Amish Farm Stay

Historic Acres Lodge


  • central Lancaster County
  • sleeps 9
  • Air conditioning
  • Jacuzzi tub
  • large deck & back yard
  • canoe, picnic table, BBQ, fire pit

Enjoy a quiet & peaceful Lancaster County getaway in our historic farmhouse located within a 10 minute drive to Sight & Sound Theater, Strasburg Rail Road, Bird in Hand, Kitchen Kettle Village in Intercourse, Dutch Wonderland, the Outlet Stores, etc. You’ll love the rural setting & spacious grounds of this family-friendly vacation home bordering the Pequea Creek. Visit & feed hay to our ponies in the meadow. Outdoor amenities include a large deck with BBQ, fire-pit, picnic table and a canoe.

gas fireplace

This Amish owned lodging doesn’t have TV or Wifi. Depending on your phone carrier & plan, you shouldn’t have any problem getting cell phone service & internet on your phone. It may be possible to funnel the internet from your phone to your laptop using a “personal hotspot” (during a recent stay here, there was a strong enough 4G signal that it was possible to stream Netflix on a laptop in this way).

  • Private guesthouse; you will be the only lodgers.
  • Not a farm property.
  • Amish host family lives down the lane on their farmette. They will be available to answer any questions you may have.
  • Full kitchen, sitting room, sleeps 9 in 4 bedrooms, 1.5 baths
  • Guesthouse has AC, no TV or Wifi (see above)
  • $175 per/night for 2 people, $15 each additional (age 2 & under free)
  • 2 night minimum stay
  • tax, cleaning fee & booking fees not included in above rates
  • Please click here to check availability & book online.

Pennsylvania Dutch barn

If you have any questions, please send us a message via our contact form. We will normally respond to your request within 24 hours. If the lodging you’re interested in is already booked, we will suggest some other possibilities for you to consider. Our Amish Bed and Breakfast tends to get booked up months in advance so consider making your reservation early!

Reviews from a few of our first guests:

February 2022
The home is lovely and the hosts were very gracious.

February 2022
We had a fantastic time staying at this home. More than enough space for my wife and I. The home owners stopped by and brought us fresh donuts and a jar of home made canned peaches that were fantastic. We are already making plans to rerun for another long weekend.

February 2022
My husband and I had a lovely stay here! The house is very charming and comfortable – way more than we needed for two people. We especially enjoyed relaxing in the large bath and hanging out around the fire pit, which kept us toasty warm. (I called and asked about firewood and the hosts made sure to provide it, which was so nice.) Katie and Ivan were very welcoming and even shared a jar of their canned peaches and some fresh baked donuts with us! Katie was very responsive by phone, called to check in on us, and came by to welcome us. No wifi but we did have cell service. It was about 20 minutes from Lancaster and we loved spending time in town, too. Thanks so much for hosting!

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Historic Acres Lodge
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 1 reviews
 by Carol
June 2022
Review title: Stay at Historic Acres
Stayed At: Historic Acres Lodge

There were 8 of us ladies staying in this beautiful Amish home for 2 nights. Oh how we all wanted to stay longer! If you are looking for a totally private home, close to everything (Sight & Sound, Intercourse shopping, outlet shopping, Rt 30, etc) with so much history, beauty, conveniences, and warmth, this is your place! We went to their family butcher and had ribeye steaks cut fresh and cooked out on the gorgeous back deck. We enjoyed a campfire in the totally secluded wooded back yard down by the creek in the evening, lots of laughter, and felt safe, and right at home! We are booking this same place for next year and everyone of us is looking forward to staying here again! I’m so happy we discovered this gem!