We Welcome You to Stay With Us

A perfect day in Lancaster County – and the perfect lodging place at the end of it. A spotless room with clean, crisp sheets. When your head hits the pillow, you drift off knowing you’ll be rested and ready for tomorrow’s adventure.

If you’re looking for places to stay in Lancaster County, we invite you to experience our deep-rooted tradition of hospitality. The Smucker family has welcomed visitors to the historic village of Bird-in-Hand in the heart of the region’s Amish farmlands for generations. Today, our properties put you in the perfect location to enjoy all of the shopping, sightseeing, dining and entertainment that the region has to offer. For example, all of our lodging properties are near Sight & Sound Theatres, Dutch Wonderland, American Music Theater, Rockvale Outlets, Tanger Outlets, and much more!


A Stay Like No Other

When it comes to lodging in Amish Country, you have many choices. Whether you are looking for hotels in Lancaster County for an overnight visit, an intimate weekend get-away for two or a memorable family vacation with activities for the kids, one of our properties will meet your needs. From hayrides and free ice cream socials with the Smucker family, to conversations with our neighbors about Amish history and beliefs, our Guests enjoy exclusive events they’ll treasure forever. Every stay at any of our properties includes a complimentary two-hour tour of scenic back roads and Amish farmlands. So reserve your place with us today – and remember to ask about our seasonal specials and VIP program. Find out for yourself why so many of our Guests become friends who return year after year.


Learn More about the Bird-in-Hand Family of Properties

“We’ve stayed at the Family Inn, Traveler’s Rest, Amish Country… they all have the Smucker’s handprint. The business is owned by family, and they treat everybody as family. They have wonderful staff, who can handle everything and make you feel like you’re staying with your mother, offering you cookies and coffee. Before people leave, I hear them making their next reservation.”

— Greg Perrin, Brooklyn, NY