The Inn & Spa package

Book your stay this March, April or May and add this Inclusive package!

Relax with a 60 Minutes Couples Massage (tip included!), Homemade Chocolate treat, Silk Rose Petal Turndown Service, Mother Earth TriggerPoint Pillow and Soy Candle!

$269 plus the cost of the room or suite of your choice.  Subject to Spa availability

You do not have Spa appointments until you speak to an Innkeeper.  


Display Date Range: Tue, 02/28/2023 - Wed, 05/31/2023

Outdoor Recreation Around Lancaster County

Hiking or biking through PA Dutch Country is one of the best things to do in Lancaster County.  Here are some relaxing and scenic natural places nearby.

Chickies Rock County Park

Green space with creeks, views from Chickies Rock, and remnants of old industrial structures.

880 Chickies Hill Rd, Columbia, PA 17512

(717) 299-8215
Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area

The Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area is 6,000-acres located in Lancaster and Lebanon counties, Pennsylvania. It is managed by the Pennsylvania Game Commission. The area lakes, seasonally, get up to 100,000 migrating snow geese.

100 Museum Rd, Stevens, PA 17578

(717) 733-1512
Money Rocks County Park

Great hike up to a gigantic rock overlooking the valley.

936 Narvon Rd, Narvon, PA 17555

(717) 299-8000
Refreshing Mountain Retreat & Adventure Center

Ziplining and trails to explore; the place to be outdoors.

455 Camp Rd, Stevens, PA 17578

(717) 738-1490
Welsh Mountain Nature Preserve

Marked trails highlight this preserve. Be sure to visit in the spring and fall. The colors are beautiful.

835 Gault Rd, East Earl, PA 17519

(717) 392-7891
Cherry Crest Adventure Farm

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm is the perfect place to take your whole family, and find fun for everyone. Located in the heart of Dutch Country, this unique farm has over sixty attractions. There are over twenty-five acres covered, in activities and games to explore. The farm has been running for almost twenty-three years, and is a family-owned, and operated business. They are open all during the spring, summer and fall months, closed during the winter. One of the most unique things about the Cherry Crest Adventure Farm is, not only do they have acres of fun, but they also have over three hundred acres of different food crops and orchards. These acres are all completely solar-powered and operated!

Cherry Crest Adventure Farm holds many fun and exciting events. These include country pig races, butter-making demonstrations, wagon rides, a hay chute, apple blasters, a giant sling, a petting zoo, cabin building, and rope making. During select months of the year, other activities are also available. During the early summer months, visitors can play with chicks in the baby chick hatchery, participate in the straw bale hoist, and tractor pull.
Throughout the summer additional activities open up such as: the bucking bronco, the feed mill, the corn maze, and the corn barn. Fall brings the flashlight maze, haunted maze, and duck races. In fall one of the farm's biggest trademarks, their apple cider donuts become available. These homemade donuts have been passed down over the years, and guests come from near and far to eat them while they can. The farm also offers other foods in their Home Cookin' Cafe, and Maizie's Dairy Barn, so come hungry.

While visiting don't forget to visit the schoolhouse sweet shop, and the general store to bring home some old farm-style souvenirs. Visitors can also participate in gem mining, and take their gems home. The Cherry Crest Adventure Farm is open 10 am - 5 pm Monday through Friday, and 10 am - 10 pm on Saturdays, closed Sunday.