Welcome to Richmond House, a late 19th century style home. Random width floors, dutch doors, wrought iron hardware and crystal sconces and chandelier provide a feeling of colonial country charm. Each afternoon or evening enjoy light refreshments by the fireplace in our spacious living room or on warmer days on our covered porch or patio overlooking our garden. Come experience Lancaster County, Pennsylvania's Dutch Country. We look forward to being your hosts! Virtual tours available on website!
4.2 on October 11, 2017
We have stayed with Tim and Dolores 12 times..always a wonderful experience. The house is beautiful with cozy rooms. Breakfast is always a special treat. Dolores will cater to your every need. Jay & Joyce
5 on September 27, 2017
This is an absolutely wonderful place to stay. Centrally located to many great attractions but in a peaceful setting that allows for some time to relax and enjoy. The property and rooms are very well maintained. The hosts, Delores and Tim, are an amazing couple who are really connected to the community, and know a great deal about the area. Pricing is also excellent for what you get from this great place. Any time of year is a great time to visit and stay at the Richmond House. You will not be disappointed!
5 on July 20, 2017
We stayed at Richmond house for 2 nights. Tim and Dolores were wonderful hosts.....their hospitality was reminiscent of a graceful and bygone era. The cooking was marvelous....baked peach with cream cheese was amazing. We wished we had stayed longer. It was lovely to come back after a day of sightseeing and relax in the rocking chairs in the patio, and play board games with my two children later in the evening. I would love to to go back for return visit ! Thank you, Dolores and Tim. Sulakshana
5 on July 12, 2017
Very comfortable bed and breakfast – wonderful hosts. Dolores and Tim were very helpful with recommendations of things to do in the area. Great location.
5 on April 30, 2017
We - a family with a little one - went to New Holland for the Garden Spot Marathon. We enjoyed being part of Dolores and Tim's home very much. They are so friendly, helpful and did everything to make our stay a very special memory. Two very special treats: Baked oatmeal and the Sunday brunch with baked oranges, oatmeal, pumpkin pie. We will definitely come back! Thank you very much for this wonderful weekend! Peggy, Liam & Chris
5 on March 25, 2017
Wonderful antique country charm, hospitality and food. Decorated beautifully.
5 on January 27, 2017
Really enjoyed our stay, lots of friendly people and extremely nice innkeepers. The inn is very nice and a good location....breakfasts were excellent....would definitely return....hopefully very soon....would definitely recommend to our friends. See you soon, Patsy and rodger
4.6 on December 08, 2016
Our first experience at a B and B. Friendly atmosphere. Although our room was small it was clean and had everything we needed. When we booked it was the only room left, but there are several other larger rooms. Before we left we got to see the other rooms and highly recommend them. Our hosts arranged an evening meal with an Amish family when they found out we had no dinner plans. Tim and Delores are great Innkeepers who served a fabulous breakfast and had a delightful conversation with all the guests during breakfast.
5 on November 04, 2016
I booked my stay at the Richmond house simply because it was close to my Uncles retirement community and I was only staying one night. Little did I know how much I would enjoy being their guest for my short stay. Tim and Dolores have an amazing home and make you feel like family the second you step through their door. I booked my stay without much thought because I needed a bed for a night. I now plan on returning because of Tim and Dolores and their amazing hospitality.
5 on November 02, 2016
Richmond House is simply beautiful and Dolores and Tim are the epitome of warm and gracious hosts. Our room was spotless with a private bathroom and the most comfortable bed! Setting the alarm to get ready for breakfast was a pleasure though, as Dolores prepared the most beautiful and delicious 2 course meal every morning with Tim serving, offering juice and additional coffee as desired. We were treated like we were part of the family. They are both a wealth of iinformation about the area which proved very helpful. We plan to return again and again
Philadelphia, PA (PHL)
From Lancaster: Route 30 east to Route 23 East to New Holland. Left on Union, immediate right into our driveway. From Philadelphia: I95 south, Route 476 north, Route 76 west to Pa turnpike West. Exit Morgantown, Route 10 south, Route 23 west to New Holland. Right on Union, immediate right into driveway
Amusement Park, Antique Shopping, Concert venue, Historical interests, Live Music, Museum, Ephrata Cloister, Sight and Sound Theater, Intercourse & Bird-in-Hand nearby, Farmer's Markets, Strasburg Railroad, Covered Bridges, Outlet Stores, Winery
Bed and Breakfast
Air conditioning, Fireplace , Wireless internet, Guest Microwave, Guest Refrigerator
Alarm clock, Ceiling fans, Hairdryer, Ironing Board, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, Turndown Service
Dolores & Tim Walter
Tim and Dolores both enjoy gardening and meeting new friends from all walks of life. Dolores enjoys crafting, sewing and cooking. Tim is a helicopter pilot.
Restrictive , Vegetarian
Egg, suasage, vegetable quiche
Eggs, loose sausage, zucchini, red peppers, red onion and chopped spinach combine in this filling dish. Served with a potato, onion and rosemary casserole, fruit toast or muffins.