Mount Joy Bed and Breakfasts




Staying at one of the Mount Joy Bed and Breakfasts is another good choice if you are planning on "Town-hopping" during your visit and want a quaint and charming place to rest in the evenings.

Mount Joy was actually founded by Scottish and Irish immigrants. In fact, the name Mount Joy actually comes from an Irish supply ship, the Mountjoy, which broke through a rive blockade in Ireland during the 1688-1689 conflict between William of Orange and the former King James II and the Scottish Presbyterians.

The heroic feat had so inspired the Scottish and Irish immigrants who had arrived in the New World seeking economic, social and religious freedom, that they named the new town Mount Joy in the early 1700's.

Today, Mount Joy, is surprisingly modern. Perhaps, this is due to its location on two major transportation routes. In any case,unlike some other Lancaster County towns, Mount Joy has grown with the times while still retaining its historical roots.

With its friendly people, vital commercial center,and small-town charm, Mount Joy makes for an ideal resting place as you explore the town and visit the neighboring communities.

For those spending the night, the fine Mount Joy Bed and Breakfasts provide comfort, history, elegance, and convenience.

Please not that some of the Mount Joy Bed and Breakfasts listed here are set on a working farm. If you are interested in lodging at a working Lancaster farm either in Mount Joy or elsewhere in Pennsylvania Dutch Country, please see Lancaster Farm Accommodations for more suggestions.



Cedar Hill Farm Bed and Breakfast
305 Longenecker Road, Mount Joy, PA 17552
Phone: (717) 653-4655
This Mount Joy Bed and Breakfast was built in 1817. The limestone farmhouse of Cedar Hill Farm overlooks Little Chickies Creek. You will feel welcome at this unpretentious home.

There are five guest rooms to choose from. Each has a private bath. Rooms also feature one or more of the following: private balcony, whirlpool, or claw-foot bathtub.

The daily breakfast is a Continental Plus and typically includes fruit, cheese, cereal, and homemade breads. The meal is served beside the antique, walk-in fireplace.


Country Gardens Farm Bed and Breakfast
686 Rock Point Road, Mount Joy, PA 17552
Phone: (717) 426-3316
This large Georgian farmhouse is located among 170 acres of farmland with goats, cows, hogs, chickens and sheep. The Bed and Breakfast is tastefully decorated in a local country. Quilts and quilted wall hangings created by a local Amish woman are displayed throughout the home and are available for sale.

There are four comfortable guest room at this Mount Joy Bed and Breakfast. Two of the rooms have a private bath with showers. Two of the rooms share a bath. All the rooms are nicely decorated with flowers, lace curtains, and paintings of the local Lancaster County countryside.

Each morning a large breakfast is served featuring locally grown vegetables, fresh fruit and breakfast meats.

This is a good choice if you are seeking a Mount Joy Bed and Breakfast that welcomes young children. Each morning your hostess rounds up the young kids to help gather eggs, feed the goats and watch the baby lambs play in the meadow.



Hillside Farm Bed and Breakfast
607 Eby Chiques Road, Mount Joy, PA 17552
Phone: (717) 653-6697 or 888-249-3406
Hillside Farm Bed & Breakfast is a quiet, secluded, 2-acre, 1840's farm homestead, overlooking Chickies Creek with dam and waterfall, entirely surrounded by working farms. Just a half mile down the road is one of the many Amish farms that dot the area and a one-room schoolhouse.

Situated well off the main road, the two-acre grounds are convenient yet secluded enough for a "get away" retreat. On warm evenings, you can sit on the porch under the trees and listen to the owls, bullfrogs, and cows. Or, have fun playing croquet, badmitten, or volleyball on the grounds.

There are three guest rooms with private bath. All rooms have air conditioning, paddle fans, separate heat thermostats, night stands, stacks of magazines, alarm clock radios, dressers, upholstered chairs, bathrobes, and spring water.

  • The Loft This guest room, representative of a barn loft, is the largest room on the third floor. It features a King-sized bed and two twin beds. This room has private bath (shower stall only) and a television. It can sleep a fifth person if needed.
  • The Sylvan View Room - This room has a Queen-sized bed and a private bath with tub and shower. The room has a blue and tan decor with wall-to-wall carpet
  • The Davis Room - This is named named for the original owners of the dairy farm. It has a Queen-sized four-poster bed, a televsion, and a private bath with tub and shower. There is also a second room with two twin beds and refrigerator. Altogether, up to four people can be accommodated.

A full, country all-you-can-eat breakfast is served family-style every morning. The meal includes fruit, entree (waffles, French toast, pancakes, egg dishes), potatoes, sweet breads or croissants, bacon, sausage or ham, orange juice, cran-raspberry juice, spring water, coffee and assorted teas. Snacks are served all afternoon and evening.

Children over ten are welcome. Pets are not permitted. Smoking is also not allowed.


The Olde Square Inn
127 East Main Street, Mount Joy, PA 17552
Phone: (800) 742-3533
Built in 1917 by a local builder, this neoclassic bed and breakfast is located on Mount Joy's historic square.

The four guest rooms all have a private bath as well as a television.

The daily morning breakfasts includes homemade croissants, muffins, and sweet rolls served alongside fresh fruit and a hot entree.

Children over twelve are welcome.


The Victorian Rose Bed and Breakfast
214 Marietta Avenue, Mount Joy, PA 17552
Phone: (717) 492-0050 or 888-313-7494
This Mount Joy Bed and Breakfast is an original 1897 single family home maintained and furnished in the elegance of the Victorian period.

After going through the elegant living room with its large fireplace and ascending the main stairway, you will see a beautiful three section stained glass window at the top of the stairway.

There are a four comfortable rooms to choose from. All rooms have air-conditioning, fans, a television and a clock radio.

  • The Victoria Room - This large stately room is elegantly furnished with a Queen-sized bed as well as a fireplace. The room can accommodate up to three guests with the use of a comfortable roll-away bed.
  • The Elizabeth Room - This ornate room has a Queen- sized bed with accented ceramic roses. The woodwork is varnished in original finish and the bathroom has its original deep claw-foot tub.
  • The Amanda Room - This spacious room is furnished with a Queen-sized bed. It is decorated in pastel hues giving the room the feeling of Springtime.
  • The Julia Room - This room is decorated in a Victorian French style. It has a Queen-sized bed.

A full Candlelight breakfast is provided each morning.

Children are welcome if they are well-behaved. Pets are not allowed, even if they are well-behaved. Smoking is permitted only outdoors.




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