Harvest Moon Bed and Breakfast

Address: 311 East Main St, New Holland, Pennsylvania, 17557, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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This 3 star B&B, located on 311 East Main St, New Holland, is near Kitchen Kettle Village, Lapp Valley Farm, and The People's Place Quilt Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from New Holland

    Amish Country

    A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Aug 09, 2015

    1 photo

    ... at Strasburg, a charming and fascinating place to visit. In one case, the name of one of their towns is likely to raise an eyebrow, even in liberal society; the town is called Intercourse. There was no time for Intercourse today, nor the other towns. Some of the other names are unusual too: Lititz, New Holland, and, a personal favourite: Bird in Hand. Still, we enjoyed people-watching, or ...

    Amish Country

    A travel blog entry by annmpriest on Aug 01, 2015

    38 photos

    ... Mennonites and Amish. Not cheap and not very authentic. Had chicken and corn soup for lunch. Was $3:99 but then they add tax. Was good. After a look around it was time to head to Washington, Maryland. Straight to Omni Shoreham the hotel. I am not going on tonight's excursion for dinner and to look at Washington DC. Hotel is far from the city so will just go far a walk ...

    Washingon to Lancaster County/Amish Country

    A travel blog entry by barbandgraham on Jul 20, 2015

    15 photos

    ... We saw many horse (or mule) drawn carts on the roads going about their business, children riding push trolleys (like a two-wheel scooter). Children walk to school as it is usually close by.

    Houses do not have electricity, but do have gas for cooking, heating (no phones either). We knew it was an Amish house because lack of electrical cabling connection to the buildings, and clothes lines full of washing flapping in the breeze. We saw many working in ...

    Last days in Lancaster

    A travel blog entry by usa-2014-wieske on Apr 12, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... where we enjoyed homemade icecream from the milk from their own cows! How fresh can you get?! Yummmm! We could walk around, see the cows, milking shed etc. just delightful! People come from all around for the fresh milk. You can even do 'drive thru' and we saw an Amish lady in her horse and buggy buy their milk this way! Driving on many back roads that meander through the Amish farmland was ...

    Pennsylvania Peculiarities

    A travel blog entry by sarahrees on Oct 13, 2013

    11 photos

    ... is an example of what can happen if you're left too much money. It was designed and built by Henry Mercer between 1908 and 1912. He had no architectural background or experience of concrete, and yet he decided to build himself a castle out of poured concrete. It was a case of trial and error all the way, starting at the basement. All of the interiors are covered in tiles (which was his trade) and if you went to buy tiles from him you could ...