma of freshly brewed coffee lure you to our breakfast table. Inn specialties might include Oatmeal Pancakes, fruit bread cream cheese french toast, or a "Lancaster County Omelet", baked oatmeal and muffins.
5 on October 13, 2016
GREAT PLACE TO STAY. GREAT FOOD. PEACEFUL.GEAT VALUE.
4.6 on October 13, 2016
Loved the location Charming host. Breakfast was top level.
5 on October 07, 2016
Outstanding place to stay! Very friendly & informative host. Wonderful breakfast & great accommodations!
5 on September 25, 2016
Another wonderful stay with Gordon & Gwen in their beautiful home. Breakfasts were creative as well as delicious! A 5 star experience all around, Many thanks! David Faith
5 on September 15, 2016
Gordon was so kind and helpful, made a great breakfast, and allowed us to have a very relaxing overnight stay. Definitely would stay here again!
5 on September 05, 2016
Carriage Corner B&B was cozy, beautiful, clean, friendly, and peaceful. And the breakfast was so delicious. I loved my visit and look forward to returning!
3.0 on September 03, 2016
I have stayed here several times before, so I knew the B&B was outstanding before I arrived.
5 on September 01, 2016
Always a great place to stay great people, great food, peaceful.
5 on August 30, 2016
Another lovely stay at CC. Fantastic host large immaculate rooms delicious full breakfast. What more could you want!!
5 on August 27, 2016
Couldn't have been better. Comfortable beds, excellent breakfasts, pleasant host. Only problem it was a bit hard to spot from the road.
Philadelphia, PA (PHL) 55 miles
From Philadelphia-west on Penna. Tpk to exit #298; 12 miles south at Rt. 10; to Rt. 340 west for 10 miles; As one enters Intercourse, Travelers Rest Motel on right; take left onto Hollander Rd. -we are 1 block down on left, corner of Hollander and E. Newport Rd.
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Working Amish Farm Tours & Historic sites, Hub of Amish farmland & 100 shops in Village, American Music Theater, Strasburg Steam Railroad & RR Museum, 45 minutes from Hershey, Sight and Sound Millenium Theater, Outlet Stores, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, Vineyard, Winery, Zoo
Bed and Breakfast
Board games, Conference Rooms, Fax Machine, Fireplace, Internet Service, Piano, Telephone , Iron, Maps and guides for area, "Butlers Pantry" for forgotten items
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, CD player, Coffee/Tea facilities, Desk, Library, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV
Strasburg Railroad & Railroad Museum Penna., American Music Theater (discount tickets at B&B), Sight & Sound Theatre (Seasonal & Ruth), Central Market, Bird in Hand Market, Village of Intercourse with Kitchen Kettle Village, Auctions
Gordon and Gwen Schuit
Gordon, with a background in pastoral ministry, has long desired to have a home open to others and enjoys extending hospitality. Gwen is CEO of Friendship Community that serves people with disabilities and thus is removed from the day to day running of the B&B. However, her decorative skills have touched the B&B.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Carriage Corner Oatmeal Pancakes
One of the frequently asked for recipees is that of our Oatmeal Pancakes which are often served with a compliment of other kinds of Pancakes on Saturday morning. Made with Long Cooking and Oats and Buttermilk and served with Vermont Maple syrup and bacon or local sausage, it's the perfect start for exploration in the Amish Farmland!