A Lancaster PA Bed and Breakfast
The Amethyst Inn is a premier Lancaster PA Bed and Breakfast, located in Lancaster County Pennsylvania. Situated high on a hill with a magnificent view of historic Adamstown’s historic Main Street, the Amethyst Inn B&B is a massive, heavily veranda home built in the 1830s. A magnificent 9-foot intricately carved front door welcomes guest into Victorian splendor and warm hospitality. All rooms feature period antique furnishings, private baths, two-person Jacuzzis and gas log fireplaces. We have three luxury rooms that also boast European-style steam showers or multi-jetted massage showers, as well as private balconies and patios. In addition to our guest rooms located in the inn, we have 2 charming vacation cottages available.
Explore our Lancaster PA Bed and Breakfast
Adamstown, PA has become the premier year-round antiques destination in the Northeast with over 3,000 antique dealers within a three-mile radius. Adamstown is 10 minutes from Reading, PA, the outlet capital of the world, which offers a vast assortment of top quality merchandise in addition to public museums, terrific jazz, a superb symphony and the new Sovereign Center. Lancaster, PA, 20 minutes to the southwest of Adamstown, boast a beautiful combination of history and progress including covered bridges, The Strasburg Railroad, The Sight and Sound Millennium Theater, hot air balloon rides, bicycle tours, hiking trails and championship golf courses.
What our guests have to say…
“We went for a weekend getaway to spend time in Amish country and to also go into Philadelphia for a day. The Amethyst Inn was the perfect place to stay for our getaway. We stayed in the Amber Room which had a private bath with Jacuzzi & was on the first floor. The Innkeepers were welcoming, friendly, flexible and accommodating in every way. The rooms were clean and spacious. They made a delicious breakfast. They also were able to give us some recommendations as to some of their favorite places to shop and where to spend the day. We highly recommend this little gem of an inn.“