Ephrata Bed and Breakfasts

Many people choose to lodge at one of the Ephrata Bed and Breakfasts as a way of escaping from the noise and hectic pace of their daily routine.

Northern Lancaster County is known for its abundant agriculture. In fact, the name Ephrata comes from the word "fertile."

Ephrata is a great place to just get away from it all. However, don't get me wrong. There is plenty to see and do in this town situated along Route 322.

Most notable is the Ephrata Cloister which was a communal society founded in 1732 by Conrad Beissel, a German Pietist. By all means, don't miss this historic site with its unique collection of medieval style buildings.

Also worth visiting is The Artworks at Doneckers with its special collection of art and handcrafted items.

Moreover, you also won't want to miss the Green Dragon Farmers Market & Auction which is open every Friday. This is one of the best and most famous of the Lancaster Farmers Markets.

There is also the Ten Thousand Villages shopping complex which supplies a collection of crafts and handmade goods from all around the globe.

Also for shopping enthusiasts, Ephrata is very close to Adamstown which is one of the best places in the region to hunt for antiques.

Lodging at one of the Ephrata Bed and Breakfasts makes for a good base as you explore the history of the region; take advantage of some rare shopping opportunities; or, simply relax and enjoy the scenic landscape of northern Lancaster County.

Clearview Farm Bed and Breakfast
355 Clearview Road, Ephrata, PA 17522
Phone:(717) 733-6333
This Ephrata Bed and Breakfast is set in a limestone farmhouse built in 1814. The lodging is surrounded by 200 acres of lush Lancaster farmland.

There are five guest rooms furnished with antiques, Victorian collectibles and handmade Amish quilts. Each room has a private bath. One of the rooms has a double bed while the others have Queen-sized beds. Two of the rooms are on the floor so, if you don't like walking up steps, keep that in mind when booking your reservations.

Each morning a large country breakfast is served on antique china in the formal dining room.

Children over ten are welcome.

Note: If you are interested in lodging on a working farm, please see Lancaster Farm Accommodations for more recommendations.

Glenwood Bed and Breakfast
966 Glenwood Drive, Ephrata, PA 17522
Phone:(717) 733-7701
This small, no-frills Ephrata Bed and Breakfast has been owned by the same family since 1925. It is located on scenic farmland.

The lodging offers two main bedrooms with Queen-sized beds and a shared full bath. One of the main bedrooms has a balcony where you can enjoy the sunset or your morning coffee. The B and B can also accommodate an additional guest in a third bedroom with a double bed.

A continental breakfast is served each morning in the lobby. You have a choice of fresh pastries, (baked locally) juices, fresh fruit, coffee and toast. Also hot and cold cereal is available.

Children and well-behaved pets are welcome. Smoking is not permitted.

Kimmell House Bed and Breakfast
851 South State Street, Ephrata, PA 17522
Phone: (717) 738-3555 or 800-861-3385
This charming Georgian sandstone was built in 1795 for Jacob and Esther Kimmell, of the historic Ephrata Cloister.

The friendly proprietors of this Ephrata Bed and Breakfast offer afternoon tea either in the keeping room by the fire or on the secluded brick patio.

  • The Country Room This guest room with country decor offers twin poster beds and a private bath. The room overlooks the backyard trees and flowers.
  • The Shaker Room - This room has a Queen-sized bed, private bath, and a reading area.
  • The Colonial Room - This Colonial-styled decorated room features a King-sized bed, private bath, and a romantic fireplace.
  • The Hunt Room - This room accommodates three guests. The room offers a Queen-sized bed as well as a twin bed. There is also a private bath and a fireplace.

The full breakfast varies daily. A sample meal may include Raspberry Cream French Toast, herb eggs, fresh fruit, and breakfast meat. Coffee, tea, hot chocolate, and fresh juice is also served.

Children over twelve are welcome. Pets and smoking are not.

Kromer's Bed and Breakfast
229 W Main St., Ephrata, PA, 17522
Phone: (717)733-7830 or (877)455-2157
Linda and Elmer Kromer have owned and operated this Ephrata Bed and Breakfast since 1993. This Victorian brick farmhouse was actually built in 1895. It has been open to guests for over 25 years.

This comfortable Lancaster accommodation offers two porches and a balcony for guests to enjoy, and a sitting room for reading and relaxing.

There is also a shaded backyard and flower garden with tables and chairs for eating outside.

Choose among the following rooms:

  • The Hannah Room - This guest room has a Queen-size bed, television, and private bath. The room is decorated in lavender and wicker furniture.
  • The Scarlet Room - This room has a Queen-sized brass bed with television,and private bath. The name derives from its red decor.
  • The Victorian room This guest room also has a Queen-sized bed with a television as well as an adjoining private bath. The room is characterized by its pink and white color scheme.

The daily full Breakfast features main entree which may include eggs, French toast, a meat dish, baked goods, and toast. Fresh juice as well as coffee, tea, and milk is also served.

Children over 12 are welcome. Pets are not permitted. Smoking is only allowed in designated outdoor area.

For information on other recommended Bed and Breakfasts in Lancaster County, please take a look at the following locations:

Lancaster City
Mount Joy
New Holland

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