Lancaster, PA 

Equestrian Estates

 
221 Shultz Road
Lancaster, PA 17603 US

(717)464-2164
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Rates: $89 to $189
Total Rooms: 8

Description

Circa 1724. Poised in the midst of Amish Country, Equestrian Estates is a restored, historic brick farm house and carriage house. Stroll through the apple orchard or by the two streams shaded by willow trees. Show and quarter horses reside in the bank barn and stables. This Lancaster, Pennsylvania B&B features air-conditioned Victorian and country guest rooms and luxury honeymoon suites that may include a fireplace and two-person Jacuzzi. Linger over a hearty multi-course farmer's breakfast in the dining room, gazebo, arbor or back deck. On Sundays, a church service is held in the barn and is open to all who wish to attend. Shop nearby outlet stores or Amish auctions known as mud sales. Visit museums, navigate the popular corn maze and experience the many entertainment opportunities in the area.Location: Country.

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Rooms & Rates

Rates: $89 to $189
Payment types accepted include Discover, Personal Checks, Master Card, Visa, Travelers Checks, Debit cards and Cash.
Rooms: This property has 8 total guest accommodations with private bath, 3 suites.
The types of beds available include Double, King, Queen and Twin.

Policies

Smoking: Outside Only.

Services & Amenities

Meals Included in Rates: Full Farmers Amish breakfast.
Amenities In Room: Air Conditioning, Hot Tub/Spa/Jaccuzi, Fireplace and Color cable TV.
Amenities On Site: Horses and Stable.

Activities

Events Hosted: Honeymoons, Meetings, Romantic Getaways, Seminars, Weddings, Seminars, meetings, & weddings and on a small scale.
Other Activities: Amusement Park, Antiquing, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Horseback Riding, Museums, Parks, Shopping (Local Crafts), Strasburg Railroad, Dutch Wonderland family amusement park, Sight, Sound Theatre, Living Waters indoor liquid fireworks with water, light, music & screen show, Shopping Outlets, Wheatland, Cherry Crest Farm, Mud Sales (Amish auctions), Rock Ford Plantation, Hans Herr House - Oldest Mennonite meeting house in America, Amish Country and Quilts.