Enjoy a unique view of Bird-in-Hand
Pull aside the lace curtains and take in the view. Listen to the hoofbeats as Amish buggies pass on the street below. This is the Lancaster County you came to enjoy — and you can see it from the Witmer room on the second floor of our original Inn, overlooking Old Philadelphia Pike, which was part of the main route between Philadelphia and Lancaster City in the 18th century. The room is named for John Witmer, who acquired the property from Joseph Steer on May 13, 1768. After Witmer’s passing, his son sold the inn to George Bressler in 1775.
This beautifully decorated standard room features an en suite private bath and period furnishings, including a comfortable queen bed and a round table with two chairs, along with such up-to-date conveniences as an in-room refrigerator, flat-screen television and complimentary Wi-Fi.