Hershey Farm Restaurant & Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHershey Farm Restaurant & Inn Strasburg
This inn is not a chain, which was nice for a change. It appears to be family room. The motel part which we stayed in was very very clean and the rooms were homey and comfortable. The lounge chair in the room was the most comfortable I have ever sat in for a hotel. Bathroom is quite small, but ok. Would stay here again in a heartbeat.
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