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Autumn Adventures Friday, Saturday and Sunday September 26th, 27th and 28th

Feet in the Street Art Show in Historic Downtown Columbia.  Friday Fun along the River includes street chalk drawings, dancing, music, delicious food, and easy transportation to the fun make this event a must-see. 

Again in Columbia on the 27th, a Ghost Festival. Legend of the Apple eating Ape comes alive in the “Albatwitch” Festival. Lots of baked goods, entertainment, ghost lectures continue this beautiful fall weekend of fun. Check out the website for the folklore of the hills surrounding this Susquehanna River community.    http://www.albatwitchfestival.com/

“Special Sunday Event” Bluegrass Dinner & Show   Great event featuring Farm-to-Fork Dinner in a spacious green space beautiful barn. Tickets are $25.00.   Stay two nights, go to the Festival, and we’ll treat you to free entrance.   Your innkeepers plan to join the fun and go along. www.countrybarnmarket.com

September 26th-28th  This festival, held in Strasburg at the Railroad Museum, shows the technology, art, and inventions of the Victorian Era and Industrial Revolution.  www.strasburgrailroad.com                                                                                                

Welcome to the Churchtown Inn Bed & Breakfast

Innkeepers Jim and Chris Farr invite you to their lovingly restored 18th-century fieldstone mansion for an unforgettable bed and breakfast experience in the heart of Pennsylvania’s Dutch Country. Listed on the National Register of Historic places, this handsome fieldstone mansion is located on Churchtown’s quiet Main Street among school houses, churches, Colonial cemeteries, and genial neighbors. Picturesque rolling hills and farmlands, the sounds of horse-drawn Amish buggies, and the scents of surrounding farm country impart a serene sensory experience for a perfect getaway in Lancaster County, PA. Come to the Inn for a little bit of romance or relaxation, take part in one of our Murder Mystery Weekends or other special events, or simply come to explore the area’s activities and learn more about our Country’s history in nearby Philadelphia and historic locations. [Read More...]

Nine unique guestrooms offer historic charm with modern-day amenities, large, cozy beds with luxurious linens and Lancaster County Amish quilts. Each immaculate room boasts a private bath, antique furnishings, air-conditioning, televisions, and some have fireplaces for the colder seasons. Cottages are also available for a more private retreat, and dogs are welcome in both.The scent of freshly brewed coffee beckons guests to the glass-enclosed garden room for an award-winning four-course breakfast each morning and to enjoy views of the mature gardens, the murmur of the waterfall pond, sweeping views of the Amish and Mennonite farmlands, and chatting with the other guests. After breakfast, take a walk through the gardens where a bubbling three-tiered water feature invites you to sit and enjoy watching the variety of local and migratory birds that frequent the grounds. Or take your coffee to the front patio and relax while watching the town awaken. For dinner, you may choose to dine at the home of our Amish friends, or you can opt for one of the many area restaurants. Feel free to ask innkeepers Jim and Chris for the perfect option to meet your needs. Evenings at the inn can be spent in either of the two formal parlors, or curl up with a book in the inviting den which is warmed by a 1735 hearth fireplace. Refreshments, cookies and chocolates are always available for your enjoyment. The Churchtown Inn Bed & Breakfast offers the perfect combination of quintessential Dutch Country location, comfortable accommodations, delectable breakfast, and spectacular grounds. The gracious hospitality of innkeepers Jim and Chris Farr reflects both their love of the inn and their comprehensive knowledge of the many delights throughout the region. Their home is your home, and they hope you come home soon!
Innkeeper’s Corner: This year marks the ninth year we’ve been innkeepers here at the Churchtown Inn.  While we’ve made many changes to make it feel like us, we thought for a long time the Inn’s website was welcoming and easy to use.   However, it did not really convey the full beauty of the Inn and countryside.  This new website has brought us into the twenty-first century and well will be keeping everyone informed as to what wonderful things are happening here in Lancaster County and the Churchtown area.