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Historic Smithton Inn
900 West Main Street
Ephrata PA, 17522
Local call: 717-733-6094
Toll free: 1-877-755-4590

Dorothy Graybill

www.historicsmithtoninn.com
smithtoninn@dejazzd.com


Twelve miles north of Lancaster is an inn that stands apart from all other inns in the Pennsylvania Dutch country; the Historic Smithton Inn has been open for 237 years. The location is about sixty miles west of Philadelphia. Innkeeper Dorothy Graybill is Pennsylvania Dutch, and was born just one mile from the inn. The inn is built of stone, is surrounded by flowers, and stands on a hill overlooking the Ephrata Cloister, a Protestant monastery, which is now a museum dating from 1723. Oil lamps are lighted in the windows at dusk. The first floor has a Great Room, a library to the right, and a room where breakfast is served, to the left. These rooms all have fireplaces that are used from November to April, weather permitting.All rooms can be candle lighted. Guest rooms are picturesque and provide a romantic s

  • Setting:      Town
  • Rooms :     8
  • Cottages :  0
  • Rates:        $85 -175
  • Jacuzzis:     3
  • Fireplaces: 8
  • Children:    Yes
  • Off street parking
  • Full breakfast
  • Feather bed by request
  • Amish dinner by request

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