This is your opportunity to stay in a one-of-a-kind piece of Lancaster County history that was built in 1754. Hand constructed with 3ft thick stonewalls, spiral staircases Stone fireplaces that were converted to propane burning fire logs, claw foot on the second floor bathroom a master loft retreat , private deck & sitting area overlooks the Pequea Creek . Walking distance to hiking trails/tubing/fishing and a covered bridge . 2 miles from Pequea Boat Ramp located on the Susquehanna River .
You will have the house to yourself during your stay and plenty of privacy it's a one-of-a-kind Old Stone home with lots of character. There is plenty of wildlife to View you might even see the bald eagle fly by that has a nest somewhere nearby.
Zugang für Gäste
You have access to the entire house except 2nd floor bedroom.
Interaktion mit Gästen
You can call me or text anytime.
Hello everyone , I lived in my home for 17 years remodeled it and brought it back from a pretty rough state of being , this historic home has lots of rustic charm , It's not just the house it's the area it's in too. The Pequea Creek is right out front and the Susquehanna River is 2 miles down the road. The second longest covered bridge in Lancaster County is walking distance from my home and hiking trails along the creek too . Your also 20 minutes from some really great restaurants in Lancaster City.
I love floating on the Susquehanna in my pontoon boat ,tubing down the Pequea creek and riding my bike around some of the nicest roads in the county, and if you like shopping the Outlet Malls are 30 minutes from here this area has so much to offer Hope to have you book soon.